Arrests and Citations

Published 7:33am Friday, December 7, 2012

The following arrests and citations, a list of those occurring between Dec. 4 and Dec. 7, have been reported by the Decatur County Jail and Bainbridge Public Safety:

• Marquisha Lashae Fryer, 19, 1603 Plantation Road, Bainbridge, disorderly conduct, BPS;

• William Ray Givens, 42, 560 Cedar Grove Road, Climax, probation violation, BPS;

• Stacey Glenn, 32, 631 Monroe St., Bainbridge, probation violation, BPS

• Justin Lamar Kinder, 19, 1125 Vada Road, Bainbridge, probation violation, BPS;

• Laquecious Yteria Taylor, 20, 120 Black Jack Road, Lot 6, Bainbridge, disorderly conduct, BPS;

• Mary Louise Harris, 42, 1211 E. Back St., Bainbridge, no insurance, driving while tag is suspended (1st), BPS;

• Isaiah Junior Perry Jr., 39, driving while license suspended, obstruction of an officer (misd.) BPS;

• Harold Dewayne Rentz, 47, 2997 Bethel Road, Brinson, public drunk, BPS;

• John Robert Daniels, 17, 112 Ronnie Lambert Road, Bainbridge, burglary, SO;

• Karonn Lovell Skinner, 37, Midway, Fla., armed robbery, possession of firearm by convicted felon, SO;

• Robert Lee Ware, 23, Colquitt, Ga., probation violation, o/c possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, SO.

  • kindness-matters

    I want to understand how someone who has been arrested a minimum of 4 times in the past 6 months, on charges such as shoplifting, super-speeding, DUI & reckless conduct, identity theft and manufacturing meth, just walks around town and gets plea deals and charges dropped or reduced? Someone know the answer to this? Is this the message that we really want to send…keep breaking the law, we’ll just smack you on the wrist and give you another chance, and another chance, and another chance, and another chance UNTIL that next DUI kills someone, or the meth lab blows up and kills someone, or your speeding and recklessness kill someone. When that happens, will this person get another plea deal and the ones who have let him off before stand trial…since they are the reason he is on the streets???? What about pointing guns at people and threatening them? How is that okay? Wow, just when you are “impressed” by our judicial system putting a child molestor away for life…here comes the story of this 18 year old menace to society and once again the faith in our judicial system is washed away in filth! So very sad!

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