Chief Magistrate Gigi Leverette Hoard reports the following individuals were brought before the Butts County Magistrate Court for First Appearance Bond Hearings during the period of April 6-23:
Amanda Gale Garmon on charges of Disorderly Conduct.
Denzel Jamar Atkinson on charges of Aggravated Assault and Armed Robbery.
Richard Layne Brubaker on charges of Possession of Controlled Substance.
Cesar Pacheco-Garcia on charges of Trafficking in Methamphetamine.
Krystina L. Alexander on charges of Battery Family Violence.
Nicholas Wayne Self on charges of Theft by Taking.
Sunasia C. Tejeda on charges of Disorderly Conduct.
Diondra Brandy on charges of Disorderly House and Possession of Marijuana.
Yolanda Brandy on charges of Possession of Ecstasy, Possession of Firearm during Commission of a Felony.
Jeremy A. Hulsey on charges of Obstruction of Law Enforcement and Possession of Marijuana.
Latonya E. McDowell on charges of Theft by Deception.
Kenneth L. Holcombe on charges of Sale of Crack Cocaine, Sale of Cocaine within 1000 feet of a School, Sale of Crack Cocaine and Cruelty to Children.
Ontarious Rashad Sims on charges of Sale of Crack Cocaine.
Eddie C. Smith on charges of Disorderly Conduct.
Kristin A. Davis on charges of Crossing Guard Line of Drugs and Violation of Georgia Controlled Substance Act.
Carey Allen Crespo, Jr. on charges of Simple Assault Family Violence.
Demario H. Stodghill on charges of Obstruction of Officer, Driving Under the Influence, Too Fast for Conditions, Reckless Driving and Following too Close.
Alderrick R. Norris on charges of Possession of Marijuana (Less than one ounce), Possession of Firearm by Convicted Felon and Theft by Receiving Stolen Property.
Mary Carol Adams on charges of Theft by Receiving Stolen Property and Possession of Marijuana, (Less than one ounce).
Angela Dawn Keller on charges of Disorderly Conduct.
Norman Elvis Jackson on charges of Simple Assault Family Violence.
Bond was granted in 14 cases and denied in six cases. Judges presided over nine civil hearings and one preliminary hearing. Arraignments were held in cases involving County Ordinance Violations with the Court disposing of seven cases. Judges issued 40 arrest warrants. The Court Clerk filed 61 civil suits and two civilian warrant applications.