MOULTRIE — A Willie J. Williams Middle School student reported someone tried to run him over at his bus stop Tuesday morning.

A Colquitt County sheriff’s deputy was called to the school about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday about an incident that took place at Haven Hills Estates on Highway 319 North in Norman Park. The deputy met with the school resource officer who took the deputy to meet with the 14-year-old boy.

The boy stated he and two other students were walking to the bus stop at the front of the mobile home park when a Pontiac GT crossed over the middle line. It appeared the car, driven by a black male, was trying to run them over, and the boy jumped out of the way and avoided being struck. He said the car brushed his leg, but he was not injured.

One of the other students stated a while male passenger was teasing them and asked if they wanted any biscuits. The car then turned down another road at the park. It was described as a gray Pontiac GT with a rear spoiler and dark tinted windows.


Moultrie Police

• Adam Rivera, 30, of 724 Mobile Ave. in Albany, was charged Tuesday with driving away without paying for gasoline.

• A juvenile girl was charged Wednesday with giving false information to an officer.

Colquitt County S.O.

• Tapley Fennon Newton, 67, of 436 David Newton Road in Norman Park, was charged Tuesday with driving without a license.

• Fidel Cervantes Sepulveda, 26, of 482 Rays Mill Pond Road in Ray City, was charged Tuesday with stalking (family violence) and disorderly conduct.

Other Incidents

Moultrie Police

• Emma Lee, of Second Avenue Southwest, reported a thief damaged her air conditioning unit and stole the copper from inside Tuesday.

• Andrew Dow, of South Main Street, reported someone made a bomb using a plastic bottle with aluminum foil inside and put it in his mailbox between Sunday and 10:52 a.m. Tuesday. Damage was estimated at about $50.

• Marshall Jenkins reported a thief stole an air conditioning unit from his house on West Central Avenue Tuesday. The value of the stolen air conditioner was $3,800.

• An attendant at Express Lane on North Main Street reported a thief pumped $40 in gasoline Tuesday and left without paying for it. The vehicle used was a gold Cadillac Catera, and officers were given its tag number.

• Annie Hall, of Third Avenue Northwest, reported a thief stole $500 cash Tuesday.

• Tyrone Roberts, of Sixth Avenue Northwest, reported a female relative stole his Samsung cell phone Tuesday. The value of the stolen cell phone was $110.

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