October 14, 2010 11:58:00 AM
The Lowndes County Sheriff''s Office reported the following felony arrests:
· Brenda M. Porter, 35, of 46 Cedarcrest Drive, was arrested Tuesday at 411 Main St. by sheriff''s deputies. She was charged with false pretense.
· Joshua D. Rayman, 26, of 1003 Cole Street in Aberdeen, was arrested Oct. 5 by Columbus police. He was charged with burglary and larceny of a dwelling.
· Theresa A. Atkins, 55, of 4620 Jess Lyons Road, was arrested Oct. 6 by sheriff''s deputies at 385 Jess Lyons Road. She was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of a controlled substance.
· Victor White, 22, of 1510 12th Ave. N., was arrested Oct. 7 on Lake Lowndes Road by sheriff''s deputies. He was charged with sale of marijuana and contempt of court.
· Michael Baptist, 40, of 3185 Stovall Road in Crawford, was arrested Friday at 1439 Starkville Road by Lowndes County sheriff''s deputies. He was charged with burglary of a dwelling.
· Michael L. Butler, 32, of 197 Kaye Drive, was arrested Saturday at the Gilmer Inn by sheriff''s deputies. He was charged with his third offense of domestic violence.
· Demarco L. Easterwood, 23, of 165 Dowdle Road in Ethelsville, Ala., was arrested Saturday at the Gator Club by sheriff''s deputies. He was charged with having an alcoholic beverage without a state permit, having an alcoholic beverage with intent to resell, and possession of stolen property.
· Alexander Brown, 17, of 225 Taylor St., was arrested Sunday at 7803 Highway 182 E. by sheriff''s deputies. He was charged with possession, sale or transfer of a stolen firearm.
· Ellen C. Davidson, 39, of 218 Glendale Circle in Aberdeen, was transferred Monday from Aberdeen to Columbus police. She was charged with embezzlement.
· Kirby D. Dies, 36, of 2995 New Hope Road, was arrested Tuesday at the intersection of Old New Hope and New Hope roads. He was charged with possession of methamphetamine.
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