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 ........... "--z -z-- ........... z7 ...................................................................................... iLxE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 2002 Classified Bargains - Pages 9-11A Let&apos;s Start Building Your Dream! f I Who Says You Can't Have Your Cake & Eat It Too? Call or Come By To Find On! Custom Built Homes to Your Plans or Ours! . .-!! ?d8 ?rfes ald Oar (o!Isl;, ,5 ! :, Kw c,:i .U,,:, Oiht: ider.< 1-888-318-2553 Remodeling a specialty, no job too large. Call for quotes. www.sitebuiRhomes.com Waverly Haft, GA {7061 582-6024 l0I  3327 Vineville Ave. Cat, Macon, 6A 31204 Stephanie Ward = -.=m,-- (478} 405-2311 II I I III I I Court Docket Packed in HogansviUe Continued From Page 1A • Fred Thomas Fincher, III was charged with a seat- belt violation and no proof of insurance. A bench warrant was issued. • Charles 'vV. Gamble, Jr., charged with speeding, was fined $115.00. • Dannie M. Godfrey was fined $91.50 for no brake lights and $41.00 for driving with an expired license. Godfrey could not pay and was taken to jail. .Allison Nicole Gresham was found guilty of speeding and fined $187.50. • Bettye Jean Griffin vio- lated the leash law and was fined $155.00 and sentenced to six months probation. • Carlton Bernard Griffin was fined $187.50 for speed- ing. • Michael Justin Gribble was found guilty of speeding and fined $140.00. • Jason Hannah was charged with driving while unlicensed. The case was con- tinued to Oct. 10. • Kristina Neill Harmers was charged with shoplifting. The case was continued to WE'RE NOT JUST ANOTHER BROKER! #, RATES AT A 5 YEAR LOW! CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBT AND SAVE UP TO $2000 PER IVlONTH -  AMOUNT 575% 5.25% $70000 $40850 $56271 .... $90000 $52521 $72348 $110,000 $641 93 $884,26 APR 6495% 5.675% 900% $202.85 • $30.000 $30428. $50 000 $405.71 ' APR 10.45% !Call Joe Kennedy ;, AMOUNT $20000 LOANS AV#JLABLE TO SELFPLOYED BORROWERS BTH NO TAX RETURNS NEEDED, ₯ LOANS ESPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR SLOW CRE BORROWERS ₯ 1 TO BUYORER$₯VKO/S All Applications Accepted Applications Taken By Phone Oct. 10. .Kathy Diane Harris was charged with violation of the leash law. A bench warrant was issued. • James'lper, St., who was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign, was fined $155.00 and sentenced to 12 months probation. Harper was also charged with oper- ating a vehicle without a valid tag. He was fined $123.75 and sentenced to 12 months pro- bation on this charge. • Christopher D. Helton was fined $91 ..50 for noise vio- lation, $155.00 for failure to appear; also, three days com- munity service. • Leandro Herbert Hernandez was charged with speeding and failed to appear. • Cindy Neal Johnson was found guilty of operating a vehicle without a valid tag and fined $76.50. • Daniel B. Kendzierski was fined $76.50 for disre- garding a stop sign. • Aleksander Kuznich was charged with speeding and failed to appear. • Cicley Akweti Lakes was charged with violation of child restraint and fined $38.00. • Andrew Jackson McDowell was charged with defective equipment. The case was continued to Oct. 10. McDowell was also charged with reckless driving and fined $15.00. • Christopher L. McCullough was fined $15.00 for seatbelt violation. • Kaley Elizabeth McLaughlin was fined $115.00 for speeding. • Bennie Lee Mitchell was fined $415.00 and sentenced to 12 months probation for no proof of insurance. • Mitchell Kimsey Parham failed to stop at a rail- road crossing and was fined $217.50. • William G. Parker was charged with no proof of insurance. A bench warrant was issued. • Robert Joseph Peek was fined $76.50 for noise viola- tion. • Robert Joseph Peek, III was fined $14.00 for no license on person. • Anwar Nakin Philpot was found guilty of failure to signal and no proof of insur- ance. He was fined $114.50. • Nancy Carmen Polk was charged with driving while license was suspended, sec- ond offense. The case was continued to Oct. 10. • Jessica Ann Hayes was fined $15.00 for seatbelt vio- lation. • Natasha Nicole Ogletree was fined $76.50 for improp- er passing. • Joanna Lyn Rainwater, who was charged with oper- ating a vehicle without a valid tag, failed to appear. • Peneka MicheUe Reeves was fined $30.00 for two counts of seatbelt violation. • Jana Marie Robbins was charged with disregarding a stop sign. The case was con- tinued to Oct. 10. • Celene Renee Rosser was fined $50.00 and sen- tenced to 12 mohths proba- tion for violation of child restraint. Reeves was also fined $415.00 and sentenced to 12 months probation for no proof of insurance and $123.7S and 12 months pro- bation for operating a vehi- cle without a valid tag. • Tammy Ulesia Rosser was found guilty of theft by shoplifting, second offense, less than six months. Rosser was sentenced to 12 months probation, 10 days jail, 10 days community service, fined $1,275.00 and banned from Piggly Wiggly. • Tony Wayne Samples, Jr., charged with speeding, was fined $11S.00. Samples was also fined $76.50 for hav- ing an expired tag. • Adam Marshall Smith was fined $38.00 for no proof of insurance and $76.00 for seatbelt violation (two counts). • Robbi Aron Stanton was clmrged with speeding and failed to appear. • Karen Fay Stitcher was fined $15.00 for seatbelt vio- latiorL • Arthur Strong, Jr., charged with D.U.I. Strong was fined $880.00, sentenced to 12 months probation, 24 hours credit time served, and five days community service. • Belinda Elaine Tigner, child safety restraint viola- tion, was fined $38.00. • Jerry L. Tigner was fined $15.00 for seatbelt vio- lation. • Brian H. Truitt was fined $91.50 for speeding. Truitt was also fined $91.50 for driv- ing while tmli. • Jeremy Shaun "ltmalin, noise violation, fined $76.50. • Ross Adam Wallace was charged with speeding and failed to appear. • Darin E. Wandless was fined $38.00 for no proof of insurance and $76.00 for two counts child restraint viola- tiorL • Joey Williamson was fined $76.50 for operating a vehicle without a valid tag and $14.00 for driving with no license on person. • Todd James Winhoven was fined $76.50 for speed- • Jonahhan Thomas Wolfe was fined $76.50 for noise vio- lation. • Princess Loretta J. Woods was found guilty of speeding and fined $115.00. • Allen L. Woodson was charged with speeding and failed to appear. • Gary Wayne WhiR, tire requirements and driving on a suspended license. The cases were continued to Oct. 10. • Alfred Adams, Jr., speeding and failure to appear, license was suspend- ed. • Stephen Alan Anader was found guilty of seatbelt violation and failure to appear. His license was sus- pended. • Willisa Shynara Barney, speeding and failure to appear. License was sus- pended. • Kristopher Garrett: Brand had his license sus- pended for seatbelt violation and failure to appear. • Joshua Montae Foster was charged with speeding and failure to appear. His license was suspended. • Thomas Alexander Frezell had his license sus- pended for speeding and fail- ure to appear. • Steve Byron Heard was charged with seatbelt viola- tion and failure to appear. His license was suspended. • LV. Miller, III was fined $115.00 for speeding, owes $145.00 failure to appear charge, and had his license suspended. • April Ann Naylor, who was charged with speeding and failure to appear, had her license suspended. • Kerri Elaine Nelson had her license suspended for seatbelt violation and failure to appear. • Margaret Alice Novak was fined $260.00 for speed- ing and failure to appear. • Sarah Alicia Palmer was charged with no brake light, failure to appear and no proof of insurance. Her license was suspended. • Terry Philpot failed to stop at a stop sign and failed to appear. His license was sus- pended. .....  ........ Have Tips? Troup County investiga- tors are asking for your help in locating the person(s) that stole two four-wheelers. The first four-wheeler was stolen between September 1Sth and 22nd at a residence on Hogansville Road. color, val- ued at $1,500.00. If you have any informa- tion about these or any crimes, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 812-1000. 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