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Editor’s Note: Due to an early deadline because of the Thanksgiving holiday period, the Magistrate Court Report this week just runs from Nov. 16-20.

Chief Magistrate Rebecca Pitts reports the following individuals were brought before the Magistrate Court of Butts County for consideration of bond or a first appearance bond hearing during the period of November 16-19, 2020:

Paula Lynn Brown♦ on charges of Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance and Possession of Marijuana.

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John William Johns, Jr.♦ on charges of Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Related Object and Failure to Maintain Lane.

Anton Deante Hurst♦ on charges of Simple Battery.

Maderius Serve Johnson♦ on charges of Speeding, Failure to Maintain Lane, Reckless Driving, Theft by Receiving Stolen Property, Possession of Firearm by Convicted Felon and Fleeing or Attempting to Elude a Police Officer.

Wendy Lynn McQueen♦ on charges of Possession of Schedule I Controlled Substance, Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance and Crossing Guard Lines with Weapons/Drugs/Intoxicants.

John Gaddis♦ on charges of False Name, No Tag Lights and No License on Person

Bond was granted in four cases and denied in two case. Judges issued 17 arrest warrants and the Clerk filed 17 civil cases.

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