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Possession of Meth and Shoplifting Charges in Latest Oconee Arrest Report

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

The following information was gathered from Oconee County Jail booking reports.

Jan. 13

  • Lorena Hernandez, 32, of Winder, was charged with DUI.
  • Kevin C. Gee, 27, of Bogart, was charged with probation violation.
  • Sara Luna, 34, of Athens, was charged with driving without a license.

Jan. 12

  • Stephanie Ray Lemmonds, 36, of Bogart, was charged with theft by shoplifting.
  • Nancy Kelly Ramey, 51, of Lilburn, was booked as a sentenced inmate and released the same day.

Jan. 11

  • Brett Daniel Hill, 25, of Perry, was charged with probation violation.
  • Coleman Williams, 49, of Douglasville, was charged with failure to appear.
  • Carlos Orozco, 33, of Bishop, was booked as a sentenced inmate and released the following day.

Jan. 10

  • Jamie Florence Jones, 35, of Elberton, was charged with probation violation.
  • Raymond Cole McDaniel, 20, of Watkinsville, was charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer and probation violation.
  • Julie Ann McDaniel, 44, of Watkinsville, was charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer.
  • Denis D. Lord, 59, of Watkinsville, was charged with open container, suspended registration, tire violation, no insurance and driving on a suspended license

Jan. 9

  • Tyler Harris Hairston, 34, of Athens, was charged with failure to maintain lane and possession of methamphetamine.
  • Sarah Shannon Seagraves, 48, of Athens, was charged with theft by shoplifting.

Jan. 8

  • Lamar Boris Poss, 27, of Douglasville, was charged with probation violation.
  • Larry Thomas Coker, 27, of Bogart, was charged with simple battery family violence.

Jan. 7

  • Keith Level Smith, 24, of Statham, was charged with failure to register as a sex offender.
  • Lindsey Taylor Golden, 26, of Bethlehem, was charged with theft by shoplifting.
  • Jamie Devin Parker, 27, of Bishop, was booked into the jail on a return of surety.

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