MOULTRIE, Ga. — Moultrie and Colquitt County law enforcement arrested four people on armed robbery charges Wednesday and Thursday, but it isn’t clear whether any of the arrests are related to each other. Two involve home invasions.
In addition, two more home invasions were reported to Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office Aug. 18.
• Moultrie police charged Donavan Harris, 22, of Moultrie, on Aug. 14 with possession of a firearm or knife while trying to commit a crime, aggravated assault, home invasion, armed robbery, possession of arms by a convicted felon and felony possession of marijuana.
• Deante Benard Whitaker, 22, 1424 Hutchinson Drive, was arrested by sheriff’s deputies Aug. 15 in connection with incidents the previous day. He was charged with four counts possession of a firearm or knife while trying to commit a crime, four counts aggravated assault, two counts home invasion and four counts armed robbery.
• Sheriff’s deputies charged Karley Summer Bozeman, 21, 818 Funston-Sale City Road, on Aug. 15 with armed robbery, being a party to a crime and conspiracy to commit a crime. The charges relate to an Aug. 10 incident.
• Deputies also charged Alexander Glen Pate, 23, 345 Patch Road, on Aug. 15 with conspiracy to commit a crime, aggravated battery and armed robbery in connection with an Aug. 10 incident.
Neither Moultrie police nor Colquitt County sheriff’s deputies have released incident reports that appear to relate to the incidents that led to those arrests.
The sheriff’s office did release incident reports for two home invasions on Sunday, but information on them was limited.
One occurred about 3:15 a.m. in the 600 block of Highway 133 North. The resident told the deputy his home was broken into, and a masked gunman forced him to walk into the wooded area near his residence.
The other took place about 11:45 p.m. on 30th Avenue Northeast. No other details were released.