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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 Jan. 11-17, 2021:

Sarah Zimmer♦ on charges of Use of Communication Facility in Committing or Facilitating Commission of Act which Constitutes a Felony and (RICO) Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations.

Rebecca E. Yell♦ on charges of Neglect to Disabled Adult/Elder, Felony Murder, Family Violence, and Cruelty to Children in the Third Degree.

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Steven Patrick Yell♦ on charges of Neglect to Disabled Adult/Elder, Felony Murder, Family Violence, and Cruelty to Children in the Third Degree.

Lawrence Glass♦ on charges of Use of Communication Facility in Committing or Facilitating Commission of Act which Constitutes a Felony and (RICO) Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations.

Jayson Bradley♦ on charges of Use of Communication Facility in Committing or Facilitating Commission of Act which Constitutes a Felony and (RICO) Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations.

Charles Goff♦ on charges of Use of Communication Facility in Committing or Facilitating Commission of Act which Constitutes a Felony and (RICO) Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations.

Constance Bell♦ on charges of Interfering with Calls for Emergency Assistance.

Bond granted in three cases and denied in four cases. Judges issued five arrest warrants and the Clerk filed 11 civil cases.

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