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Bartow Blotter 10.25
Oct 25, 2014 | 578 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The following information — names, photos, addresses, charges and other details — was taken directly from Bartow County Sheriff’s Office jail records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction, and a conviction or acquittal is determined by the court system. Arrests were made by BCSO deputies except where otherwise indicated. Oct. 23 • Camron Cheyenne Bailey, 25, of 618 S76 Old Spring Place, White, was arrested and charged with state probation violation. • Caleb Michael Baker, 24, of 724 Highway 293, Lot 66, Emerson, was arrested by Emerson police and boarded at the jail. • Cameron Manquel Beasley, 37, of 706 Cassville Road, Cartersville, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass. • Jeremy Robert Buffington, 25, of 11 Magnolia Drive, Cartersville, was arrested by the Georgia State Patrol and charged with driving without a license and speeding, 74 in a 55. • Marsha Lynn Bunn, 47, of 1012 Dogwood Place, Marietta, was arrested and returned for juvenile court. • Cory Scott Garner, 24, of 4975 Kings Camp Road, Acworth, was arrested and charged with state probation violation and probation violation. • Jeremiah Taylor Jennings, 19, of 1968 Euharlee Road, Kingston, was rebooked and charged with two counts of probation violation. • John Michael Lambert, 26, of 276 Mac Johnson, Cartersville, was arrested and charged with two counts of third-degree cruelty to children under the Family Violence Act and aggravated assault (FVA). • Albert Legrand Moore, 42, of 1423 116th Ave., Queens, N.Y., was arrested and charged with state probation violation. • Pamela Ann Teal, 25, of 1900 Joe Frank Harris Parkway, Cartersville, was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting. • Whitney Nicole Teal, 21, of 202-B Pleasant Way Road, Adairsville, was arrested and charged with possession of methamphetamine, drugs to be kept in original container, theft by shoplifting, possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce, contraband across guardline, drugs to be kept in original container, schedule IV and schedule III drugs. • Christopher Sean Turnbow, 40, of 4702 Colony Drive S.E., Acworth, reported to the jail to serve a probate court sentence. • Tonza Larue Wheeler, 41, of 204 E. Felton Road, Room 437, Cartersville, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct county ordinance violation. • Sarah Elizabeth Wilkey, 33, of 119 School St., Kingston, was arrested and returned from court on charges from Jan. 13, 2014. Oct. 24 • Richard Issa Green, 33, of 3797 Riverside Parkway, Decatur, was arrested on an agency assist for Cobb County Sheriff’s Office. • Bobby Andrew Holbrook, 61, of 19 Chimney Springs Drive, Cartersville, was arrested on a probate court bench warrant for failure to appear. • Alexis Reyes Ochoa, 20, of 711 Oadland Ave. S.W., Rome, was arrested by Cartersville police and charged with possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce, driving under the influence, driving with suspended or revoked license and two counts of failure to obey traffic control device.
Tigers turn offensive, top North Murray, 56-17
by David Royal
Oct 25, 2014 | 173 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Adairsville scored touchdowns on its first six drives and went on to power past North Murray, 56-17, in high school football Friday night. The Tigers led at halftime, 42-10, and head coach Eric Bishop said his team felt it needed that strong offensive performance to defeat the Mountaineers, the fifth of six region foes Adairsville has faced with visions of playoffs in their eyes this season. Bishop said his coaching staff felt long drives and scoring were a way to keep the Mountaineer offense off the field. “You have to do that when you’re playing a high-powered offense like they have,” he said. “That’s indicative. We missed one tackle on a triple option and [quarterback Hinton] McConkey took it to the house for a touchdown on [us]. You have to play every down like it’s that kind of play because he can take it to the house on you.” The Tigers scored all six times it had the ball in the first half and only slowed up when the game was out of reach. The Tiger scoring onslaught started with a four-play, 28-yard drive that was capped by a 10-yard run by Sidnee Johnson. The junior running back contributed the other 18 yards in three running plays. A series later Adairsville ramped up its lead with a nine-play, 68-yard drive that crossed the goal line on a Marcus Childers-to-Torrey Hall pass play that covered 35 yards. The drive had been kept alive on a reverse by DeAndre Applin, who found 16 yards around the right side with Adairsville facing a third-and-9 at its own 46. The Tigers notched their 14th point on a PAT by C.J. Jackson, who gave them that lead with 5:29 still left in the first quarter. Jackson hit all but one of the team’s eight extra points, with Josh Honea tacking that point on after the team scored its last touchdown of the night. North Murray responded to the second Adairsville touchdown with a two-play drive that scored when Mountaineer quarterback McConkey found his way through the heart of Adairsville's defense to score on an 83-yard touchdown run. The Tigers answered with three-play drive that covered 80 yards and took a 21-7 lead after Childers ran the final 14 yards on a quarterback keeper. A highlight of the drive was a Childers-to-Jayson Cantrell pass that covered 61 yards. The Tigers notched that score with 2:52 remaining in the first quarter. North Murray could get nowhere its next drive, giving up the ball after going three-and-out. The Tigers took over at the Mountaineer 39 and lost five yards on a running play. Adairsville then handed off to Cantrell and the running back torched the Mountaineers for 44 yards and the team’s fourth touchdown, which was scored with 52 seconds remaining in the frame. When the PAT was added, the Tigers led, 28-7. Adairsville turned North Murray away the next time they got the ball, this time by virtue of an Applin interception at the 25. Four plays and 75 yards later Blaine Bishop covered the final 13 yards after a touchdown strike from Childers. A highlight of the drive was another 13-yard pass from Childers to Bishop and a 32-yard run by Daelen Harrison. The drive put Adairsville up, 35-7, with 8:41 remaining in the second quarter. Murray responded with a 34-yard field goal almost six minutes later, to close to 35-10. The Tigers added one last score before the break on a 12-play, 80-yard drive that was punctuated with an 18-yard touchdown strike from Childers to Tony Hale. Adairsville’s first touchdown in the second half came on a 33-yard run by Childers. The score came on the Tigers’ second drive of the second half and gave them a 49-10 lead after the PAT was made. The Tigers’ final touchdown was scored at the 9:01 mark of the fourth quarter on a 1-yard run by Marquel Lane. North Murray ended scoring with a 5-yard touchdown run by McConkey with 1:09 left in the game, making the score 56-17. Bishop credited his defense with helping the Tigers pick up the victory. “[North Murray] is a good football team, especially on offense,” he said. “They give you a lot of looks and a lot of things to work on.” With the victory, Adairsville improved to 7-1 overall and 5-1 in Region 6-AAA, where it has the second-best record. Its next opponent is Coahulla Creek. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 31. The Mountaineers dropped to 4-4 overall and 3-3 in Region 6-AAA play. Their next opponent is Gordon Central. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 31.