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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2002 Support Our Troops Callaway Qualifies for Track second in long jump; Crystal Reese - Assistant Football Coach By Ban Geter first in 400-meter and second in 800 weightlifter John Heard meter run; Jamie Rife - second in 3,200 Mark Murphy and Jeff Bugg Harris Coun ty Flea Market Open Every Saturday and Sunday Vendors Welcome 707-628-5033 No Charge in April 3905 Hudson Mill Rd. Cataula, Ga Watch For Signs PARK MEADOW APAR"MENTS l& 2 Bedr00m Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator ,.o Oporuml doesn't cost a thine ... Let us help you find that perfea dream home! Call any one of our agents. Emmett Askew .4 I. Joe Lee # Doug Spradlin Member of LaGrange and Georgia Multi-List 40 East Main St. Hocansville, GA 30230 706-637-8999 * -866-226-8683 Established 19 Y9 The Cotton Pickin' Fair A Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event May 4 & 5 Gay, Georgia 706-538-6814 www.cpfair.com I The Callaway Cavalietqualified for the state track and field totumament after finishing second in the $-AA meet Saturday. The top three teams advanced to the state meet May 2-4 in Albany. CaUaway had six girls to qualify in the state event. Rashaun Geter - second in discus; Crystal Ward - first in triple jump and meter run; and the 4X100 meter team of Suzanne Hollowell, Amanda Smith, Ward, Reese and Rife - second. Rife set two school records in the region tournament. Her times of 2:26.19 in the 800-meter run and 12:35 in the 3,200-meter run were both Lady Cavalier records. *In other sports news, Callaway to the win the USSA National Press Championship in 6. The three advances to championship in Atlanta in Heard a super-heavyweight, lbs., while Murphy, who pressed 385 lbs. and Bugg, who! 198 lbs lifted 485 lbs. Cocaine and Pot Arrest Made by Troup Deputies On April 19, around 7:15 p.m., agents with the Troup County Sheriff's Office Drug Unit went to 102 Horseshoe Bend, West Point, the home of Quayton Bernard Jackson, in reference to executing a search warrant after receiv- ing information that mari- juana and crack cocaine was being sold at the residence. While conducting surveil- lance of the residence, agents observed a black Dodge Ram pickup truck enter the drive- way where a white female, later identified as Tara Lee Ingrain, exited the vehicle. She then went to the front porch and briefly talked to Bernard Moss and an unknown black female, later identified as lVim._ha Mahalia Mathis. All three subjects entered the residence and shortly returned outside. Ingrain then left the location. Agents had a patrol deputy in the area stop the vehicle at which time Ingrain attempted to eat the marijua- na ($10.00 worth) that she later admitted bu.ng from Bernard Moss and Maisha Mathis. Upon executing the search warrant, agents found approximately one ounce of marijuana and nine rocks of crack cocaine in a pair of shorts in the bathroom. The shorts were the same that agents observed Maisha Mathis wearing at the time of the marijuana sale. Agents also found a crack pipe in a back bedroom of the resi- dence. Bernard Moss, Maisha Mathis, Tara Ingrain and Linda Moss were transport- ed to the Troup County jail. The reporting officer is Sgt. Rick White. The super- visor is IX. William Grizzard. U  . PLANTING - Walter Purgason of Corinth to plants. Purgason has planted more than 200 says he still has another 100 to plant.. He said Big Boy tomato but plants the Better Boy as well. Guilty Receive Variety of Fines in City for no proof of insurance, than one ounce. Whitt Continued From Page 1-A was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign and fined $76.50. ,Sharon Marie Higginbottom was charged with speeding 86/70. The case was continued until May 16. *Charlie H. Johnson was found guilty of speeding 39/25 and was fined $123.75 plus 12 months probation. Johnson was also charged with measurable content alcohol for which he was fined $795.00, 12 months probation and 10 days com- munity service; also no record of duty status, fined $285.00 plus 12 months pro- bation; and operating an unsafe com- mercial vehicle for which he was fined $975.00 and 12 months probation. *Brandon James Kent was charged with public drunkenness. The case was continued until May 16. *Morris Lewis was charged with fail- ure to maintain lane and D.U.I. The cases were continued until May 16. *Thomas Jeffery Martin was found guilty of failure to stop at a stop sign and fined $76.50. *Ralph T. Mattingly, who was charged with D.U.I., hit and run and drivifig while license suspended, 2nd offense, had these cases continued until May 16. *Billy Joe McGhee was found guilty of loitering and fined $220.00 plus six months probation. *Terrance D. Middlebrooks was charged with speeding 88/70. A Failure to Appear warrant was issued. .Marvin Lewis Patton was found guilty of speeding 97/70 and was fined $168.00. *Peggy F. Robinson was charged with failure to stop at a railroad cross- ing and fined $217.50. *Robbie Robinson was charged with theft by shoplifting. A Bench Warrant was issued. .Charles J. Sanders was fined $115.00 for speeding 51/35 and $38.00 *Robert Edward Savage, Sro was charged with driving on a suspended license and habitual violator. These cases were bound over to State Court. .Danny Jack Searels was charged with speeding 49/35 and fined $76.50. *Joshua T. Sherrer was found guilty of failure to stop for a stop sign and fined $76.50. *Tonya Carter Sherrer was charged with operating a vehicle without a valid tag. The case was continued until May 16. *Michael Allen Sparks was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign and fined $76.50. *Deidra C. Strickland was found guilty of several charges: child restraint, two counts, fined $50.00 and 12 months probation; child restraint, $50.00 fine plus 12 months probation; improper tag, warning issued, 12 months probation; driving without a valid license, fined $675.00 plus 12 months probation. *Dexter Bernard Swint was found ty of disregarding a railroad cross- ing and fined $217.50. *Scot Marshall Tway was charged with speeding 91/70. The case was con- tinued until May 16. -Lloyd E. Vanderprize was charged with D.U.I., and possession of marijua- na less than one ounce. A Bench Warrant was issued. *Henry Edward Veal was found guilty of speeding 60/40 and fined $140.00. *Michael T. Washington was found guilty of speeding 85/70 and fined $115.00. *James Aldin Weaver, who was found guilty of failure to stop at a stop sign, was fined $76.50. *Carrie Johnson Wheeler had her case continued until May 16 for speed- ing 89/70. *Gary Wayne Whitt, Jr., was found guilty of possession of marijuana less $1,73S.00, plus 12 months 10 days service. *Joyce Tyson Williams was, with speeding warrant was issued. guilty of speeding *Ko Chi Wo was ing 88/70 and fined $I15.00. *Andy Quinc] guilty of speeding 60140, $140.00. *Brandon Lee Worthy guilty of discharging and firearm, two counts and fined plus 12 months to serve four days p6r ty service until he is make restitution to through probation. *Kendrick Johnson, charged with speeding 88/70, license suspended. *Charlie S. Jones, speeding 88/70, had his license .' ed. *Aresha Selene Leflore guilty of speeding 86/70 and license suspended. *Eboni Chanse Oden was with speeding 88/70 and a Appear warrant was issued. *Rigoberto Marquez license suspended for *Edward Ryan had a Appear warrant issued for 91/70. *Charles Ray Sanders guilty of speeding 91/70 and license suspended. *Jennifer Michelle license suspended *William James Hixson guilty of speeding 84/70 $115.00. -William Jonathan Allen guilty of failure to use signal tenced to three days 5 FOR 3UST 39 NO CONTRACT, NO CREDIT CHECK, NO DEPOSIT A PRICE COMMtICATIONS CORPORATION Company Listed on the New York Stock Exchange - symbol PR 1 ricnom. xes, and omer fees iF, ay apply, see slorcs for details