Moultrie Observer


July 9, 2013

Alcohol, drugs among charges filed

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Berlin Police

• Larry Edward Hadley, 904 E. Barton St., Quitman, was charged with fleeing or attempting to elude an officer, driving under the influence, open container in vehicle, improper turn or U turn, littering or dumping and failure to drive within a single lane.

• Michael Carnell Davis, 1063 McAllister Road, Barney, was charged Saturday with obstruction of a law enforcement officer and disorderly conduct.

Doerun Police

• Alvin James Walker, 32, 416 W. Bay Ave., Doerun, was charged Wednesday with driving while license withdrawn, no insurance and brake lights required.

Norman Park Police

• Ladow Horace Weaver, 48, 3370 Doerun-Norman Park Road, was charged Friday with public drunkenness, disorderly conduct and open container.

• Christina Maria  Snyder, 42, 3370 Doerun-Norman Park Road, was charged Friday with driving under the influence and open container in vehicle.

• Shannon Jeanette Bennett, 43, 2208 Ellerta Road Lot 14-B, Warner Robins, was charged Sunday with speeding (106 miles per hour in a 45 zone), reckless driving and probation violation.

State Patrol

• Jabrille M. Blackshear, 25, 81 Palmer St., Camilla, was charged Thursday with possession of marijuana.

• Casey Dale Partain, 20, 1806 Overlook Drive, was charged Thursday with driving while unlicensed, obstructing or hindering law enforcement and speeding.

• Scott Fred Garrett, 44, 2915 E. Central Ave., was charged Thursday with driving with suspended license and seat belt violation.

• Jonathan Romero, 24, 1692 Ga. Hwy. 33 S., was charged Saturday with driving under the influence, open container in vehicle, failure to drive within a single lane, failure to obey stop sign and obstruction of an officer.

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Carmen Pacina, left, and Sheila Maria Clements, right, were charged with reckless conduct Tuesday after a child left in their care was found in a van with the windows rolled up.

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