MOULTRIE -- Physical asssults, alleged sexual misconduct with minors involved and numerous reports of thefts kept Moultrie and Colquitt County lawmen busy over the holiday weekend.

One Moultrie resident reported being injured after a male acquaintance threw knives at him Saturday.

Anselmo Hernandez reported the incident to police after it took place at a residence on Magnolia Avenue between 6 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday.

Police reports said several people were at the residence, and Hernandez stated he was trying to eat. The male acquaintance picked up several knives and threw them at Hernandez, police reports stated.

The knives struck Hernandez in the right lower back, and reports said he had four or five small puncture wounds. It was unknown if he was taken to Colquitt Regional Medical Center for treatment of his injuries.

The stabbing was initially reported as happening at 11 p.m. Friday, but reports said the time was changed to Saturday morning. Hernandez was intoxicated at the time when police obtained his statement through an interpreter, police reports stated.

Hernandez was asked to complete a report with a Colquitt County sheriff's investigator Monday after he had sobered up, reports said.

In other investigations, three Moultrie residents reported their 15-year-old female relatives were molested by older men. Two of the residents complained of sexual activity between the girls and older men, and the last person complained her 15-year-old relative was inappropriately touched.

One woman reported Saturday her 15 year-old granddaughter had been seeing a 20 year-old man for several months, and reports said the two have been involved in sexual activity together. The woman said he had notified DFCS of the possible sexual activity between the two.

Another woman reported Saturday her 15-year-old daughter has a 19-year-old boyfriend, and reports said they had been involved in sexual activity despite the mother forbidding her daughter from seeing the 19-year-old. The mother has no evidence that the two continue to see each other, but her daughter had previously admitted to sexual activity with the 19 year-old, she told police.

A third woman reported her 15 year-old daughter had been inappropriately touched by a 35-year-old male acquaintance on several occasions. She stated she knows the man through their church, and he would take the 15-year-old several places, such as football games or shopping.

Police reports said the 35-year-old man has on at least three occasions inappropriately touched her in private areas, despite her expressing her displeasure to him.

Arrests:

- Tonya Collins, 26, of 601 Seventh St. S.W., was charged Sunday with theft by shoplifting.

- Courtney Rochelle Ranger, 18, of 115 Chafin Road in Norman Park, was charged Sunday with theft by shoplifting.

- Ronald Bryan Bentley, 43, of 1635 Bob Taylor Road, was charged Saturday with possession of cocaine.

- Arthur Lee Robinson, 57, of 820 Joe Louis Ave., was charged Saturday with DUI.

- Beatriz Mena, 42, of 1213 Third St. S.E., was charged Saturday with DUI.

- Russell Manning Flowers, 23, of 1789 Funston Doerun Road in Doerun, was charged Thursday with DUI (second offense), reckless driving and two counts of running a red light.

- Juan Dominguez, 20, of 932 Summerlin Road, was charged Thursday with driving without a license.

- Tabitha Flournoy, 26, of 1326 West Central Ave., was charged Thursday with theft of services.

- Gilberto Gomez Lopez, 29, of Cherry Road in Unadilla, was charged Saturday with driving the wrong way on a one way street, driving without a license, no proof of insurance and driving with an improper tag.

- Christopher Shane Portain, 17, of Indian Lake Drive, Lot 10, was charged Thursday with three counts of burglary.

- Earl Eugene Williams Sr., 49, of 10470 Highway 19, Lot 27, in Baconton, was charged Friday with reckless driving, DUI, operating a vehicle without a current plate, having no insurance, obstruction and driving with a suspended license.

- Louise Binuelo, 17, of 147 Little Mexico, was charged Saturday with driving without a license, a brake lights and signal device standards violation and driving with an improper exhaust.

- Juan Cantero Perez, 32, of 6652 Madison Highway in Valdosta, was charged Wednesday with being a pedestrian under the influence.

- Alvin B. Bell, 43, of 2017 Waddell St. in Albany, was charged Thursday with forgery.

- Daniel James Clayton, 23, of 136 Jones Lane, was charged Wednesday with two counts of burglary.

- Andrew Daren Clayton, 20, of 136 Jones Lane, was charged Wednesday with burglary.

- Noah Lew Sangster, 21, of 142 Jones Lane, was charged Thursday with burglary and probation violation.

- Wilson Rosa Lasalle, 24, of 3332 Old Adel Road, was charged Saturday with DUI, failure to maintain lane and driving without a license.

Other Incidents:

- Bobby Arnold, of East Central Avenue, reported an unknown person broke out a passenger window of his Ford Taurus and stole a Pioneer CD player, a Nokia cell phone and his wallet, containing $60 cash and his driver's license, between 7 p.m. and 9:56 p.m. Sunday. The total value of the stolen items was approximately $225.

- Barbara Carter, of Seventh Avenue Southeast, reported an unknown person stole $175 cash from her residence Thursday. Carter told police the residence was unlocked at the time of the incident.

- Dewey Lastinger reported an unknown person broke out a window on an Alliance Travel Trailer at Lastinger Cycle Shop on East Central Avenue between 3 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Saturday. Damage to the window was $100.

- Dometric Johnson, of Seventh Avenue Southwest, reported an unknown person broke out a window and unlocked the front door of his residence and stole a Sunbeam microwave, a Durabrand television and a Nintendo game system between noon and 3:30 p.m. Friday. Damage to the residence and the total value of the stolen items was $160.

- Stacey Taylor reported a female acquaintance stole $160 cash from her wallet while she was at the Moultrie Housing Authority on Third Avenue Southeast Friday. No other items were taken from Taylor's purse.

- Greg Harrell reported Friday a known male customer passed a forged check to purchase items from Stone's Home Center on Highway 319 South Dec. 14. The value of the forged check was $175.

- Chanquilla McShane, of Dorothy Street Northeast, reported an unknown person entered her unlocked Honda Civic and stole a Pioneer CD player between 9 p.m. Thursday and 10:36 a.m. Friday. The value of the stolen CD player was $150.

- Betty Parker, of Hutchinson Drive Northeast, reported an unknown person broke out a window on her Chevrolet Suburban with a granite block and stole bank envelopes and an unknown amount of cash Friday. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $350.

- Gina Collier, of 11th Avenue Southwest, reported an unknown person threw a brick through a window of her Pontiac Grand Am and stole her purse, containing a Sears card, a Household Bank card, a Merk Bank card and a checkbook with checks, between 9:30 p.m. Thursday and 7:30 a.m. Friday. Damage to the vehicle and the value of the stolen items was unknown at the time of report.

- Chance Barber, of Dorothy Street Northeast, reported an unknown person broke out a passenger window of his Chevrolet Blazer and stole his wife's purse, containing her wallet, and make-up bag, Friday. Damage to the vehicle and the total value of the stolen items was $370.

- Loretta Houston reported an unknown person stole the newspaper box at Sonny's Meats on 10th Street Southeast Sunday. The value of the stolen box was around $150.

- Linda Plymel reported Thursday a known female customer and a known male customer had cashed a forged checks at Plymel's Package on Fifth Street Southeast. The amounts of the forged checks were withheld by the police at the time of report.

- Juan Nelloms, of Coventry Circle Southeast, reported two unknown persons broke out a passenger window of his Jeep Cherokee Thursday. Damage to the vehicle was about $500.

- Michael Lupo reported an unknown person shot a firecracker at him while he was at Eastside Coin Laundry on Seventh Street Northeast Saturday. The firecracker struck Lupo in the left side and burned him, but he was not taken to Colquitt Regional Medical Center for the burn.

- Brian Robinson, of Tallokas Circle, reported an unknown person broke a passenger window of his Chevrolet 2500 HD and stole a Ruger M-77 bolt-action .270-caliber rifle with a 3x9 Tasco scope between 9 p.m. Wednesday and 5:10 p.m. Thursday. The value of the stolen rifle was estimated at $800.

- Claude Holmes, of Coolsprings Road, reported an unknown person dented the bed and passenger door and broke a headlight and two windows of his Ford F-150 Friday. Damage to the vehicle was unknown at the time of report.

- Tommy Tucker reported an unknown person shot a hole through four mailboxes along Doc Darbyshire Road between 11 p.m. Friday and 2 a.m. Saturday. Damage to the mailboxes was $80.

- Edmundo Ambrocio, of Dogwood Drive, reported a total of five unknown persons threw beer bottles at his residence, breaking four windows, Sunday. Damage to the residence was unknown at the time of report.

- Sue West, of Seventh Street Southeast, reported an unknown person stole approximately 30 pounds of meat and a weed eater from her residence between 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. Friday. The total value of the stolen items was approximately $300.

- Mary Ellen Gaines, of Funston-Sale City Road, reported an unknown person stole a Chevrolet pick-up truck between 5 p.m. Nov. 29 and 7:45 a.m. Thursday. The value of the stolen truck was $6,300. Gaines provided police with the name of a male relative she suspects stole the truck.

- Jesus Davila, of Jasmine Lane, reported an unknown person pried open the window of his residence and stole a Sanyo 27-inch television, a Panasonic DVD player, a Sanyo VCR, a Sylvania 16-inch television, a Panasonic television, a Sony CD stereo system, a Sony 60-CD stereo system, a Peavy bass guitar, a Peavy amplifier, two Peavy acoustic guitars, gold rings, gold necklaces and two bracelets between 6 p.m. Dec. 28 and 7:30 a.m. Thursday. The total value of the stolen items was $2,501.

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