Arrests

Moultrie Police

• Aaron Bailey Dunn, 20, 227 Woodmen Road, was charged Tuesday with disorderly conduct.

• Jeremy Donaldson, 28, 404 Seventh Ave. S.W., Apt 4, was charged Wednesday with defective equipment, expired tag and driving without a license.

Sheriff’s Office

• Pamela Lynn Medina, 56, 185 Dean Matthews Road was charged with disorderly conduct June 6.

• Hermina Cruz-Cruz, 46, 1335 Alton Road, Norman Park, was charged Wednesday with impeding traffic flow and driving without a license.

• Melissa Regina Griffin, 43, 3808 Highway 33 North, was charged June 3 on a bench warrant.

Probation violation

Doerun Police

• Jibreel Malik Curry, 27, Albany.

• Ny’quavus Shanorris Taylor, 19, Albany.

Sheriff’s Office

• Alfonzo Maurice Johnson, 29, 577 Edmonson Road.

Thefts

Moultrie Police

• Michael Gary Gunnells, of Moultrie, told police he was beaten about 9 p.m. Tuesday by two men on the trail behind the Best Little Store in Georgia, 600 block First Avenue Northwest. The men took his wallet, which contained $10, and his cell phone, of unknown value.

Gunnells declined medical treatment, and he told the officer he didn’t want to file a report.

• Dylon Reid Allegood, of Moultrie, reported a firearm valued at $125 was taken from his vehicle while it was parked at Colquitt Regional Medical Center, 3131 S. Main St., Tuesday evening.

• Jaimiy Smithwick, 1000 block Sixth Avenue Southeast, reported someone came to his residence shortly before 1 a.m. Monday and was caught on video. The man was startled by the motion-sensing light and ran away. Several minutes later, the man returned out of view of the camera and the sensor light. The video then shows him walking away from the residence, carrying a vacuum cleaner that had been on the porch.

The vacuum cleaner was valued at only $13 but Smithwick asked police to increase patrols of his neighborhood to discourage people from walking through his yard.

Sheriff’s Office

• Caleb Nowland, 200 block Lester Norman Road, Norman Park, told deputies Tuesday that someone damaged his mailbox. A pack of hair bows, valued at $20, that had come in the mail was missing.

• Tad May, 1900 block Cannon Road, reported that items were taken from a metal barn in the 1800 block of Cannon Road between June 1 and Monday. The deputy’s report did not identify the items or give their estimated value.

• Michael Johnson, 200 block Ruth Street, reported Tuesday that his Ford pickup truck had been entered three times this month. On one occasion, a gold bracelet was taken, but nothing was taken either of the other times.

Forgery

Sheriff’s Office

• Glenn Strickland, of the Golden Apple, reported Tuesday that someone had stolen 14 checks from his checkbook and had cashed 12 of them between March and now for a total of $10,225.31.

Fraud

Sheriff’s Office

• Sharon Dixon, of Hopewell Church Road, reported Tuesday that she had sent two Moneygrams totaling $2,350 to a person selling a dog online. She has not received the dog, and she cannot get in touch with the sellers.

Violence

Sheriff’s Office

• A juvenile was taken into custody after allegedly attacking Rock Bledsoe, 800 block Cool Springs Road, Norman Park. Because of his age, the juvenile was not identified in the deputy’s report, and the exact charges were not listed.

Moultrie Police

• Latedris Lashay Tatum, 700 block Seventh Street Northwest, told officers Wednesday that it sounded like someone shooting a gun outside her front door about 10 p.m. She said she believes it was a woman she’s had a conflict with in the past.

The responding officer found no shells from a gun, but he said there was evidence of fireworks.

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