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Oconee Sheriff's Office Crime Report

A highlight of incidents reported during the week of April 13-April 20.

The following information was gathered from Oconee County Jail booking reports and incident reports:

  • Deputies responded to 1130 Pleasant Hill Road on April 13 after a resident reported a burglary.  $1,300 in cash and a wedding ring were allegedly stolen.
  • On April 15, Kunal Shanker Sinha, 19, of 1141 Bishop Point in Athens was arrested and charged with DUI, underage possession of alcohol, and headlight requirements.
  • Dawn Iris Hurst, 53, of 3296 Windgate Drive in Buford was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting on April 15.
  • Kenneth Tirelle McBride, 24, of 3278 Flat Shoals in Decatur was arrested and charged with financial ID fraud on April 15.
  • On April 19, Christopher Oneil Norman, 19, of 1110 Moreland Drive was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.
  • 19-year-old Kelsey Elizabeth Latimer, 19, of 1151 Elder Heights Drive was arrested and charged with simple possession and a tag light citation.
  • On April 19, Joshua Ely Thomas, 18, of 1020 Daniels Court was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana.
  • Candy Ann Priest, 49, was booked at the Oconee County Jail on April 19 on one charge of criminal trespass.
  • Michael David Lanard, 23, of 1081 Hardigree Bell Road was arrested and charged with theft by receiving stolen property on April 19.
  • On April 20, Timothy Don Quarles, 26, of 1050 Timber Mill Run was arrested and charged with battery, criminal trespass, and cruelty to children.
  • Amir Houssain Noori, 20, of 1245 Greatwood Manor in Alpharetta was booked at the Oconee County Jail on charges of possession of a schedule IV substance, possession of marijuana, and failure to maintain lane on April 20.
  • Tammy Lynn Legaspi, 34, of 171 Christmas Circle was arrested and charged with simple battery on April 20.
  • On April 20, Seth Coy Walsh, 18, of 1111 B Pebblestone Drive was arrested and charged with simple battery.

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