Haralson County arrest reports will now be published in addition to the Polk County and Floyd County arrest reports. Click here to view reports for Polk, Floyd and Haralson Counties.
Listed below is the report for Saturday Jan. 26, 2013. 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 links to view prior arrests and/or additional details.
Michael Anthony Hardy was arrested and charged with two counts battery, second degree criminal damage to property, obstructing 911 call and felony failure to appear.
John Robert Canning was arrested and charged with theft by receiving stolen property and probation violation. Canning remains in custody at the time of this publication.
Kimberly Marie Lackey, 34, of Temple was arrested by Haralson County deputies and charged with disorderly conduct.
Jason Robert Millet was arrested and charged with possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime, obstruction, driving on suspended license, fleeing, attempting to elude a police officer, felony failure to appear and probation violation. Millett remains in custody at the time of this publication. A property bond in the amount of $19,960 has been set.
Jeffery Lee Norton was arrested on a warrant for felony failure to appear. Norton remains in custody at the time of this publication. A $20,000 property bond has been set.
Scott Randall Wallace was arrested on a hold for warrants.
William Lamar Wheat was arrested and charged with driving on a suspended license, seat belt violation and misdemeanor probation violation. Wheat remains in custody at the time of this publication. A property bond in the amount of $1,584 has been set.
David Timothy Wilson was arrested on a warrant for burglary and felony probation violation. Wilson remains in custody at the time of this publication. A $20,000 property bond has been set.
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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