The Polk County Crime Examiner brings you the arrest report for Polk County, including Cedartown, Rockmart and Aragon for October 19, 2010. The following people were arrested and charged with the violations listed according to the Polk County Jail dockets.
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Jonathan Mack Brown, age 33, arrested and charged with public drunk, see also (07/18/2010) (02/16/2010)
Micheal Wayne Casey, age 35, arrested and charged with aggravated assault under the family violence act, terroristic threats under the family violence act and third degree cruelty to children
Michael Timothy Dunagan, age 58, arrested and charged with possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and possession of tools for the commission of crime
Shane Anthony Elrod, age 35, arrested and charged with felony first degree cruelty to children, battery under the family violence act and third degree cruelty to children
Katie Baldwin Harrell, age 38, arrested and charged with battery under the family violence act and second degree cruelty to children under the family violence act, see also (10/04/2010) (09/02/2010) (06/08/2010) (10/16/2009)
Kathy Elaine Morris, age 55, arrested and charged with simple battery under the family violence act, criminal trespass under the family violence act and obstruction
Russell Wayne Pate, age 28, arrested on a failure to appear warrant
Maurice Eugene Stocks, age 31, arrested for two counts of violation of probation and child support recovery, see also (07/20/2010) (03/31/2010) (02/06/2010)
Bethany Shea Towery, age 21, arrested and charged with endangering security interest, see also (08/23/2010)
Steven Paul Vandervoet, age 53, sentenced, Per Judge Sutton, old bond is invalid, must renew bond of $25,000.00, see also (Cedartown man charged with kidnapping) (01/06/2010)
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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