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[ .......... PAGE 2-A CourtDoc Continued From Page 1A turning. *Lori Ellen Chapman was l fined $14.00 for driving with- ll out license on person. *Angela Price Copeland was charged with speed- ing/FTA and fined $260.00. *Larry D. Cotton was charged with seatbelt viola- tion and driving on a sus- pended license. The cases were continued to Nov. 14. *Larry Donnell Cotton, Jr. was charged with noise via- PAGE 2-A HoGu&apos;svmta HOME Nmvs - THURSDAY, OCT. 31, 2002 2, tort Docket in Hogansville Filled With Wide Range of lation. He received a warn- ing and six months probation. Cotton was found guilty of speeding and fined $155.00. *Stantwant Crawford was found guilty of two counts of seatbelt violation and freed $30.00. *Tammy D. Cram was fined $76.50 for disregarding a stop sign. *Angela Lee Crews was charged with seatbelt viola- tion and failed to appear. *William Christopher Dearon as charged with speeding 85/70 and failed to appear. *Alfred English, Jr., charged with speeding 85/70 and failure to appear, had his license suspended. *Joshua Montae Foster was fined $285.00 for speed- ing 90/70 and failure to appear. *Ben Ormond Fuller was fined $59.75 and sentenced to 12 months probation for head- light requirement. Fuller was also charged with seatbelt violation and fined $15.00 RE-ELECT Tommy Irvin Commissioner of Agriculture Protecting Georgia consumers, fighting for Georgia farmers Proven leadership - eco;r=cJ r,,: o:n,,l]y as an industry leader. 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POTENTIAL 5 BDR, 3 BATH. 2 DEN LESS THAN PERFECT CREDIT WELCOME EVEN Chapter 13 & Chapter 7 BANKRUPTCY / Moen Fixtures ,z Cultured Marble Vanity Tops ,/10 Year RWC Warranty #' Auto Garage Door Openers Available / Garden Tubs Available 4 FHA/VA Approved Available 7 Days A Week CALL ANGELA 706-883-3475 or SHEILA 706-883-3483 TODAY for More Information & your FREE Pre-Quallflcatlon Check out the NEW www.danric.com plus 12 months probation. On a no proof of insurance charge, Fuller was fined $675.00 and sentenced to 12 months probation. *lvid Richard Gidden was charged with disregard- mga stop sign and failed to appear. *Don Lamar Gilman was fined $15.00 for seatbelt vio- lation. *Allison Nicole Gresham was freed $187.50 for speed- mg 92/70. *Richard Douglas Grissett failed to stop at a stop sign and was freed $76.50. *Donald Hammett was fined $15.00 for seatbelt vio- lation. *Kristma Neill Harmers was charged with theft by shoplifting. A bench warrant was issued. *Jason Lee Hannah was charged with driving while unlicensed. He was freed $415.00, sentenced to 12 months probation and is to take the license exam in 30 days. .Jimmie Iuis Harris was charged with disorderly conduct. Harris was fined $425.00, sentenced to six months probation and five days community service. *Kathy Dianne Harris was credited for time served - 4 days confinement for dogs running at large, leash law. *Leandro Herbert Hernandez was charged with speeding 94/70 and failure to appear. His license was sus- pended. *Carl A. Hester was fined $15.00 for seatbelt violation. *Hanna Hewett was charged with speeding 52/35. The case was continued to Nov. 14. *Larry W. Hicks was fined $217.50 for disregarding a railroad crossing. *Andrew Paul Ill was fined $123.75 for failure to signal. *Paul L Hill was charged with speeding 45/25 and attempting to elude. The case was continued to November 14. *Beverly Glenn Hunter was fined $30.00 for two counts of seatbelt violation. *Gregory Emmanuel Johnson was freed $76.50 for speeding 81/70. *Zerak C. Jackson was charged for consuming alco- holic beverage m a motor vehicle and failed to appear. *Cablan Dain Janney was fined $15.00 for seatbelt vio- lation. Janney was also fined $76.50 for disregarding a stop sign. *Rodney Janney was charged with disregarding a stop sign and the case was continued to Nov. 14. *Cody Bernard Jones was charged with seatbelt viola- Uon and failed to appear. *Kenneth Leroy Keyton was fined $38.00 for no proof of insurance. Keyton was also fined $15.00 for seatbelt vio- lation. *Martha Ann Lacy was fined $415.00 and sentenced to 12 months probation for no proof of insurance. *Alicia Arzaza Lindsey was fined $15.00 for seatbelt violation and $76.50 for fail- tire to stop for a stop sign. *Gilliand Rose Ledet was charged with speeding 91/70 and failed to appear. *Herman Lee Lynch was fined $15.00 for seatbelt vio- lation. *Malinda Clinton Mauldm was charged with driving while license was sus- pended. The case was contin- ued to Nov. 14. *Titus Dale Mayes was charged with DUI alcohol and tag light requirement. The cases were continued to Nov. 14. *Clarence L. Moore was freed $115.00 for speeding 50135. *Burns Manfield Mosely was charged with failure to stop for a stop sign. He failed to appear m court. *Christopher tee Murrell was fined $76.50 for disre- garding a stop sign. *Charlie L. Neese, Jr. was charged with an expired tag. He received a warning and three months probation. *Michael Shane Naurs was fined $38.00 for no proof of in_surance. *Michael Terry Norwood was charged with disregard- mg stop sign. The case was continued to Nov. 14. *Abdoulkafour A. Olhaye was fined $140.00 for speed- mg 90/70. *Clinton Terry Pointer was charged with tag light requirement, open container, windshield required, and DUI alcohol. All cases were continued to Nov. 14. *Cecil Wmfred Parker was freed $76.50 for failure to stop at a stop sign. *Lazira Marie Perrflloux failed to appear on a charge of speeding 9LrT0. *David G. Pike was charged with DUI. The case was continued to Nov. 14. *Richard Grady Pike was charged with DUI, tag light requirement. The cases were continued to Nov. 14. *Nancy C. Polk was charged with driving while license was suspended, sec- ond offense. The case was bound over to State Court. *Joanna Lynn Rainwater was fined $91.50 for operat- ing a vehicle without a valid tag. *Jarvis S. Reese was fined $76.50 for tag light require- ment. *Jana Marie Robbms failed to appear on a charge of disregarding a stop sign. *Rabble Robinson was fined $59.25 for improper tag. Robinson received a warning and three months for tag light requirement. *Horace Sanders freed $15.00 for seatbelt lation. *Janice Sanders fined $155.00 for t an unlicensed *Mark Allen Scott charged with running a light and fined $76.50. *Daniel Georg was charged with over roadway and $76.50. *Russell Sim son, III charged vdth im ing and fined $155.00. *Johnnie C. Star charged with failure to for a stop sign and was $76.50. *Pamela marie Ste was fined $15.00 for requirement. *Aldrecol was charged with 40/25. The case was ued to Nov. 14. *Gregor) was charged with *Ross Adam Wallace charged with speeding and failure to appear. license was suspended. *Gary Wayne Whitt fined $91.50 and 12 probation for tire ments. He was also $1275.00, sentenced to months probation and hours confinement for ing on a suspended license, *Marcus Walker was charged speeding 75/40. The bound over to State Court. *Leon Demetrius was charged with failure stop for a stop sign, mg a vehicle without The cases were continued! Nov. 14. *Cecil Arl Williams charged The case was continued Nov. 14. *Heather K. Yelder charged with driving license was revoked. was freed $1275.00, tenced to 12 months tion and 48 hours ' ment. charged with speeding failure to appear and $221.50. *Timmie Lee Clark fined $3075.00, 12 probation, 10 days ty service and 20 days finement for driving his license was suspended t revoked. Clark $1375.00 for V.G.C.S.A. - *Genella S. Russell fined $76.50 for disre a stop sign. Russell was fined $38.00 for no proof insurance. *Edward Otis freed $123.75 for failure stop for a stop sign, for no proof of insurance $155.00 for failure LARRY RICH NISSAN E: *0Y95 oF 220 Temple P W, bm   to de bm tlz eber  am't, so evea if yoa've be &diaed by 0flzer stores ia   -    NAVE AlPl IN 30 NINES1" 'in most inst. "Pictures are for illustration