2009-02-11 / Public Safety

Law Enforcement Report

Vehicle Accident

On February 7, Ronnie Mitchell Herring Jr. was traveling South on Highway 27 North when a deer came out onto the roadway. Herring's vehicle struck the deer, causing slight damage to the vehicle.

On February 6, Wallace Clarke Shiver was traveling north on Grady Cobb Road. A cow entered into the path of Shiver's vehicle, and the collision could not be avoided.

February 7, wreck on Main St. report not ready by P.D.

Suspended License

On February 8, Michael J. Ash was stopped by Officer Scott Cleveland. Ash's license was suspended due to failure to pay a traffic citation. Ash was placed under arrest and transported to the jail where he was charged for Driving While Suspended License and Speeding.

On February 8, Christopher M. Close was arrested for both Loud Music Second Offense and Driving with Suspended License. He was then transported to the Miller County Sheriff's Office.

DUI On February 6, Stanley B. Carr was charged with suspended license second offense, DUI second offense, and open container. Carr was wanted by Bainbridge Public Safety, and a hold was placed on him.

On February 8, Jack Edward Reddick was placed under arrest and transported to the jail where Captain Stone administered a breath test on the subject with the Intoxylizer 5000. Reddick's results were .113 Grams and .110 Grams. Reddick was charged with the least amount.

Marijuana Possession

On February 7, Walter L. Mock was placed under arrest and transported to the county jail. He was charged and booked in on the charge of Possession of Marijuana less than an ounce.

Public Drunkenness

On February 7, Antonio P. Thompson was placed under arrest for Public Drunk and transported to the Sheriff's Office. He stated that he ran earlier on Ruth Drive because he was drinking and he didn't want to got to jail.

On February 8, Christen Leigh Turpin was placed under arrest for Public Drunk and transported to the Sheriff's Office.

Car Theft February 8,car stolen at Colquitt Chev. Report not ready by Colquitt P.D.

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