The Northwest Georgia Crime Examiner personally compiles arrest reports that cover Polk, Floyd and Haralson Counties.
Listed below is the Haralson County arrest report for Monday Feb. 18, 2013. The report includes a complete list of arrests, information regarding prior arrests, bonding information and available inmate photos. Unless specified otherwise, all information is obtained from the Haralson County Sheriff's Office.
The following people were arrested and charged with the violations listed below. Click on the embedded links within each list to view the complete prior arrests report.
Links to arrests prior to 2009 will not be included.
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.
Adam Mikhail Cokley, 22, of Buchanan was sentenced to serve eight days per Tallapoosa court.
Gregory Matthew Garner, 26, of Bremen was arrested by Haralson County Sheriff's Deputy Johnson on a warrant for terroristic threats and acts. Garner remains in custody at the time of this publication.
Crystal Dawn Holland, 32, of Carrollton was arrested by Haralson County Sheriff's Deputy Smith on a warrant for deposit account fraud in the amount of $499 or less.
Michael Lavone Jackson, 37, of Jonesboro was arrested on Sunday 2/17 by Tallapoosa Police Officer McIntyre on warrants for illegal possession of controlled substance. Jackson remains in custody at the time of this publication. A bond in the amount of $25,000 has been set.
Daniel David Ling, 23, of Buchanan was arrested by Bremen police and charged with driving under the influence of multiple substances, disorderly conduct and following too closely. Ling remains in custody at the time of this publication. Bond has been set at $2,650.
Arrest reports do not reflect the guilt or innocence of the individuals listed. All parties are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Not every arrest/charge leads to a conviction. A conviction or acquittal is determined by the court system.
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