Arrests for March 27-March 30

Published 6:41 pm Friday, March 30, 2012

The following arrests and citations, a list of those occurring between March 27 and March 30, have been reported by the Decatur County Jail and Bainbridge Public Safety:
• Melissa Michelle Masters, 36, 1096 Yates Spring Road, Bainbridge, obstruction of an officer (misdemeanor), SO;
• Latrice Ann Nundra, 28, 108 S. Sims St., Bainbridge, financial transaction card fraud (seven counts), SO;
• Billy Earl Rainey, 50, Atlanta, Ga., DUI, tag light illumination required, SO;
• Randy Bernard Wright, 36, Stone Mountain, Ga., driving without a license, BPS.

The following is a list of arrests, occurring between March 21-27, as reported by the Decatur County Jail. These are the arrests that were previously unavailable due to computer problems at the Sheriff’s Office. The list provided to The Post-Searchlight did not contain addresses or the arresting agency.

• Xavier Benton, 25, possession of cocaine;
• Laura Beauman, 31, bench warrant—on charge failure to appear;
• Jeremy Glenn, 27, possession of controlled substance;
• Willie Seward, no age, speeding, no insurance;
• George Carlton, 58, criminal damage to property;
• Bradley Jones, 37, driving on suspended license;
• Dena McClendon, 41, probation violation—original charge forgery in the first degree;
• Felicia Ousley, 35, battery (Family Violence Act);
• Arthur Collier, 28, DUI, child endangerment, child restraint violation;
• Douglas Cunningham, 37, DUI, reckless conduct, violation of Georgia’s “Move Over” law;
• Stantonio Thomas, 22, DUI, possession of marijuana;
• Felipe Diaz, 18, speeding, no insurance, driving without a license, suspended registration;
• Daryll Overton, 23, DUI, speeding, failure to dim headlights, possession of marijuana, possession of drug-related objects, reckless conduct;
• Derrick Battle, 28, contempt of court;
• Bradly Allen, 38, contempt of court (child support);
• Cathy McSwain, 38, deposit account fraud (three counts);
• Marcus Roberts, 28, probation violation — original charge theft by receiving stolen property.

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