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Bartow County Ga. probation and child support arrests for June 20, 2014

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The Northwest Georgia Crime Examiner personally compiles daily arrest reports that cover the Northwest Georgia area and includes daily arrest reports from Polk and Bartow Counties.

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Listed below is the Bartow County parole and/or probation violation and child support arrest report for Friday June 20, 2014. All information is obtained from the Bartow County Sheriff's Office. Please note that the criminal arrests are published in a separate report

Joshua Aaron Callahan, 23, of Kingston was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

James Michael Jenkins, 52, of Cartersville was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

Eric Ray Lingerfelt, 34, of Cartersville on a warrant for violating terms of a family violence order and probation violation.

Shenera Antionetta Payne, 31, of Riverdale was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

Tito Anibal Ramos, 21, of Cartersville was sentenced to serve 48 hours per probate court.

Phillip William Ramsey, 34, of Kingston was arrested on a warrant for contempt of court regarding child support.

Kimberly Dawn Simpson, 36, of Cartersville was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

Rickey Dwayne Singleton, 45, of Dalton was arrested on a warrant for probation violation.

William Marty Siniard, 55, of Adairsville was sentenced to serve 7 days per superior court.

Scarlet Ann Smith, 25, of Cartersville was arrested for violating terms of drug court.

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The arrest reports within this list do not reflect the actual guilt or innocence of the individual or individuals listed. All parties are presumed innocent until they are proven guilty in a court of law. Not every arrest or charge leads to a conviction. A conviction or an acquittal will be determined by the court system.

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