MOULTRIE — In a case of adding insult to injury, an assault victim who fled her residence to call for assistance returned to find that in her absence her boyfriend had taken her wallet and television.

Lavonia Dickson, of the 500 block of Gordon Griner Road, reported Friday that a male companion asked her for $200 and became enraged when she told him that she did not have it. When she tried to call 911 for assistance he charged her, causing  Dickson’s head to strike the floor, police reports said.

After she made her way into a bedroom her attacker kicked the door open, she reported. Dickson picked up a shotgun to defend herself and ordered him to leave, which he did.

Dickson went to her mother’s, where she called for help, and when she got back home to meet the officer she found that the man had returned in her absence to allegedly take the television and wallet.

In another battery incident, Dana Flowers, 600 lock Turner Road, Coolidge, reported Friday that a female acquaintance pushed her several times during an argument and also twisted her mother’s arm.Flowers told police she did not wish to press charges.


Sheriff’s Office

• Michael William Camp, 38, 1006 Singletary Road, Cairo was charged Saturday with theft by taking.

• Jerry Dewayne Madison, 33, 1836 Sardis Church Road, was charged Saturday with driving while license withdrawn.

• Rufus Pitts, 52, 584 Cook Road, was charged Friday with simple battery and interference with 911 call.

• Adrian Soto, 17, 842 Hwy. 319 S. Lot 3, was charged Friday with driving without license, no insurance, driving without headlights when required, tail lights required, expired vehicle tag or decal and tire violation.

• Cicely Sidney Wheeler, 35, 384 East Gate Circle, Norman Park, was charged Saturday with failure to stop at stop sign and driving without license.

• Anthony Patrick Bivins, 49, 268 S. Church St., was charged Friday with driving under the influence.

Moultrie Police

• Francisco Javier Gonzalez, 310 Serena Drive, was charged Saturday with driving without license and failure to stop for stop sign.

• Jonathan Morales, 30, 699 Sardis Church Cord, was charged Sunday with theft by shoplifting and probation violation.

• Juan Intzin Meza, 26, 806 Circle Road Lot 8, was charged Saturday with driving without license and speeding.

• Shikia Ruth Lattimore, 20, 706 Eighth Ave. N.W., was charged Friday with theft by shoplifting.

• Tevin King, 22, 611 Oak Circle, was charged Sunday with driving without headlights when required and no driver’s license.

• Berlin Police

• Willie Michael Sapp Jr., 20, 1205 Ninth Ave., Albany, was charged Saturday with driving while license withdrawn and speeding.

Norman Park Police

• Max Carl Doellefeld, 36, 3155 Stonewyck Place, Decatur, was charged with driving while license withdrawn and driving too fast for conditions.

• Ivenet Frager, 26, 3025 S. Adams St. Apt. 410, Tallahassee, Fla., was charged Saturday with driving while license withdrawn and speeding.

Probation violation

Sheriff’s Office

• Jamar Rashaud Weston, 25, 502 27th St. S.E.

• Paul Thomas Nixon, 49, 714 Branch Road, Albany.

• Richard Keith Lacey, 55, 1605 Seventh St. S.E.

Moultrie Police

• Demetri Markece Suggs, 22, 603 Fist St. S.W.

• Timothy Wayne Porter, 51, 246 Reed Bingham Road.


Sheriff’s Office

• Kenneth Wayne Snipes, 600 block Rondo Gay Road, reported Sunday the theft of a 1985 Chevrolet Silverado valued at $5,000 parked at a service shop in the 1100 block of Highway 133 South.

• Lonnie Ames, 100 block Jones Lane, reported Sunday that a female acquaintance stole 30 silver dollar coins and an Impresario watch with a total value of $5,900.

• Aaron’s Rental Purchase, 355 Veterans Parkway S., reported March 31 that merchandise for which a customer still owed money had been pawned by her son.

The reported stolen property included three Magnavox televisions and one each HP and Dell laptop computers with a total value of $2,967.


• James Blakely, 300 block Old Albany Road, reported Saturday the theft of a large red generator, two hydraulic jacks, two sets of Allen wrenches, two 50-foot drop extension cords, 32 wrench sockets and a tackle box with a total value of $690.

Property damage

Sheriffs Office

• Eric Smith, 900 block Highway 133 South, reported Sunday that the door of the residence was kicked open but that nothing apparently was taken.

• Pamela Harbin reported Saturday that a 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer was struck by another car while parked on Coolidge Street in Ellenton.

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