MOULTRIE — The initial question was whether a sick child needed to go to the hospital. Five people are charged with disorderly conduct for the fight that followed.

Travis Centel Harris, 26, of 812 Northside Drive, Apt. 7; Latasha Lavette Suggs, 25, of 713 26th Ave. S.E., Apt. E; Craig Lee Adams Jr., 20, Johnathan Leon Adams, 18, and Linda Gail Smith, 50, all of 827 Northside Drive, Apt. 3; were each charged with disorderly conduct Wednesday evening.

Police reports said officers were called to Shy Manor Apartments on Northside Drive about 7:15 p.m. Wednesday about a fight. When they arrived, officers spoke with Harris, who had a bloody mouth, scratches on his neck, face and back, and a bite wound to his left tricep.

Harris told officers Craig and Johnathan Adams thought the child should be taken to the hospital, but Harris disagreed, and an argument and fight broke out among the three men.

Suggs and Smith attempted to break up the fight, but reports said they got into a fight with each other. Smith had scratch marks on her chest, neck and face and smeared blood also on her face.

Reports said all five were placed under arrest and taken to Colquitt County Jail. They were all booked into the jail on the charges against them, and photographs were taken of Harris’ and Smith’s injuries.

The police report did not identify the child or say whether he or she ever went to the hospital.



Arrests:

• A 15-year-old boy was charged Wednesday with truancy.

• A 15-year-old boy was charged Wednesday with disorderly conduct and being an unruly child.

• Sammy Hill, 34, of 316 Fifth St. N.W., was charged Wednesday with obstruction and probation violation.

• Jeremiah Mackenzie Brooks, 19, of 1000 Highland Blvd., was charged Wednesday with criminal trespassing.

• Teresa Ann Smith, 27, of 24 Fifth St. N.E., was charged Wednesday with possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute.

• Carlos Juan Gonzalez, 18, of 715 Sardis Church Road, was charged Wednesday with speeding and driving without a license.

• Donald Winford Moxley, 30, of 613 Highway 133 S., was charged Wednesday with two counts of deposit account fraud.

• Oren Johnny Workman, 39, of 1409 E. Hutchinson Drive, was charged Wednesday with theft by taking.



Other Incidents

• Carolyn Vance, of 10th Avenue Southeast, reported an unknown person stole her and her daughter’s purse, containing each woman’s driver’s licenses, insurance cards, a checkbook, a Social Security card and other paperwork, and a Sony CD player from her unlocked Cadillac Thursday. The total value of the stolen items was $120.

• Isaias Cruz, of First Avenue Southeast, reported an unknown person stole his wallet, containing $350 cash and his driver’s license, from inside his residence Tuesday. The total value of the stolen items was $360. Cruz provided officers with the name of a male acquaintance he suspects stole the wallet.

• Mairet Gonzalez, of Sixth Avenue Southeast, reported an unknown person broke out a bedroom window and stole three gold rings, a Citizen’s watch and a silver watch Wednesday. The total value of the stolen items was approximately $320.

• Samuel De Dios and Henry Perez, of Third Street Southeast, reported an unknown person tore a $50 bill in half when he attempted to steal it Saturday. After tearing the bill, the unknown person pulled a gun and shot at two windows of the residence. No one was injured in the robbery, but total damage to the windows was unknown at the time of report.

• Pamela Burch, of B.F. Giles Road, reported a male acquaintance stole a Sony PlayStation 2 and 20 to 25 PlayStation games from her residence after borrowing her car between 2:30 p.m. and 7:14 p.m. Wednesday. The acquaintance had left the car on Fourth Avenue Northeast after running out of gas and used Burch’s house key to enter her residence. The total value of the stolen items was unknown at the time of report.

• Ricky Hartley, of Timely Trail Road, reported an unknown person stole a Motor Guide boat motor from his boat while it was in a nearby pond between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Tuesday. The value of the stolen motor was $139.

• Ray Horne reported an unknown person stole a Glock .40-caliber handgun from his unlocked Dodge Ram while it was parked at Bivins Automotive and Paint Shop on Tyson Street Wednesday. The value of the stolen handgun was $500.

• Shanna Bennett, of 10th Street Southwest, reported an unknown person stole a Sony PlayStation, a Vivicam digital camera, a Nintendo Game Boy and $22 cash from her bedroom between 7:20 a.m. and 4 p.m. Wednesday. The total value of the stolen items was $372.

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