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Fayette arrest log report

The following arrests were reported by local law enforcement agencies for the past week. All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty:

Fayette County Sheriff’s Office
Tuesday, Jan. 4 - Monday, Jan. 10

No report

Fayetteville Police

Ellis Darnell Bozeman, 58, of Opotheohola St., Wetumpka, Ala., for traffic offense.

Brandy Renee Foster, 22, of Madison Place, Fayetteville, for probation violation and traffic offense.

Emmanuel Sebastien Merizier, 22, of Gleneagles Way, Fayetteville, for traffic offense.

Garrett J. Holt, 25, of Micah Drive, McDonough, for traffic offenses (4).

Isaiah P. Riddle, 18, of Strathmore Drive, Sharpsburg, for public urination.

Wayne A. Lee, 48, of Lake Circle Drive, Fayetteville, for DUI aocohol.

Timothy Williams, 23, of Knight Way, Fayetteville, for traffic offenses (2).

Ryan D. Stewart, 19, of Jay Trail, Fayetteville, for minor in possession of alcohol.

Eugene E. Bennerson, 38, of Garden Walk Court, College Park, for interfering with police and wanted person (College Park and East Point).

Brian Lemonte Hall, 21, of Old National Highway, College Park, for robbery.

Demarcus Jerome Willingham, 22, of Emberwood Lane, Fairburn, for robbery, giving false name and wanted person (Fairburn).

Brandon Hardy, 21, of Village Green Drive, Fairburn, for robbery and giving false name.

Peachtree City Police

CORRECTION — Diane Mooney, 47, of Ridgeview Ct., Peachtree City, Ga., was arrested on Jan. 3rd, 2011 and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, two counts of striking a fixed object, striking an unattended vehicle, failure to maintain lane, and obedience to a traffic control device.
[Editor’s note: The above arrest was misreported in the original police department arrest report. It is corrected above.]

David Toske, 39, of Wynnmeade Parkway, Peachtree City, for simple battery and criminal trespass.

Hurl Alan Hix, 59, of Stevens Entry, Peachtree City, for simple assault and simple battery.

Julio Lugo Felix, 19, of Club Drive, Fayetteville, for less than an ounce of marijuana and contributing to the delinquency fo a minor.

Donald Thacker, 39, of Oxford Circle, Hampton, for probation violation.

India Knight-Caron, 22, of Clifton Lane, Peachtree City, for probation violation.

Jose Carmen Hernandez-Garcia, 26, of Peachtree Station Circle, Peachtree City, for no license and tag light requirements.

Jason W. Roberts, 36, of Kilgore Road, Griffin, for probation violation.

Nicholas Scott Stewart, 20, of Pinegate Road, Peachtree City, for theft by taking.

Juan Jose Juarez, 27, of Wall Circle, Fayetteville, for no valid license and yield sign violation.

Torey Weaver, 20, of McDade Street, Tyrone, for theft by deception.


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