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Oconee Sheriff's Office Crime Report

A highlight of incidents reported during the week of April 7- April 14. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

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

  • On April 7 , Michael Dennis Starnes, 34, of 220 Stonehenge Way was booked at the Oconee County Jail on a burglary charge.
  • Megan Diane Walls, 40, of Rays Church Road was arrested and charged with party to crime of burglary on April 7.
  • 19-year-old Martin Mojica Perez of 2060 Epps Bridge Road Lot 77 in Athens was arrested and charged with entering auto on April 7.
  • Hope Valerie Gray, 37, of 1047 Overlook Drive was arrested and charged with simple battery on April 10.
  • On April 10, Russell James Gray, 53, of 1047 Overlook Drive was arrested and charged with simple battery.
  • Eugene Delano Shepherd, 67, of 1161 Julian Drive was arrested and charged with simple battery on April 11.
  • Juliann Rose Thornton, 18, of 1080 Brookshire Court was arrested and charged with criminal trespass on April 12.
  • On April 12, Ricky Carroll Mathis, 23, of 2901 Monroe Highway was booked at the Oconee County Jail on charges of aggravated battery, battery, cruelty to children, and criminal damage to property.
  • Nicole M. McCullough, 31, of 134 Hidden Oaks Lane in Jefferson was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting on April 13.
  • On April 14, William Christopher Davis, 44, of 1060 Durham Mill Way was arrested and charged with DUI and driving while unlicensed.
  • Marcus Lamont Robbins, 31, of 1031 Spruce Street in Woodville was arrested and charged with possession of tools for commission of a felony and loitering or prowling on April 14.
  • On April 14, 27-year-old John A. Evans of 105 Judy Circle in Athens was arrested and charged with possession of tools for commission of a felony and loitering or prowling.

 

 

For questions about this blotter, please email Stephanie.Gross@patch.com.

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