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Oconee Docket Book Dec. 3 - 9, 2012

The following information was supplied by the Oconee County Sheriff's Office. An arrest does not mean a conviction.

The following information was supplied by the Oconee County Sheriff's Office. An arrest does not mean a conviction.

Dec. 9

  • Rachael Skipper, 27, of Watkinsville, was charged with public drunkenness and forgery in the 4th degree.
  • Whitney Arbogast Smith, 35, of Watkinsville, was charged with DUI.
  • Hayden Chandler Lewis, 17, of Brookview Court in Athens, was charged with aggravated battery.
  • Marques Steifon Maxwell, 20, of Marietta, was charged with underage possession of alcohol.
  • Auston Antonio Gantt, 18, of Bogart, was charged with underage possession of alcohol.
  • Jarred Daniel Taylor, 20, of Kennesaw, was charged with underage possession of alcohol.
  • Donald Conner Peterson, 17, of Bogart, was charged with underage possession of alcohol.  On Dec. 10 he was also charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer.
  • Shaquata Middlebrook, 23, of Athens, was charged with probation violation.

Dec. 8

  • Robert Justin Wade, 30, of Lawrenceville, was charged with failure to appear.
  • Kenny Howard Woodall, 54, of Newnan, was charged with probation violation.

Dec. 7

  • Willie James Faust, 57, of Winterville, was charged with probation violation.
  • Meshel Thomas, 43, of Winterville, was booked as a sentenced inmate and released on Dec. 9.
  • Brandon Scott Allen, 23, of Winder, was charged with theft by shoplifting.

Dec. 5

  • Anthony Ridings, 57, of Atlanta, was charged with suspended license and speeding.

Dec. 4

  • Neil Clifton Abney, 38, of Arnoldsville, was charged with DUI, open container, and improper passing.
  • Carlos Alberto Medina, 52, of Athens, was charged with criminal trespass.
  • John Wesley Townley, 22, of Watkinsville, was booked as a sentenced inmate and released the same day.

Dec. 3

  • Holly Michelle Eller, 48, of Athens, was charged with theft by shoplifting.

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