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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVIIJ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 2002 • LESS THAN PERFECT CREDIT WELCOME • MAKE ALL SELECTIONS FROM OUR SHOWROOM "ONE STOP SHOP" " QUALIFIED BUYERS CAN GET IN I ?:i ? , f * i Έ 305 Old Roanoke Rd. • LaGrange, GA 30240 2 WATER SLIDES AND SWIMMING POOL I [Monday - Saturday - 10:00 a.m. till 6:00 p.m. Sunday - 1:00 p.m. till 6:00 p.m. • -- Admission Prices , .:s z I &,s  I All Day $10.00 I co o,,=- Birthday Parties (15 Children):$90.O0 I I One Grandparent Free with Paying Child I I Group Rates (non-profit) .OO each , ALL DAY ADMISSION, IIlllllll i i r,E VZ Court Docket Packed to the Continued From Page I '99 Honda Pa.port EX 89/70 and ordered to attend defensive driving school within 30 days. • Bonita Carol Burke was charged with speeding 49135 and fined $76.50. • Kenneth H. Campbell, Jr. was charged with viola- tion of the leash law. The case has been continued to June 13. • Leslie Grace Carnley was charged with speeding 85/70 and fined $115.00. • Christine Chandler was charged with speeding 90/70, failed to appear and a war- rant was issued. • Timothy Ray Cook was charged with speeding 70155 and fined $115.00. • James T. Cooper was also charged with speeding 89/70 and fined $115.00. • Maranda Lynn Dorsey was found guilty of driving with no proof of insurance and fined $28.00. • Roger Dextra was charged with headlights required, and no proof of insurance. A bench warrant was issued for his arrest. NOPROBLE :. Ranger XLT Seper Ca 4Au 6C!. Loaded ...... APPUCATIONS APPROVED! on select ll i| Inl 1i I Available 7 Days A Week CALL ANGELA 706-883-3475 or DEBBIE 706-883-3483 1-800-741-2512 Ext. 205 OR 204 WWW.DANRIC.COM INFO @ DANRIC.COM:EMAIL Dan-Ric Homes • Juan Carlos Diaz was found guilty of speeding 93/70 and fined $140.00. • Talibah Shante Durham, charged with speeding 89/70, failed4Q appear. A warrant was issue& • Vicki Richardson Durham was found guilty of speeding 85/70 and fined $115.00. • Tyrone Fitten was found guilty of driving on an expired license and received a warning, plus 12 months probation. Fitten was also charged with fleeing, attempting to elude, and was fined $675.00 and sentenced to 12 months probation on the charge. • Nicole Wynett Ford was charged with speeding 50/25 and fined $115.00. • Anthony Royricus Gates was found guilty of disre- garding a stop sign and fined $155.00 plus 12 months pro- bation. Gates was also found guilty of violation of child restraint law and fined $15.00 plus 12 months probation. • Calvin Lamar Gates failed to stop at a railroad crossing and fined $217.50. • Wayne Lamar Gay was convicted of shoplifting and fined $675.00 plus 12 months probation. • Gregory Alexander George was found guilty of speeding 86/70 and fined $115.0o. • Tjuanna Nekeil Griffin, found guilty of driving on a suspended license, was fined $1275.00 and sentenced to 12 months probation. • Kenneth Martin Gray guilty of speeding and failure to appear, had his license sus- pended. • Michelle Lynn Hail, fail- tire to stop at a railroad cross- ing, was fined $217.50. • Steven Scott Hail, fail- ure to stop at a stop sign, fined $76.50. • Jason Thomas Harden, speeding 86/70, failed to appear and a warrant was issued. • Cassandra H, found guilty of driving with no proof of insurance, was fined to stop for a stop sign and fined $76.50. *Cahlan Dain Janney failed to stop for a stop sign. He failed to appear and a war- rant was issued. *Brandon James Kent was convicted of public drunkenness. Kent was fined $480.00 and must attend AA meetings in 90 days. .Sarah Jane Marchand was fined $115.00 for speed- ing 89/70. -Elijah D. Merrero was charged with noise violation and fined $76.50. .Gregory Martin, speed- ing 85/70, fined $115.00. .Ralph T. Mattingly was charged with DUI, hit and run and driving on a suspended license, second offense. The cases have been bound over to State Court. ,,Robin McMillian was charged with having an expired tag and fined $76.50. She was also charged with failure to stop at a stop sign and fined $76.50. .Bradley Wade Melton was found guilty of speeding 87/70 and fined $115.00. *Terrance D. Middlebrooks was charged with speeding 88/70 and fail- ure to appear. His license was suspended. *Brandon Lee Miller, found guilty of failure to stop at a stop sign, was fined $76.50. *Janice S. Montgomery, charged with speeding 53/35, is to attend defensive driving school. *Eboni Chanae Oden was found guilty of speeding and failure to appear and fined $2.oo. oVaiorie Lynn Peralta, speeding 90/70, continued to June 13th. *Terry Philpot failed to stop at a stop sign and is to attend defensive driving school. .Patricia A. Pinkerston disregarded a stop sign and failed to appear. A warrant was issued. ,David Alan Pickens was charged with DUI and weav- ing. The case was bound over atter arate case found and fined $155.00. *Tammy Ulesi was charged with ! shoplifting continued to June -Willie Davis failed to stop at a and must attend driving school in 30! -Edward Ryan charged with and failure to license suspended. -Timothy Sammons was ance. He was and sentenced to probation. oKristi Lynn charged with for a railroad case has been June 13. • Larry Lewis charged with an turn, must attend driving school. • Tonya Carter charged with vehicle without a was fined $76.50. also charged with stop for a sign $76.50 and s fined $140.00. ,James charged with s and expired tag, appear and a issued. • Miles Jason guilty of fined $115.00. ,Preston was found guilty of 90/70 and fined i charged with 13. • Scot Marshall found and fined $140.00. *Timothy found guilty of tive equipment $76.50. .Carrie, was found guilty of 89/70 and fined $675.00 and sentenced to 12 to State Court. ,J, *Jennifer Jane Haynes, was :tl with pcblic fined $t40.00,- speeding 89/70, was fined $z15.oo. • Sharon Marie Higginbottom was charged with speeding 86/70. She failed to appear and a war- rant was issued. • Sandra D. Hill, charged with failure to signal, was required to attend defensive driving school within 30 days. • Adam Lee Holcombe, who was charged with noise violation, was fined $76.50. *Wolf gang Karl Huber was found guilty of speeding 87/70 and fined $115.00. • Lawrence Jackson failed drunkenness and fined $545.00 plus six months pro- bation. • Clinton IC Reeves failed to stop at a stop sign and was fined $76.50. Also he was con- victed with driving with an expired tag and fined $76.50. • Dawn Marie Reynolds failed to stop at a stop sign. She was fined $76.50. • Stephen John Rhodes, speeding 87/70, fined $115.00. • Robbie R. Robinson was found guilty of shoplifting and fined $350.00 plus 12 months probation and must *Orias charged failed to appear. A was issued. • John Leuis found guilty of and fined $142.50. • Stephen L. found guilty of 91/70, was fined *Garnett tag light $59.25. Also, required, months probation proof insurance, $415.00 and 12 bation ..... AWANA CLUB - Pictured above are some of the AWANA Club member Hogansville First Baptist Church following their awards banquet recently. Police Investigate Theft Continued From Page I Finch said he was busy up front and gave Thomas the keys. He said he went to the office at approximately 4:15 p.m., re-opened the safe and noticed immediately that some money was missing. He said he recounted the money which then came up short. Officer Johnny Lockard and Investigator Guy Spradlin responded to the call and searched inside and out- nothing. Thomas was come to the police ' an interview afterwards, the money. Reports Thomas the money was.