MOULTRIE — A Moultrie woman allegedly tried to hit another woman with a minivan during an altercation Saturday night. It was not clear whether she succeeded or not. The woman hit another vehicle as she tried to drive away and was charged in connection to that accident.

Anastasia Studstill, 17, of 901 Third St. N.W., was charged with failure to maintain lane, failure to stop at an accident with damage and a license permit violation.

Studstill reported she was at a park on Third Street Northwest about 10 p.m. Saturday and was attacked by several females. One of those females, Funtae Steele, tried to hit her with a plant stand, Studstill told police, and Studstill had several injuries from the attack.

Studstill told a Moultrie police officer she got into a Plymouth Voyager and tried to hit Steele with it but missed and tried to leave the park. In her attempt to flee, however, she hit a Buick Lesabre, owned by Forestine Walker, in the rear passenger side. Damage to both vehicles and the plant stand was about $525.

The officer spoke with Steele about the incident at Colquitt Regional Medical Center, where she was being treated for an injured left knee and ankle. She said she received the injuries when she was hit by Studstill’s van. She also admitted using the plant stand as a weapon, but she said it was only to get away from Studstill.

A CRMC spokesperson said Steele was treated and released from the hospital.



Arrests

• Jessie Bullock, 53, of 211 Second St. S.W., was charged Saturday with aggravated assault (family violence). The charge was from an incident where Charles Underwood, 53, of the same address, was found with several cuts on his upper torso and was bleeding profusely. He was taken to Colquitt Regional Medical Center for treatment.

• Francisco Gasper, 34, of 600 Holly Drive, Lot 58, in Albany, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.

• Diego Laurino Santos, 30, of 1108 West Blvd., was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.

• Johnathan Ryles, 24, of 226 Dorothy St., was charged Sunday with driving with a suspended license (second offense) and obstruction.

• Ines Alfredo Hernandez Hernandez, 31, of 153 Deer Run Drive, was charged Sunday with DUI, an open container violation, failure to stop at an accident with damage and driving without a license.

• Emmitt Roy Corbin, 43, of 602 Ninth St. N.W., was charged Saturday with possession of marijuana less than one ounce, DUI child endangerment and DUI.

• Julius Marquis Sesler, 23, of 208 Fourth Ave. S.E., was charged Saturday with drinking alcohol in public and duty to obey an officer.

• Vicki Butts, 33, of 813 First Ave. S.E., was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct.

• Cedric Butts, 17, of 813 First Ave. S.E., was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct.

• Fredda Lafayette Randall, 30, of 809 First Ave. N.W., was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct and driving with a suspended license. The disorderly conduct charge was from an incident between Randall and Vicki and Cedric Butts at Shaw Gym on Fifth Avenue Northwest.

• A 15-year-old boy was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting.

• Jessica Stokes, 46, of 1032 Second Ave. N.W., was charged Saturday with trespassing (second offense) and disorderly conduct.

• Gary Clifton Howard, 26, of 471 Dean Matthews Road, was charged Saturday with DUI.

• Andreas Martinez, 38, of 518 Indian Creek Subdivision, was charged Friday with furnishing false information to police, failure to yield when entering a roadway and driving without a license.

• Donald Eugene Reeves Jr., 22, of 822 Ninth Ave. S.E., was charged Friday with failure to stop at an accident with damage.

• Brandon Rushing, 24, of 9 Fourth St. N.W., was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct (family violence).

• Wendell Sanders, 37, of 709 Third Ave. N.W., was charged Monday with possession of marijuana less than one ounce (second offense) and probation violation.

• Mallory Cecil Johnson, 48, of 515 Oak Circle, was charged June 16 with battery.

• Laura Syndisis McKaila Shunate, 22, of 2820 First Ave. S.E., was charged July 11 with giving false information to an officer.

• Michael Allen McMurphy, 44, of 6495 County Line Road in Pelham, was charged Friday with driving without a license.

• Rodrigo Sandoval, 24, of Macmillan Road in Enigma, was charged Sunday with driving without a license and no proof of insurance.

• Luis Alfredo Tapia, 26, of 1116 Ellenton-Omega Road in Norman Park, was charged Sunday with the unlawful catching of wildlife.

• Ignacio Martinez, 23, of Little Mexico, was charged Saturday with consuming an alcoholic beverage in a state park, fishing without a license, the use of illegal nets and littering.

• Felipe Perez, 20, of Little Mexico, was charged Saturday with consuming an alcoholic beverage in a state park, fishing without a license, the use of illegal nets and littering.

• Sammuel Lee Powers, 29, of 3442 Birchwood Trail in Snellville, was charged Friday with an open container violation.

• Apolloxia Cruz Martinez, 34, of Little Mexico, was charged Saturday with consuming an alcoholic beverage in a state park, fishing without a license, the use of illegal nets and littering.

• Adelfo Cruz Martinez, 21, of Old Albany Road, was charged Saturday with DUI, driving without a license, failure to maintain lane and an open container violation.

• Hilario Martin, 28, of 389 Sardis Church Road, was charged Saturday with consuming an alcoholic beverage in a state park, fishing without a license, the use of illegal nets and littering.

• Jose Luse, 18, of Moultrie Inn, Room 219, was charged Sunday with the unlawful catching of wildlife.

• Antelmo Tinajero Jimenez, 21, of 75 Palmetto Road, Lot 16, in Tifton, was charged Sunday with driving without a license, following too closely, driving too fast for conditions and no proof of insurance.

• Bernadino Busque, 39, of Little Mexico, was charged Saturday with consuming an alcoholic beverage in a state park, fishing without a license, the use of illegal nets and littering.

• Glenn David Smith, 40, of 15 25th St. S.E., was charged Friday with two counts of deposit account fraud.

• Derrell Charles Gates, 33, of 141 Academy St. in Funston, was charged Friday with deposit account fraud.

• Jackie Eugene Jenkins Sr., 56, of 2119 Highway 37 W., was charged Friday with deposit account fraud.

• Ronald Andrew Gay, 37, of 350 Country Circle, was charged Saturday with burglary and making terroristic threats and acts (family violence).



Other Incidents:

• George Johnson reported a male acquaintance broke through a door, poured a cleaning agent onto the carpet and broke a garage wooden frame at a house on Third Street Northwest Sunday. Damage was $770.

• Tony Acosta, of 11th Court Southeast, reported a thief stole a JVC radio from his Pontiac Transport and two Blitz speakers from his Ford Ranger between 10 p.m. Saturday and 1:15 p.m. Sunday. The value of the stolen items was estimated at $440.

• William Lindsey reported someone broke out the rear window of his Mazda B-Series truck, possibly shooting it out with a pellet gun, while it was parked at a house on Third Street Southeast between 10 p.m. Saturday and 9:34 a.m. Sunday.

• Tisha Daniels, of Fifth Street Southeast, reported a male acquaintance hit her in the face with a glass as she rode down an unknown road Sunday. Daniels had a cut on the right side of her nose and cheek.

• Keren Torres reported a thief stole a Panasonic CD player from her Chevrolet Camaro while it was parked at Waffle House on First Avenue Southeast Sunday. The value of the stolen CD player was estimated at $250.

• Jennifer Slaughter, Mercedes Soto and Sharon Ward reported a thief stole their purses, containing $590 cash, an ATM card, two insurance cards, three Social Security cards, blood pressure medicine, two sets of keys, two driver’s licenses, immigration papers, two bank cards, mail, a child support card and a Peach Care card from their lockers at National Beef on the West Bypass Saturday. The value of the stolen items was $695.

• Ricardo Yordany, of Garden Villa Drive, reported a thief stole his Road Master bicycle from under his porch between 11:48 p.m. Friday and 1:01 a.m. Saturday. The value of the stolen bicycle was about $100.

• Ron Halby, of 31st Avenue Southeast, reported someone set fire to a couch and wooden fence and cut four water hoses Friday. Damage was about $180. The Moultrie Fire Department’s arson investigator gave officers the name of a male suspect.

• An attendant at Inland on First Avenue Southeast reported a thief pumped an unknown amount of gasoline Friday and left without paying for it. The attendant described the vehicle as a green Toyota Camry, driven by a white male wearing a blue and white plaid shirt, blue jeans and white tennis shoes. He had a homemade knife tattoo on his right forearm with a mushroom-style haircut; he was between 5-feet, 2-inches and 5-feet, 5-inches tall and weighed between 170 and 200 pounds.

• Linda Holt, of Garden Villa Drive, reported a thief broke out a rear window and stole a gold herringbone necklace, a gold nugget ring and a portable DVD player between 6:50 p.m. Friday and 7:20 p.m. Saturday. Damage and the value of the stolen items was $450. She gave officers the names of two male suspects.

• Josh Stitely reported someone drove a white Chevrolet Suburban over shrubbery at the Moultrie Fire Department Station #3 on Highway 133 South Friday. Damage was $150.

• Lorraine Gay, of Fourth Street Southeast, reported a thief stole a Sony Xplode CD player and $4 cash from her Chevrolet Blazer Friday. The value of the stolen items was $204.

• Christopher Griffin reported a thief stole his mandolin from a house on Highway 111 between June 1 and 11:30 a.m. Thursday. The value of the stolen mandolin was $2,500. Griffin gave officers the name of a female suspect.

• Larry Burgess, of East Berrien Avenue in Ellenton, reported someone broke a passenger window, left several cigarette burns on the seats and scratched the rear bumper of his daughter’s Mazda 626 Friday. Damage was estimated at $4,275.

• Darrell Gates reported a thief stole a generator from a mobile home on Bonnie Tuk Road between noon July 1 and 10:03 a.m. Friday. The value of the stolen generator was $1,200.

• Jason Mercer, of Norman Park, reported a male acquaintance stole a Dooza nailing gun and a foaming gun between July 3 and 1 p.m. Thursday. The value of the stolen items was $750. One of the items was found at American Pawn.

• Pablo Lorenz, of Murdock Street, reported Saturday a thief stole a Taurus 9 mm handgun and a shoe box with $150 cash and hiking boots inside between 6 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. July 8.

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