Cowetans arrested in Peachtree City

The following arrest bookings of Coweta County residents were listed in the Peachtree City Jail.

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.

September 2

• Branda Tallant, 59, Sharpsburg, DUI

September 4

• Adrian L. Lopez, 26, Newnan, driving without license, obstructing intersection September 5

• Orlando B. Bailey, 48, Senoia, VOP

September 6

• Kristin Burgess, 31, Senoia, theft by taking

September 7

• Jorge Fernando Gonzalez-Trujillo, 27, Senoia, aggravated assault, terroristic threats, possession of a firearm during commission of a crime, contributing to delinquency of a minor, child cruelty third degree September 8

• Felipe DeJesus Martinez- Gonzalez, 23, Senoia, removing/altering property identification September 11

• Ray David Baker, 30, Newnan, VOP

September 12

• James Realbuto, 34, Palmetto, seatbelt violation, possession of marijuana September 17

• Erin E Carrelas, 24, Newnan, suspended/revoked license September 18

• Isaiah Smith, 20, Newnan, VOP

September 20

• Shannon Hobbs, 42, Sharpsburg, suspended/ revoked license, expired tag, removing/affixing license plates, no proof of insurance

• Joshua McCready, 25, Sharpsburg, suspended license, resisting officer September 23

• Aaron Rushton, 23, Newnan, possession of marijuana, FTML

September 25

• Michael S. Ellis, 22, Newnan, suspended/revoked license September 26

• Craig B . Newll, 47, Newnan, check fraud

September 28

• Brandon B. Jackson, 20, Newnan, VOP

• Sylvia Sanchez-Abrego, 55, Newnan, theft by receiving

• Grant Samuel Patterson, 23, Newnan, DUI-less safe, impeding flow of traffic, FTML , reckless driving, expired registration.


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