C. Smith, Clerk of Superior Court: SumterCounty
Traverse Jurors who have been summoned for 9 this morning are NOT to report for
jury duty at all during the week. The scheduled case has been resolved. Jurors
may call the office of Nancy C. Smith, Clerk, at 928-4537 for questions or more
“Firecracker” community blood drive is this Friday June 24th in the
Fellowship Hall at 1stBaptistChurch
at 221 S. Lee Street.
A free T-shirt will be given to all donors. There will be a pancake breakfast
and then hot dogs with all the trimmings and other goodies will be served the
rest of the day. To schedule an appointment on Friday that best suits your busy
schedule call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or go online to
redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code: PSMC to make your appointment. There
will also be drawings for Downtown Dollars. Those with appointments get top
priority but any walk-in will be welcomed. The blood drive this Friday will be
of Commissioners meets at 6 tomorrow evening in the Commissioners Room at the SumterCounty
Courthouse. These meetings are always open for the public to attend.
The Mayor and City Council meets
at 5 this Thursday June 23rd in Council Chambers of the PublicSafetyBuilding.
This meeting is also open for the public to attend. By attending these meetings
you can become a better informed citizen and taxpayer.
The regular monthly meeting of the Alexander H. Stephens Camp Sons
of Confederate Veterans will be held at 7 tomorrow night at the American Legion
Hall on MLK
Boulevard. All members and friends are invited.
On June 23rd, the
Chamber will host a Jimmy Buffett-inspired Business After Hours at Lakeshore
Marine in Cobb as part of the “Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes”
membership campaign. The event will feature live music from Andy T and his
Steel Drums and Caribbean-inspired food by Little Brothers Bistro. The winner
of the “Lost Shaker of Salt” scavenger hunt will be presented as well. You
don’t want to miss this event! Reservations are requested so please call the
Chamber at 924-2646 or email@example.com to RSVP.
This past weekend may have been THE quietest holiday weekend on
record for Americus
Police. Officers were busy with domestic calls as 7 such calls were answered
since Friday. After a domestic call to 1846-D S.
Lee Street, Jarvis Marquis Tyson
was arrested for disorderly conduct.
A civil complaint was made at 413
A criminal attempt of robbery was reported in the Cherokee
A theft of lost/mislaid property occurred at 1101
Following a traffic stop Saturday morning on McCoy Street, Kelly
Raymir Hutchins was arrested for DUI; possession of marijuana-less than an
ounce; driving on a suspicious license; and open container.
A traffic stop was conducted on Barbara
Battle Way and Alicia Latoya Pope
was arrested for DUI and a 2nd offense of driving on a suspended
A 1st degree forgery was reported at 103 W. Jefferson
at Dollar General for a phony $50 bill.
An unruly juvenile complaint was made at H2 SouthlandHeights
Apartments at 113 US
A forced entry burglary was investigated at 120
Tom Hall Circle.
A rape case is being investigated.
A criminal trespass complaint was made at 1325
E. Lamar Street for a damaged
Hit-n-run accidents were reported over the weekend at 208
W. Lamar Street; 139
Hosanna Circle; and on Forsyth
Street at Manhattan.
Officers did respond to 3 miscellaneous calls over the weekend.
Just 1 accident was worked by APD
since Friday in the City with no reported injuries.
Sheriff’s Deputies report a busy Father’s Day weekend. Domestic disturbances
occurred at 494 Youngs Mill Road and Daniel Howell was charged with disorderly
conduct; 160 Ginger Drive; 391 Watermelon Road; 137 Foster Street; and 695 US
19 south where Abraham C. Carrillo was arrested and charged with aggravated
assault/ simple battery (DVA)/
and cruelty to children. A criminal trespass complaint was made at 985
Cobb-Cheek Road. Deputies
conducted 15 weekend traffic stops and issued warning and citations. A theft of
lost/mislaid property was reported at 304
Southerfield Road. suspicious
vehicle complaints were made at 236 Buchanan Road; Irish Drive at Fern Street; US
19 south at Cemetery Road; 1337 Hooks Mill Road and on Thomas Mill Road. Burglaries
were investigated at 1105 Sam Rogers
Road and 2198
Brady Road. David R. Segovia was
arrested at 947 Highway 30 west and charged with aggravated child molestation. Deputies
answered a civil complaint at 577 R W Jones Road. Threats were made at 632-A US
280 east and at 245-A Shiloh Road
where Craig D. Carlson was arrested for marijuana possession-less than an
ounce. Damage to property was reported at 3014
Roney Street. A suspicious person
complaint was filed at 112 Joe Harper
Road Extension. Responding to a
fight at Lot C 247 US
49 south, Ashley A. Johnson was arrested for disorderly conduct. A bad child
complaint was made at Lot
32 321 Lacrosse Road. Responding to a theft call to 207
Greystone Drive, Dennis Hooks was
picked up on an outstanding warrant. Deputies along with the GeorgiaState
Patrol conducted road checks over the weekend on Highway 377 at the LeeCounty
line and on McLittle Bridge Road.
In the Sumter County Jail today are: Melissa Ann Angry for a bench
warrant; Brooksie Brown for illegal possession of a controlled substance and
trafficking in cocaine-illegal drugs-marijuana-or methamphetamine; Abraham
Carrillo for cruelty to children/ simple battery/ and aggravated assault (DVA);
Rasheed Dalton for possession-manufacturing or distribution of illegal drugs
and trafficking in cocaine-illegal drugs-marijuana-or methamphetamine; Melissa Lavon
Henderson for battery; Dennis Hooks for theft by taking and southwestern
probation; Kelly Raymir Hutchins for open container/ marijuana possession-less
than an ounce/ DUI/ and driving on a suspended license; Deon Princeton Jackson
for battery; Ashley Ann Johnson for disorderly conduct; Moses Bernard Maddox for
failure to appear; Chesley Kay Poole for driving on a suspended license and
DUI; David Rene Segovia for aggravated child molestation; and Tiffany Vincente
for illegal possession of a controlled substance and trafficking in cocaine-illegal
drugs-marijuana-or methamphetamine. 4 bonded out over the weekend.