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. 25, 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.
Teri Elaine Bell, 46, of Bremen was arrested by Bremen Police Officer Newman on warrants for two counts misdemeanor probation violation. Bell remains in custody at the time of this publication.
Emmett Eugene Burgess, 44, of Tallapoosa was arrested by Bremen Police Officer Vann and charged with theft by shoplifting and public drunkenness. Burgess remains in custody at the time of this publication. A $1,100 bond has been set. See also (2/7/2013)
Jolie Cannon, 62, of Clayton was arrested by Georgia State Trooper Hornsby and charged with driving while license withdrawn and speeding in excess of maximum limits.
Ronald Charles Ethridge, 27, of Bremen was arrested by Bremen Police Officer Newman and charged with possession with intent to distribute controlled substances and prescription drugs not in original container. Miller remains in custody at the time of this publication. A $20,750 bond has been set.
Lloyd Bevington Miller, 37, of Wedowee, Ala., was arrested by Georgia State Trooper Hutcheson and charged with illegal possession of controlled substance, prescription drugs not in original container, unlawful possession of non-controlled substances, driving on a suspended license, safety belt violation, no tag and improper signal. Miller remains in custody at the time of this publication. A $1,952 bond has been set.
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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