The Polk County Crime Examiner brings you the arrest report for Polk County, including Cedartown, Rockmart and Aragon for February 05, 2011. The following people were arrested and charged with the violations listed according to the Polk County Jail dockets.
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- Buddy Dewayne Kelley, age 43, of 10 East Jackson Street in Rockmart was arrested by Rockmart police and charged with driving under the influence (DUI), speeding, fleeing/attempting to elude officer and driving on a revoked license, see also (01/01/2010) (two arrests for child molestation)
- Aaron Stroup Jr, age 56, of 12 Lee Street in Cedartown was arrested by Cedartown police and charged with possession of marijuana and failure to appear, see also (12/05/2010) (10/16/2010)
- Gabriel Demond Diamond, age 29, of 329 Noyes Street in Cedartown was arrested by Cedartown police and charged with battery under the Family Violence Act
- Robert Gonsales, age 25, of 239 Third Street in Cedartown was arrested by Polk County Sheriff’s Office and charged with no drivers license, suspended tag, expired tag, violation window tint law and removing/affixing plate to conceal vehicle identity
- Jackie Lamar Cope, age 48, of 994 Sixth Street in Cedartown was arrested by Rockmart police and charged with driving under the influence (DUI)
- Fransisco Miguel Jimenez, age 26, of 527 Melba Street in Trion was arrested by the Georgia State Patrol and charged with no drivers license, failure to maintain lane and driving too fast for conditions
- Mark Anthony Nixon, age 32, of 91 Formby Trail in Aragon was arrested by Polk County Sheriff’s Office on a failure to appear warrant, see also (05/21/2010) (08/08/2009)
- Hirenkuma Kuma Kapatel, age 26, 43 Wheeler Road in Rockmart was arrested by Polk County police and charged with sale of alcohol to minor, see also (Store clerk arrested for sexual battery) (07/25/2010)
Arrest reports for Polk County, Georgia 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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