Cowetans arrested in Peachtree City

The following arrest bookings of Coweta County residents were listed by the Peachtree City Police Department. 

Violation of probation or parole is listed as VOP, violation of the Georgia controlled substance act is listed as VGCSA, failure to appear is noted as FTA, hold for other agency is listed as HOA, family violence act is listed as FVA, failure to maintain lane is listed as FTML and driving under the influence is abbreviated DUI.

All persons arrested, except those held by orders of the magistrate or those arrested for violation of probation, are released from custody after posting bond or paying a fine.

February 9

• Eugene Williams, 35, Newnan, VOP

February 20

• Michael Diedolf, 25, Newnan, DUI, FTML, open container, limited drivers permit

• Taylor Lee Pinyan, 21, Newnan, FTA

February 25

• Angela Nash, 28, Grantville, DUI drugs, FTML.

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