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• Alvin James Walker, 32, 416 W. Bay Ave., Doerun, was charged Wednesday with driving while license withdrawn, no insurance and brake lights required.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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Sandra Almond, foreground left, and Erica Zarate, foreground right, feed sheets into an ironer Thursday as dignitaries look on prior to the ribbon cutting ceremony at Georgia Linen Service. In remarks before the ribbon cutting, Colquitt Regional Medical Center CEO and President Jim Matney said Georgia Linen Service won't compete with any existing laundries in Moultrie because it serves only industrial clients; co-owner Mel Harrell echoed that statement and said the business doesn't process garments at all.

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