A 15-year-old boy was arrested after he allegedly drove a van while intoxicated early Saturday morning.

The teenager was charged with DUI, illegal possession of alcohol and driving without a license.

A Colquitt County sheriff’s deputy was called to a house on Highway 319 North at 2:42 a.m. Saturday about an unwanted person at the house. The deputy spoke with Debra Ceniceros, who stated the teen was on her property in a van, and she wanted him removed. She had reported earlier the boy allegedly had driven on Veterans Parkway while intoxicated, but law enforcement was unable to locate the van at that time.

The deputy spotted a blue Ford Windstar van parked in the driveway with its windows down when he arrived and allegedly smelled the odor of alcohol from inside. The boy was in the driver’s seat and appeared to be asleep when the deputy got to the driver’s side. The car keys and a bottle of beer were allegedly spotted in the boy’s lap, and the beer was partially covered with a T-shirt, sheriff’s reports stated.

The deputy awakened the boy, and he allegedly had a strong smell of alcohol coming from him. He stated he had been at the house for about five minutes and that he had been drinking but could not remember how much. He was placed under arrest and was taken to Colquitt County Jail, where his mother came and picked him up, the report stated.

Arrests:

Moultrie Police

• Araceli Rosales, 30, of 605 Fifth Ave. S.E., Apt. B, was charged Saturday with operating a business without a license.

• James F. Allen, 57, of 4668 Highway 319 N. in Norman Park, was charged Saturday with leaving the scene of an accident, DUI, no proof of insurance, driving with suspended registration and an open container violation.

• Alton Williams, 49, of 611 Fourth Ave. S.W., was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended license (fourth offense) and failure to stop at a stop sign.

• Kenneth B. Washington, 40, of 218 Third St. S.W., Apt. A, was charged Saturday with a seatbelt violation and driving with a suspended license (second offense).

• Martin Diego, 21, of 816 Third St. S.E., was charged Sunday with public drunkenness.

• Lanarius McKinley, 21, of 714 W. 18th St. in Tifton, was charged Monday with possession of ecstasy and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

• Justin Rashad Hartage, 23, of 1402 W. Gordon Ave. in Albany, was charged Monday with possession of ecstasy and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

• Toney Dewayne Striplin, 50, of 224 Lakeside Drive, was charged Friday with public drunkenness.

• Gena Michelle Clark, 38, of 4164 Coffee Road in Boston, Ga., was charged Friday with theft by shoplifting. She allegedly tried to steal various items, valued at $917.70, from Wal-Mart on South Veterans Parkway.

• Debbie Lynn Prince, 45, of 412 Dorsett Ave. in Albany, was charged Friday with theft by shoplifting. She allegedly tried to steal a variety of items, valued at about $162, from Wal-Mart on South Veterans Parkway.

• Mary Lynn Prince, 26, of 412 Dorsett Ave. in Albany, was charged Friday with theft by shoplifting (second offense). She allegedly tried to steal a variety of items, valued at about $162, from Wal-Mart on South Veterans Parkway.

• Crystal Lynn McCraine, 27, of 2702 Evergreen Road in Doerun, was charged Friday with theft by shoplifting. She allegedly tried to steal an Emerson 32-inch television, valued at $348, from Wal-Mart on South Veterans Parkway.

• Jeffrey Lynn Haire, 48, of 2702 Evergreen Road in Doerun, was charged Friday with theft by shoplifting. He allegedly tried to steal an Emerson 32-inch television, valued at $348, from Wal-Mart on South Veterans Parkway.

• Marcus Dewayne Richardson, 25, of 1320 Summer Circle, was charged Saturday with possession of marijuana less than one ounce.

• Silestre J. Cruz, 36, of 195 Cox Ave., was charged Saturday with operating a business without a license.

• A juvenile boy was charged Friday with disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing.

• A 12-year-old girl was charged Saturday with theft by shoplifting. She allegedly tried to steal a pair of sunglasses and four bags of candy, valued at $7, from Super Dollar on North Main Street.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Cliff Flowers, 28, of 741 Oakland Road in Leesburg, was charged Monday with battery, simple battery and criminal trespassing.

• Willie James McKinnon, 59, of 512 Serena Drive in Norman Park, was charged Sunday with simple assault.

Georgia State Patrol

• Oretha Ann Lee, 49, of 14359 Highway 319 N. in Thomasville, was charged Saturday with DUI and driving on the wrong side of a roadway.

Doerun Police

• Raul Robles, of 600 Holly Drive, Lot 183, in Albany, was charged Friday with no proof of insurance, driving with a suspended tag, a windshield violation and driving without a license.

• Tereso Carrera, 27, of Route 2, Box 1522, in Ray City, was charged Friday with driving without a license.

• Arturo Anaya, 28, of 202 Ewer Road, was charged Friday with driving without a license.

• Cesar Bolteada, 28, of 334 Webb Road, Lot 34, in Norman Park, was charged Friday with driving without a license.

Other Incidents:

Moultrie Police

• An employee at Wal-Mart on South Veterans Parkway reported someone threatened to blow up the business Friday. The business was evacuated, and Moultrie Fire Department searched the building but did not find anything suspicious.

• Lucy Thrower, of Fitzgerald, reported Friday someone forged and cashed three counterfeit checks at two Moultrie businesses on South Veterans Parkway between July 16 and July 19. The amount of the fraudulent checks was $532.02.

• Angie Williams, of Second Street Northwest, reported someone broke out a window Friday. Damage was about $100. Williams gave officers the name of a male suspect.

• Courtney Patillo reported a thief stole a radio from her father’s Ford Explorer while it was parked at Paradise Apartments on 27th Street Southeast between noon and 1:30 p.m. Friday. The value of the stolen radio was estimated at about $150.

• An officer heard several gunshots while conducting an interview on Seventh Avenue Southwest Friday.

• Bessie Wallace, of Second Avenue Northwest, reported a thief stole a Hoover carpet cleaner from a utility room between 6:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. Friday.

• Camilla Harris, of Fourth Avenue Northeast, reported someone keyed the trunk of her daughter’s Chrysler Sebring Saturday.

• Richard Smith reported someone keyed the passenger side of his Chevrolet Malibu while it was parked at Wal-Mart on South Veterans Parkway Saturday. Officers were given the name of a female suspect.

• Deborah Hargraves, of First Avenue Southeast, reported someone damaged a fence and broke a drainage cap Sunday. Damage was about $500.

• Sandrika Spivey, of Northside Drive, reported a thief stole a CD player and a speakerbox from her Mercury Tracer between July 1 and 5:43 p.m. Sunday. The value of the stolen items was $350.

Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office

• Omar Gonzalez, of Edge Road in Doerun, reported someone shot his dog in the foot Saturday.

• Jocelyn Palmore, of Quail Ridge, reported someone scratched the driver’s side door and driver’s side and knocked a hole in the fuel filler compartment of her Dodge Charger between 7 p.m. Thursday and 7:50 a.m. Friday.

• Ronnie Ansley, of Annie McGee Road, reported a thief stole a Pioneer CD player from his Chevrolet Blazer between 12:01 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. Friday. The value of the stolen CD player was $120.

• Carrie Cox, of Indian Lake Drive in Norman Park, reported a thief stole a Dodge Neon from her front yard between 1:30 a.m. and 7 a.m. Friday. The value of the stolen car was $4,150. Cox gave sheriff’s deputies the name of a male suspect.

• Betty Ball, of Indian Lake Drive in Norman Park, reported a thief stole five blank checks and $40 cash from her purse and a Nintendo DSL with a game between 11:59 p.m. Thursday and 6 a.m. Friday. The value of the stolen items was $186. Ball gave sheriff’s deputies the name of a male suspect.

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