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December 5, 2002     The Hogansville Herald
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PAGE 8-A HOGANSVIU HOME NEws - THURSDAY, DEC. 5, 2002 Police Probe Waffle House Meal-Stealer By BRYAN GETER On Saturday night, November 23 around 10 p.m,, a white male and a black male entered the Waffle House located at 1615 Bass Cross Road and filled their bellys and walked out without paying. Trindi Coalson told police they ate $14.11 worth of food and drink and when it was time to pay, the black male walked outside. She said the white male said he had to get something out of the car and walked outside also. Reports states that Coalson did- n't see what type of vehicle the two left in and didn't recognize who they were. In a separate case, a Gilbertown, Al. man reported to police that he laid his wallet by accident on top of the change machine at the Hogansvflle Coin Laundry on Sunday, Nov. 24 around 6 p.m. David Lewis Adatn.working for a construction company, told police that a black female in her 20's with auburn hair, about 6 feet tall and weighed approximately 110 lbs. entered the laundry through the QUITE A WELCOME! - Serving a delicious meal at the grand opening of Community Bank & Trust were, front, Sissy Lowery, Rhiannon Rice and Kay Carlisle; back, John Thompson, Kelli Thompson, Lindsey Davis and Felicia Smith. GREAT SEASON- YelloW'Jackets football team U-8, front row, left to right, Nikel Martin, Tyrell Tigner, Evan Kidd, Patrick Strickland, Zachery Owen, Marquis Cosby; back row, left to right, Dawson Holloway, Chandler Wilkerson, Tyquadre Rosser, Jamie Cole, Christopher Martin, Timothy Barnes and Chuck kland. Not pictured: Zachery Owen, Evan Tucker and Coach Michael Stinson. back door and left the same way. A search of the area by police came up fruitless. The wallet con- tains $400, Adams said. In another incident, police are investigating an entering auto case that occurred between Nov. 21 and Nov. 22 between 9:30 p.m. and 10:.40 a.m. at Byars Antiques located at 307 S Highway 29. Owner Van Byars told police ao that someone entered diesel truck and took a cell valued at $100 and $3 with an expired credit card. Byars said he saw nothin missing. He said there was the doors or windows. Hogansville Investi Latimoor is investigating dent. Man Faces DUI Charg By BRYAN GETER A Hogansville man was arrested early Saturday ing on November 23 and charged with DUI, no ance and failure to maintain lane after being Hwy 100 headed toward Hogansvige. Police stated that he noticed that the van Hernandez, 33, of 431 Corinth Road was drivng ing. After stopping Hernandez, the officer said he strong odor of an alcoholic beverager about the" subject asked him to step out og the vehicle. Police said Hernandez was not steady on his feet his speech was blurred. He consented to take a breath test which read .11. Hernandez was transported to the Troup County In another incident, police found a 22 caliber under a house a 600 Main Street. Officer said he was looking for a subject Street when he noticed a door that leads under broken off. he said he looked under the house and saw the gun was unloaded, he said he took the gun because of the of the children. Property control was done, he added. The incident occurred early on Sunday morning. No injuries was reported after a accident involving vehicles occurred on Saturday, November 23 at 4:35 West Boyd Street. Larry Donneil Cotton, Jr. of 115 Ware Street told he was west bound on Elm St. and stopped at the Stop at the end of Elm Street. Then he said he pulled struck by Harold Lefrances Leslie of 700 N. Boyd. Cotton was cited for failure to yield after stop sign. aDce e offe 3 - Car Pileup en k)u an tell ) can Oh. Causes to- lVlll00:00 Bacl00p on Wvner fi 72-415 By BRYAN GETER A three-vehicle collision on Interstate 85 northbound near the Grantville exit in Meriwether County on Sunday caused a six-vehicle pileup. State patrol said traffic was backed up for 16 miles on the last day of the heavy holiday traveling. While traffic wasat anear stand-still, local troopers were called to five rear-end- ing collisions near the weigh station on 1-85 northbound - Police Issue 139 Citations in 13 miles from Grantvillee., BU' " E Troopers stud cars Wtlkqmedia stretched south from 106_846 weigh station for at 1 three more miles. . K YC '.COME, Only one person was lounti in the collisions. om th The GSP reported lawa! injuries across the state -- .v', -- ' 21 fatalities.  da' s No one died in Tr10:2TF County due to a coUisjon, i Last year, 17 died IIERIW1 Georgia roads during  a pc Thanksgiving holidays rflek to 1,015 were injured in 3, ptope crashes. d. $11 reported 7n 06-672 ItOUSE By BRYAN GETER The Hogansville Police Department were extreme- ly busy during the month of November answering anum- ber of calls. The calls included four assaults, five batteries, 29 disorderly conduct, 23 domestic violence, 22 thefts, seven burglaries, five eater- ing auto, 11 criminal tres- pass, one forgery, 36 assist motorists, 38 suspicious per- son, 23 suspicious vehicle, 11 noise complaints, 22 alarms and 108 escorts. Officers made 17 meanor arrests, one arrest and one during the month. Officers wrote 139 tic citations and 111 inRs during the same Police made 77 reports and six reports, State/bench were served to seven and one city/probation rant .was serve& Officers cited 24 for violation of the ordinance. Wolverines Additional The West Georgia Wolverines Wheelchair Team will have tryouts for the team in the HAVING A GOOD YEAR- Falcons cheedeading uad, kneeling, left to right, Mercedez Stitcher, Jessie Dollar, MacKenzie Smith, Gracebtn Hawk, Anna Marie Hemdon; middle row, left to right, Surner Hemdon, Courtney Maxwell, Talley Walker, Jessie White; back row, left to right, cheerleader advisor Kim Hemdon, Kaitlyn Gaddy, Holly Kimbrell, Megan Ramsey, Brooke Walker and cheerleader advisor Tammy Dollar. Springs Thursday, December 5th, at 5.0 p.m. If you have any kind of physical disability, can qualify to play. You can call Coach McIntyre at 655-3969 for marion or just come to the practice Thursday.