MOULTRIE -- The following defendants were indicted by a Colquitt County Superior Court grand jury this month on felony charges:
Jonathan Kyle Jones, 20, Norman Park, serious injury by vehicle and misdemeanor reckless driving. Jones allegedly was driving the car that ran into a Moultrie police officer directing traffic Jan. 5, 2003, injuring the officer's leg, court records said.
Ricardo B. Bodiford, 18, 608 Third St. S.W.; Johtaveous D. Johnson, 18, same address; Cedric Lamar Gilbert, 28, 843 Shy Manor; and James Allen Slaughter, 21, 307 Seventh St. S.W., possession of marijuana with intent to distribute July 17, crossing guard lines with a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance by an inmate and unlawful use of a communication facility to facilitate a felony.
Jimmy Darrell Smith, 36, 148 Hyde Lane, aggravated battery, aggravated assault and family violence battery for allegedly beating Georgia Smith with a walking stick June 19. During the alleged beating, the victim's right hand was broken, court records said.
Parker Gary Giles, 24, Colquitt County, burglary. Giles is accused of illegally entering the dwelling of Anna Cannon, 3555 Doerun-Norman Park Road May 24.
James Lee Walker Jr., 24, Omega, burglary and theft by taking motor vehicle. Walker allegedly entered the dwelling of Carolyn Smith, 806 Ladson Road, May 11 and stole a 1998 Polaris four-wheeler.
Linda S. Kriegbaum, 25, 220 Fifth St. N.W., armed robbery, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, burglary, misdemeanor criminal attempt to commit prostitution and two counts possession of cocaine. On June 21, Kriegbaum allegedly robbed Jeff Tucker of his wallet with a snub-nosed revolver. On April 7, she allegedly burglarized the dwelling of Juan Hernandez, 589 Circle Road, after allegedly offering prostitution.
Carey E. Spires Jr., 37, 5790 Highway 319 N., Crosland, four counts theft by taking and one count burglary. Spires allegedly stole 20 used radiators June 5 from David Sumner, allegedly burglarized a storage building containing automobile parts June 7 belonging to Jerry Booth, 4266 Ga. Highway 319, Norman Park, and allegedly stole aluminum wheels from Bivins Auto and tools from Bryan Bynum June 9.
Jason Wayne Nichols, 34, 353 Horne St., Norman Park, interference with government property for allegedly damaging the rear driver's side window of a patrol car Aug. 18 and misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
Jamie J. Stamper, 19, East College Circle, Doerun, criminal damage to property in the second degree, aggravated assault, theft by receiving stolen property and misdemeanor possession of a pistol without a license. Stamper allegedly assaulted Kimble Daniels Aug. 7 with a .45 caliber handgun, property of Jason Dupree. On May 9, Stamper allegedly broke furniture and dishes, turned over a refrigerator and cut up bedding at Daniels' home, court records said.
Zachary Jess McMullen, 24, Sardis Church Road, possession of a vehicle with altered identification Aug. 3 and misdemeanor use of license plate to misrepresent identity of vehicle.
Derrick McBride, 20, 227 First Ave. S.W., burglary. McBride allegedly burglarized the dwelling of Florence Sellers, 731 E. Sumner Road.
Bonifasio Hernandez, 27, 4582 Old Adel Road, first degree arson. Hernandez allegedly burned down the mobile home of Evelyn Naylor, 4582 Old Adel Road, June 4 when faced with eviction, reports said.
Francisco Ortega, 37, 153 Funston-Sale City Road, Funston, aggravated assault. On July 13, Ortega allegedly shot Eugenio Banchi Dimmers in the 100 block of Funston-Sale City Road.
Melvin Lee Wacaser, 34, 310 Ellenton-Reed Bingham Road, aggravated assault for allegedly shooting at Leonard Nelson twice with a handgun, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, misdemeanor battery for allegedly knocking down Gina Wacaser and possession of marijuana at 142 Miller Ave., Ellenton.
Melissa A. Clifton, 29, 6209 Old Adel Road, possession of methamphetamine May 27.
Teresa L. Nelson, 38, 223 Third St. N.W., possession of cocaine March 18.
Freddie Lee Clay, 47, 304 Fifth St. S.E., three counts of sale of cocaine. Clay allegedly sold cocaine to an undercover agent at 901 1/2 Ninth Ave. S.E. March 26, April 4 and April 6, court documents said.
Cedric Lamar Gilbert, 28, Moultrie, five counts of cocaine charges. Gilbert allegedly sold cocaine Dec. 12 on Fourth Street Northwest. He allegedly sold and possessed cocaine with intent to distribute March 18 in the 200 block of Fourth Street Northwest. On March 30, he allegedly sold cocaine at Ashburn Apartments, Fifth Street Southwest. On April 2, he allegedly sold cocaine again in the 200 block of Fourth Street Northwest, court records said.
Ellis Lee Williams, 418 10th Ave. N.W., cocaine possession, cocaine sale, obstruction of a law enforcement officer and recidivist. Williams was convicted of two drug offenses in 1996, court records said.
Kenneth B. Enoch, 38, 513 Ga. Highway 335, sale of cocaine allegedly to an undercover officer May 20 at Fourth Avenue and Third Street Northwest.
Cedric D. Roberts, 25, 1640 Old Doerun Road, two counts sale of cocaine allegedly June 15 and 23 in the parking lot of Mama's Kitchen restaurant on West Central Avenue.
Marcione D. Thomas, 26, 10 Fifth St. N.W., sale of cocaine April 10 and cocaine possession with intent to distribute May 29, both on Fourth Street Northwest.
This Week's Circulars
Elaine Waid Jones, 89, of Moultrie, passed away Monday, September 20, 2021. Cobb Funeral Chapel has been entrusted with arrangements. Please sign the online guestbook at www.cobbfuneralchapel.com.
David Wayne McMillan, 70, of Adel, died Friday, September 17, 2021, at Southwell Health and Rehab in Adel. Arrangements have been entrusted to Baker Funeral Home.
Rebecca Marie Jimenez Rychener, 72, of Moultrie, passed away Wednesday, September 15, 2021, at Tifton Regional Medical Center. Arrangements have been entrusted to Baker Funeral Home.
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