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Oconee Docket Book Dec. 31, 2012- Jan. 6, 2013

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.

Jan. 6

  • Mary Elizabeth Evans, 36, of Athens, was charged with failure to appear and probation violation.

Jan. 5

  • Marcelo Marrero, 46, of Jefferson, was charged with theft by shoplifting.
  • Michelle Pace Funderbunk, 41, of Jefferson, was charged with theft by shoplifting.
  • Amy Jo Berg, 39, was transferred from the Clarke County Jail on a charge of probation violation.
  • Coleman Bryant Thurston, 19, of Watkinsville, was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and possession of a fake ID.
  • Liset Del Carmen Cuellar, 33, of Winder, was charged with driving while unlicensed.
  • Narciso Garcia Padilla, 44, of Watkinsville, was charged with driving while unlicensed.

Jan. 4

  • William Curtis Bradford, 36, of Watkinsville, was charged with obstruction of law enforcement and possession of cocaine.
  • Jeffery Glen Thornton, 48, of Bogart, was charged with simple battery family violence.

Jan. 3

  • Timothy Mitchell Rowland, 26, of Danielsille, was charged with probation violation.
  • Matthew Shawn Aremntrout, 32, of Athens, was charged with driving without a license.
  • Devonnttay Dibiase Pass, 18, of Bogart, was charged with no license and unregistered motor vehicle. 

Jan 2

  • Fernando Calderon, 31, of Athens, was charged with no license and no headlight.
  • Benjamin Thomas Fricks, 22, of Watkinsville, was booked as a sentenced inmate.
  • Bobbie Joan Bryant, 37, of Monroe, was charged with child support.

Jan. 1

  • Quantez D. Poole, 32, of Athens, was charged with driving while unlicensed and speeding.

Dec. 31

  • Justin Rogher Allen, 30, of Beech Island, South Carolina, was charged with driving on a suspended license and license plate misrepresented.

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