MOULTRIE — A 17-year-old Moultrie girl was arrested after school officials reported to law enforcement that she had a knife at Colquitt County High campus on Tuesday.
Allison Leigh Allen, 1805 Third St. S.E., was charged with possession of a weapon at school.
The weapon in question was a pocket knife, Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office Inv. Chris Robinson said.
“For some reason, one of the administrators did a search on her,” Robinson said. “They just pretty much brought her in and searched her, for some reason, and they wanted to prosecute.”
Allen was detained for a short time and was released on her own recognizance.
In other arrests:
• Kathy Grace Martin, 55, 651 Newsome Road, was charged Tuesday with failure to appear.
• Anthony Lovel Davis, 23, 120 31st Ave. N.E., was charged Tuesday with failure to appear.
• Shirley Ann Trimble, 45, 2219 Sylvester Drive, was charged Tuesday with endangering a security interest.
• Ricardo Jermaine Scott, 32, 130 N. Pine Drive.
• Darren Lewis Wright, 47, 225 Church St., Ellenton.
• Pearl Brown, 3200 block Old Adel Road, reported Tuesday the theft of a Troy-Bilt push lawn mower valued at $100.
• Somesh Package, 205 Fifth St. S.E., reported Tuesday receiving a forged check in the amount of $500.
• Miyakia Lewis, 27, Moultrie, reported Tuesday that she was the victim of identify fraud.
• Doug Alligood reported Tuesday that a 2000 Dodge Ram was damaged while parked at Colquitt County High, 1800 Park Ave.
The truck had scratches and a window broken off on the driver’s side, sheriff’s reports said, and the panels behind the doors were kicked in on both sides.
• Dorothy Hart, Tallahassee, Fla., reported Tuesday damage totaling $900 in the 1000 block of 10th Avenue Southeast.