Three girls were charged in a Tuesday morning attack of a 14-year-old girl who was assaulted at Colquitt County High.
School officials reported the three hit their victim with their fists in the incident at about 8:30 a.m. in a classroom. The 14-year-old victim had a bloody nose and blood on her wrist, Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office reports said.
The accused assailants, ages 16, 14 and 12, were each charged with battery and disrupting a public school and released to their parents.
In other arrests:
• Tyler Edward Sellers, 27, 383 Doc Lindsay Road, Norman Park was charged Wednesday with probation violation.
• Ashley Auden Dean, 36, 490 Livingston Bridge Road, Adel, was charged Wednesday with probation violation.
• Gary Olajuwon Lambright, 28, 606 E. College Ave., Doerun, was charged Wednesday with possession of marijuana and seat belt violation.
• Freddie Durden, 100 block Hawthorne Drive, reported Wednesday that a male relative assaulted him.
A deputy who responded to Colquitt Regional Medical Center was told that Durden had been under observation and appeared to be severely intoxicated.
He told the officer that the relative had assaulted him over a roughly two-hour period before he could escape and run from the house. He reported that the man punched him in the face and ribs, choked him and beat him between about 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Hospital officials told police that Durden had no detectable injuries. The deputy went to the relative’s residence but he was not there. The officer told Durden that he could seek to prosecute through Colquitt County Magistrate Court.
• Deadrolo Rolle, 3011 Sylvester Drive, reported Wednesday the theft of a battery valued at $128 out of a car.
Bessie Hood, 100 block Colquitt Street, Ellenton, reported Wednesday that theft of five bottles of medicine, four prescription medications and a bottle of Aspirin.
• Georgia Giddens, 600 block First Street Northwest, reported Wednesday the theft of three bottles of prescription medication.
• James Avery, 1200 block Cook Road, reported Wednesday that the front passenger tire was slashed on a 1998 GMC Sierra cab pickup truck in the 1900 block of Old Berlin Road.
Avery told police that an Apple cell telephone also had gone missing lately and that an acquaintance of his daughter told his wife that he was going to slash the tires on a work truck.
• Vanessa Thomas, Moultrie, reported Wednesday that someone broke into the residence of her granddaughter, Takiya Williams and appeared to be sleeping.
Thomas told police that she discovered that someone had entered the residence through two windows that had been damaged. Furniture also had been moved and there were cigarettes on the floor, and she found a pair of shoes and keys that do not belong to Williams. Nothing appeared to be missing.
Damage to the windows was less than $500, police said.