A man and woman who reportedly spent several days shooting methamphetamine at a Moultrie motel were arrested after the woman called 911 to report a suspected overdose.

Tiffany Marie Griffin of Hartsfield called 911 at about 12:21 a.m. Saturday to report that her boyfriend, Marcus Woodrow Rogers, was unresponsive and appeared to be coming in and out of consciousness. She reported that Rogers recently had learned to make the drug and they had been using it in a room at Town Terrace Motel, 600 S. Main St., for four or five days without sleeping.

When officers arrived, Moultrie Police Department reports said, Griffin told them that she had flushed the remaining meth down the toilet before they got there.

Inside the room, police said, officers found a glass jar with a spoon in it as well as a tourniquet used in the injection of methamphetamine. Officers found pieces of suspected meth on the floor of the room and suspected marijuana and wadded up cash in a garbage can outside the room.

Emergency Medical Service personnel checked Rogers and determined that he was under the influence of drugs but would be all right, police said.

Griffin, 24, 5322 Ga. Hwy. 111, and Rogers, 25, of Moultrie were each charged with possession of methamphetamine, said Moultrie-Colquitt County Drug Enforcement Team Cmdr. Steve Exum.

In other arrests:

• Charles Marquis Toomer, 19, 15 Sixth St. N.W., was charged Friday with criminal attempt to commit burglary.

The Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office and Moultrie police are investigating Toomer as a possible suspect in several other recent burglaries.

Toomer was arrested Friday morning at a 2312 Fifth St. S.E. residence after police received a report of a suspicious person and allegedly found him in the act of committing a burglary, police reports said.

A check of nearby houses revealed that the air conditioning unit at 2404 Fifth St. S.E. had been damaged and copper parts missing, police said.

• Argenis Contreiras, 20, 317 10th St. S.E., was charged Friday with discharging a firearm in city limit.

When an officer went to Contreiras’’ residence, police said, he told the officer he had fired a shot from a recently purchased .22-caliber rifle into the air. He reported that the gun had a round stuck in the chamber and he wanted to clear it but was unsure how the rifle worked.

• Derrick Deval Anderson, 35, 528 27th St. S.E., Apt. 2, was charged Friday with probation violation and duty to obey officer.

• Brittany Nicole Davis, 22, 5099 Grinerville Road, Quitman, was charged Monday with contempt of court.

• Demetrius Nelson Smith, 20, 835 Shy Manor Drive Apt. 21, was charged Friday with probation violation.

• Rita Charlene Rodriguez, 35, 789 Jonah Tillman Road, was charged Friday with contempt of court.

• Kimberly Clark Burkes, 48, 87 Donald St., Pavo, was charged Saturday with simple battery.

• Lerenzo Vondell Banks, 31, 202 Minnesota Road, Doerun, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence, open container violation and no license plate.

• Rafael Jervon Brown, 30, 214 Fourth St. S.W., was charged Sunday with public drunk.

• Willie Frank Lewis Jr. 28, 1211 11th Ave. N.W., was charged Friday with speeding in a school zone and driving with a suspended license.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Corey Blake Campbell, 23, 793 Sardis Church Road, was charged Friday with probation violation.

• Stephanie Melody Crado, 17, 699 Sardis Church Road, was charged Friday with open container violation and possession of alcohol by a minor.

• Michael Lanier Morey, 51, 1628 Norwick St., Brunswick, was charged Saturday with probation violation.

• Rita Charlene Rodriguez, 35, 799 Jonah Tillman Road, was charged Friday with two counts of probation violation and failure to appear.

• Elvis Oswaldo Garcia, 30, 504 Rossman Dairy Road, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence, failure to drive within a single lane, open container violation and driving with expired license.

• Cruz Aguila Marquez, 39, 169 Quail Ridge Road, was charged Saturday with driving without a license.

• Ramiro Romero Martinez, 40, 178 Lisa Lane, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence, failure to maintain lane and driving without a license.

• Mickey Lynn McCoy, 49, 180 Trailer Park Road Lot 12, was charged Sunday with open container violation.

• Gregory Williams, 51, 182 Liberty Hill Road, Doerun, was charged Friday with driving under the influence.


Doerun Police Department

• Patricia Lorene Newberry, 45, 831 Hagin Still Road, Doerun, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence, failure to drive within a single lane and open container violation.

Norman Park Police Department

• Kendra Nicole Simpson, 36, 22 Pine Valley Circle S.W., as charged Friday with probation violation.


Moultrie Police Department

• Brandy Williams, Moultrie, reported Monday that a male acquaintance threw something at her arm during an argument.

Williams went to the work after the incident, police said, but later went to Colquitt Regional Medical Center for treatment after she began having swelling in the elbow and was unable to move her arm.

Williams refused to provide any information on the offender, police said.

• Kimberly Townsend, 1200 block Elliot Brown Street, reported Saturday that a male acquaintance pushed her mother, Mary Gamble, to the floor as Townsend and the men were involved in an argument.


Moultrie Police Department

• Danny Singley, 200 block Tallokas Road, reported Sept. 11 the theft of jewelry and a gun during a burglary at his residence.

Singley told police that a small window on the back door was broken and the door had been forced open.

• Lonnie Anderson, 200 block Second Avenue Southeast, reported Sept. 11 the theft of a watch and two cell telephones with a total value of $80.

• Aaron’s, 355 Veterans Parkway S., reported Friday that a customer had pawned rented property valued at $2,374.

• Mary Shefield, Moultrie, reported Friday that a female acquaintance stole a blank check and forged it for $275.

• Bishop’s store, 402 Fourth Ave. S.E., reported Friday that a woman cashed a check for $2,623 on June 22 and the check was returned as being on a nonexistent account.

• Howard Hembury, Richmond, Va., reported Friday the theft of five Ralph Lauren polo shirts, a baseball cap and a Hebrew Bible with a total value of $535.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Giovanni Martin, 600 block Sardis Church Road, reported Saturday that a woman kicked open the door of the residence and took his brother’s microwave oven that was valued at $50.

• Jesse James Smith, 400 block Dunn Road, reported Friday the theft of a tag off a Ford F-150 pickup truck.

• Maranda Weathers, 1000 block Georgia Highway 33 South, reported Saturday the theft of a diamond engagement ring and silver herringbone necklace with a total value of $3,300.

• Helen Ary, 100 block Carlton Hill, reported Sunday the theft of a Vizio flat screen television valued at $300.

Ary told the officer that she noticed a broken window on Thursday but did not realize the television was missing until later.

Damage to property

Moultrie Police Department

•  E-Z Wash Coin Laundry, 1006 W. Central Ave., reported Friday that change machines were damaged but no money was taken.

• Benjamin Peterson, Regency Village Drive, reported Friday that a 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck was damaged.

• John Boatwright, Norman Park, reported Saturday that a 2010 Lincoln Continental was damaged by another vehicle while parked in the 200 block of Fifth Street Northwest.

• Everett Smith, 900 block Seventh Street Northwest, reported Sunday that all four tires of a 2001 Infiniti were slashed.

Smith told police that before finding the damage he went outside to get something and noticed two acquaintances running away from his car.

• Joshua Cericola, Moultrie, reported that a driver braked hard in the 1200 block of West Central Avenue, causing him to strike the rear of the other with the front of his Jeep Cherokee, and then left the scene.

• Tina Swan, 600 block 12th Street Southeast, reported Monday that two male juveniles shot windows of her residence with BBs and fled on bicycles.

Officers later stopped one of the males and found BBs in his backpack. The juvenile, who told officers where he hid a BB gun was charged with criminal trespass and released to a guardian.

• Geraldine McNeil, 1000 block First Avenue Northwest, reported Monday that a 1993 Toyota Camry was scratched.

The car had key marks on the trunk, police said. McNeil told police that she recently had an argument with a male acquaintance and she suspects he damaged the car.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Clyde Willis, 1800 block Sylvester Highway, reported Sunday that several windows at the rear of Memorial Baptist Church were broken.


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