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The following names and charges appeared in the Butts County Jail Logbook for the period of Jan. 18-25, 2021:

Trevor Joel Bilbo, 22, Blairsville, driving with suspended or revoked license; fleeing or attempting to elude police officer; possession of marijuana less than one ounce; reckless driving; willful obstruction of law enforcement officers - misdemeanor.

William Calhoun, 57, Americus, housed for U.S. Marshals Service.

Anniqua Jaleesia Foster, 22, Griffin, DUI - driving under the influence of drugs; following too closely; possession of a Schedule II controlled substance (percoset); tires requirements; too fast for conditions.

Lauren Naomi Grotto, 24, Jackson, drugs not in original container - misdemeanor; possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance with intent to distribute; possession of a Schedule II controlled substance; sale of a Schedule I or II controlled substance; use of a communication facility in commission of a felony involving controlled substances.

Travis Dakota Hoard, 24, Griffin, battery - family violence (1st offense) misdemeanor; obstructing or hindering persons making emergency telephone call; probation violation.

Dustin Wayne Huggins, 35, Zebulon, possession and use of drug related objects; trafficking in cocaine, illegal drugs, marijuana, or methamphetamine.

Quantavious Keshun Hurt, 22, Atlanta, housed for U.S. Marshals Service.

Terence Rhett Jacobsen, 33, Ocoee, Fla., probation violation.

Jonathan Wayne Norman, 42, Jackson, DUI - driving under the influence of alcohol; failure to drive within single lane; obedience to signal indicating approach of train.

Jerrico Vernard Perdue, 29, Atlanta, adult restraint law seat belt (18 years and older); possession of marijuana less than one ounce; reckless conduct; willful obstruction of law enforcement officers - misdemeanor.

Susan Joyce Poole, 58, Jackson, use of a communication facility in commission of a felony involving controlled substances; violation of the Georgia RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) Act.

Tasha Lee Quinn, 39, Acworth, failure to appear - felony.

Fabian Dequashawn Raynor, 26, Tampa, Fla., purchase, possess or have control of controlled substance in Schedule I or narcotic form; possession of marijuana less than one ounce.

Harold Dewayne Reynolds, 34, Macon, housed for U.S. Marshals.

Deangelo Tavares Robinson, 28, Warner Robins, adult restraint law seat belt (18 years and older); aggravated assault against law enforcement officer when engaged in official duty; cruelty to children 2nd degree (felony); driving without a valid license (misdemeanor); failure to drive within single lane; failure to obey traffic control device; reckless driving; speeding (85 in a 70 mph zone); willful obstruction of law enforcement officers - misdemeanor (2 counts).

Christopher Brian Rodgers, 37, Forsyth, failure to appear.

Barry Jerome Saddler, 54, LaGrange, warrant from Troup County.

Brittany Dawn Shivers, 29, Griffin, possession and use of drug related objects; trafficking in cocaine, illegal drugs, marijuana, or methamphetamine.

Stan Joseph Weaver, 60, Jackson, hold for FBI.

Charles Zachary Williams, 27, Morrow, failure to drive within single lane; failure to obey stop sign; fleeing or attempting to elude police officer; probation violation; reckless driving; speeding.

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