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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVILLE HERALD - THURSDAY..APRIl_, 24, 2014 Advertise with us! Call 706-846- 3188 DANIEL, HADDEN, & ALFORD, P.C. SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY [fyou have been turned down for social security disabil- ity benefits, we may be able to help. We have over 20 'ears experience in getting social security benefits approved. Please call Peter T. Alford or Joseph Knight for a free consultation. (706) 882-9261 202 N. Lewis St. LaGrange, GA 30240 PLAN B - Callaway Elementary School teachers do not let the rain stop the learningor the fun. Students in 3rd grade classes searched inside the building for eggs filled with CRCT test prep questions. After groups of students answered the questions they had to follow directions to locate the next set of eggs. Shown here are 3rd graders Ryan Clendenin, Trinity Banks, and Kollin Quarles from Ms. Amanda Moncus' class. Troup County Sheriff's News * Investigators with the Tcoup County Sheriffs Office are asking for your assistance fi regards to recent burgla- Ides. Over the last several weeks four burglaries have occurred in the south-west part of Troup County. Investigators have not identified any suspects at this 1ne but they do have two vehi- cles of interest. The first is a mid-90's model Lincoln Town Car, gold or tanin color withan unknown Alabama tag driven by a white male and a white female p- iir and  ti ;eiiicle is a dark in color full size truck with a short bed, unknown driver. I f you have any informa- tion on this please contact our Investigators at 706-883-1616 or Crime Stoppers at 706-812- 1000. Investigators with the Troup County Sheriff's Office working in conjunction with the Harris County Sheriff's Office and Lanett Police have charged Joshua Calhoun age 32, of Lanett, Alabama with one count of Felony Theft by  Taking and additional theft related charges. During an investigation in regards to a theft of a motor- cycle Wailer from a residence on Roanoke Road, investiga- tors were contacted by anoth- er agency regarding informa- tion on this trailer. During a search of the sus- pect's residence, Investigators discovered additional stolen property from other locations and are in the process of returning that to the owners. Calhoun is cur- rently in the Harris County jail facing similar charges. On April 18, at around 2 a.m., Deputies with the Troup County Sheriff's Office respond- ed to the area of 1400 S. Davis Rd. (Diverse Power) Steed in regards to a theft that had pos- sibly just occurred. When responding units arrived in the area a suspect was located close to the prop- erty and matched the descrip- tion given to them by the wit- ness of the theft. Deputies arrested Benjamin Steed, 34 years of age, of Manchester, Georgia and charged with two counts of Burglary in the second degree. Investigators were able to determine that Steed and other suspects committed numerous thefts and burgla- ries at locations that contained different types of metals. The group would then take the stolen items to various recy- cling centers and redeem them for U.S. currency. Steed will be charged with at least five counts of Burglary in the second degree and he remains in the Troup County jail with- out bond. Additional suspects and charges are still being sought at the time of this release. Investigators with the Troup County Sheriff's Office have recovered thousands of dollars' worth of stolen firearms and other items relat- ed to numerous | residential bur- glaries that had occurred on the wc,ste.rn side of Troup County. These Kelly crimes had been occurring for the last few months u n t i 1 Investigators were ,able to develop suffi- Stinson cient evidenceto bring charges in these numerous cases. Investigators arrested Joseph B. Kelly, age 20 of Chambers County, Alabama and Tevin J. Stinson, age 20, of Lee County, Alabama and they have been charged with seven counts each of Burglary 1st Degree and one count each of Attempted Burglary of res- idence. Kelly is currently in the Troup County jail await ing a bond hearing. Tevin Stinson was released under a $40,000.00 bond. Investigators also networked with the  County Sheriff's Office and were able to arrest and charge Craig Stinson, age 21 of Lee County, Alabama with two counts of Felony Theft by Receiving Stolen Firearms. This investigation is ongo- ing and additional charges are pending. On March 31 at 4:52 am, deputies responded to a resi- dence on East Mount Zion Church Road in regards to a burglary that had just occurred. Once on scene it was determined that a male sus- pect armed with a shotgun con- frontedpeople inside the home and pointed his weapon at them, as he demanded money. Children and adults were both inside the residence the time of this incident. The suspect fled the home prior to the arrival of responding units. During the investigation it was determined that the sus- pect was a John Deon Grady, 46 years of age, of LuthersviUe. Investigators were able to apprehend him later in the day he is current- ly in the Troup County Jail charged with Criminal Attempt Armed Robbery, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Burglary 1st. Degree. This incident is still currently under investi- gation and further charges are pending. Congratulations! Michael Baker We are so very proud of you// Love You... Dad and Mum Congratulations! Shelia Cooper We are so very proud of you!! Love You... Dad and Mum HONOR YOUR GRADUATE... Congratulations! Shelia Cooper Class of 2014/ We are proud of you. With Love... Dad and Mum Thank you for the memories and BEST WISHES for the future. Shelia Cooper Centra/ High Class of 2014! With Love... Dad, Mum, Kylie, Steve, Granddad and Grandma