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Area arrests

 

Dispatch Staff Report

 

The following people were arrested on felony charges, according to reports released by the Lowndes County Sheriff''s Office. 

 


  • Tommie Lee Tate, 31, of 266 Gregory Road, No. A, in Columbus, was arrested Monday on one count of rape and one count of sexual battery. As of Tuesday, Tate''s bond was set at $100,000 for the two charges  

     


  • Jessie Mae Tate, 30, of 901 11th St. S., No. V-3, in Columbus, was arrested Monday by the Columbus Police Department on one count of aiding an escapee and one misdemeanor charge of simple assault. 

     


  • Mike Wade Edwards, 49, of 8 Pearrow Drive in Caledonia, was arrested Tuesday by the Caledonia town marshals on one count of sexual battery and one misdemeanor count of public drunkenness. He is scheduled to appear in court July 6. 

     


  • Michael Glenn McDaniel, 33, of 1322 Mike Parra Road, No. 37, in Columbus, was arrested Tuesday by the LCSO on one count of domestic violence. He is scheduled to appear in court June 30.
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    Incidents reported 

     


    The following incidents were reported by the CPD: 

     


    n Chelsey Baker arrived at CPD headquarters Wednesday at 1:06 p.m. to report a debit card and her driver''s license were missing from her purse. 

     


    Baker explaind that while working with the Columbus-Lowndes Recreational Authority at various parks throughout the city, she left her purse in the vehicle. She discovered the cards missing Monday. 

     


    The debit card was used Monday at Cadence Bank, and a large amount of cash was withdrawn. 

     


    n Ramirez Ivy filed a report with CPD Wednesday at 4:50 p.m. stating his sister had used his cell phone account without his permission to purchase a cell phone online from Vibe Line. 

     


    After receiving a telephone call from Cingular and reviewing his cell phone account, Ivy discovered four cell phones had been charged to his account by an individual from Greenwood. 

     


    As of Thursday, no arrests had been made and both cases had been turned over to the CPD Criminal Investigation Division.

     

     

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