• Jhosimar Rodriguez Ceballos, 30, 217 Ridge Road, was charged Aug. 5 with simple battery (family violence).
• Clayton Ross Anderson, 37, 400 Theron Tillman Road, was charged Aug. 6 with gas drive-off (failure to pay) in connection with a July 28 incident.
• Gregory Hourston Lawson, 49, 1399 Moultrie-Lenox Road, Lenox, was charged Aug. 3 with simple battery (family violence).
• Everett Louis Smith, 51, 642 Dunn Road, was charged Aug. 5 with impeding traffic flow and driving on a suspended or revoked license.
• Jacob Kyle Dancy, 25, 362 C.O. Kennedy Road, was charged Aug. 4 with pedestrian under the influence.
• Sandra Cannon, 31, of Thomasville, was charged Aug. 1 with two counts of failure to appear.
• Gregory Hall, 58, 212 Nandina Drive, was charged July 29 with DUI, possession of a Schedule II drug and possession of methamphetamine.
• Kaitlyn Sheree Mote, 19, 5138 Stage Road, Meigs, was charged Aug. 7 with failure to appear.
• Coleman Charles Roberts, 19, 604 S. Green St., Doerun, was charged Aug. 7 with impeding traffic flow and driving without a license.
• James Acie Holt, 67, 225 Indian Lake Drive, Lot 35, was charged Aug. 7 with terroristic threats and acts. Holt is accused of threatening James Gibson with a knife.
• Rebekah Massey, 24, 175 Brandi Drive, was charged Aug. 7 with expired tag and misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
• Rhonda Lawson, 54, 1399 Moultrie-Lenox Road, Lenox, was charged Aug. 6 with manufacturing marijuana.
• Linda Macke, 40, of Moultrie, was charged with theft by taking Aug. 2. David Mikeal Reid, of Moultrie, told police he was at the Post Office getting money orders to pay his bills when Macke asked to use his cell phone. Somehow during the exchange, one of Reid’s money orders disappeared, and he thought Macke might have taken it.
Police located Macke, who had left the scene. She consented to a search, and police said the $550 money order was found in a notebook.
During the investigation, police said, they also found two glass pipes such as are used to smoke drugs. They were collected as evidence and turned over to a Drug Enforcement Team investigator.
• Lynda Wick, 43, of Albany, was charged Aug. 6 with shoplifting.
• Melisa Angelica Arviso, 40, of Camilla, was charged July 17 with theft by taking.
• Sandra Diane Walker, 36, 2210 Sumner Road, was charged Aug. 7 with theft by shoplifting. She’s accused of putting about $19 worth of items in her purse at Piggly Wiggly, First Avenue Southeast.
• Knyhaih Jarmal Zackery, 27, of Edison, Ga., was charged Aug. 7 with a stop sign violation and driving while license withdrawn.
• Christopher Daniel Bozeman, 27, 352 Rossman Dairy Road.
• Talmon Lamont Wilson, 43, 1330 Highway 319 North.
• Ktherius Johnson, 30, 1008 Elliot Brown St.
• Jody Lynn Van Houten, 51, 15071 Tallokas Road, two counts.
• Sidney Lee Baker, 28, 1790 Bay-Rockyford Road, Hartsfield.
• Janya Kashontay Williams, 17, 215 Church St., Ellenton.
• Ja’Naviean Keion Peterson, 17, 1201 Sixth Ave. N.W.
• Brandon Scott Garrett, 26, 170 Baypole School Road.
• Malijah Angelica Jackson, 20, 1800 Pine Circle.
• Sutton Systems, 184 S. Baker St., Ellenton, reported a forgery Aug. 6.
• Carol Spires, 200 block Minix Road, reported someone wrote a $65 check to Kim’s Nails, 10th Street Southeast, using a check that she threw away after closing the account more than two years ago.
• Vicki Nichols, 100 block Tallokas Road, reported Aug. 7 that someone had cashed a $300 check on her account that she had not written. She said the check was cashed Aug. 2 but she wasn’t aware of it until her bank notified her that she was overdrawn. Nichols said three more checks are missing from her checkbook.
• Country Corner, 1221 Highway 133 S., reported a counterfeit bill Aug. 6.
• Chester’s Fried Chicken, 1604 Camilla Highway, reported Aug. 5 a counterfeit $100 bill passed the previous day.
• Rayon Supermarket, 1301 First Ave. S.E., reported a counterfeit bill Aug. 6.
• Darren Bryant, 200 block Bay Road, told deputies someone took his boat, motor and trailer from his barn Aug. 3. Two witnesses said they saw it being towed toward Doerun on Highway 133 in the area of Weeks Auction Co. Altogether the items were valued at $8,000.
• Two heavy duty batteries and a regular car battery were taken from vehicles parked behind the Southwest Georgia Community Action Council, 912 First Ave. S.E. An agency representative reported the theft Aug. 2 when it was discovered; he told the officer the batteries were dead during a training session the previous Friday and he noticed them missing when he went to replace them that morning.
• Maria Guadalupa Luna, of Bay Leaf Drive, reported a theft from her 2011 Chevrolet Equinox between 5 p.m. Aug. 6 and 10:30 a.m. Aug. 7.