The Polk County Crime Examiner brings you the arrest report for Polk County, including Cedartown, Rockmart and Aragon for Friday, July 08, 2011. The following people were arrested and charged with the violations listed according to the Polk County Jail dockets.
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Hector Garcia, age 23, of Cedartown was arrested by Cedartown police and charged with no drivers license and expired tag. Garcia was released same day after bonding out through the Cedartown Police Department. See also (02/23/2011)
Matthew Ray Hooper, age 24, of Cedartown was arrested by Polk County police and charged with simple battery under the Family Violence Act (FVA) and 3rd degree cruelty to children.Hooper remains in the Polk County jail and no bond has been set at the time of this publication. See also (08/11/2010)
Felicia Gail Neal, age 45, of Cedartown was arrested by Polk County police and charged with affray. A cash bond in the amount of $205.50 has been set. Neal remains in the Polk County jail at the time of this publication. see also (02/06/2010)
Kelly Nichole Presley, age 28, of Rockmart, Ga. was arrested by Polk County police and charged with deposit account fraud. Presley was released same day after bonding out on a $2100.00 property bond. See also (06/04/2011)
(Two Rockmart women facing drug charges after witness reports possible drug transaction) (03/10/2011) (01/24/2011)
Ryan Lee Worthy, age 39, of Cedartown was arrested by Cedartown police on warrants for 3 counts of failure to appear.
Worthy must pay $2000.00 cash for one count failure to appear on an original charge of driving on a suspended license, $785.00 cash for one count of failure to report to court and $980.00 cash settlement for failure to appear in probate court.
Worthy remains in the Polk County jail at the time of this publication. See also (02/14/2011) (12/15/2010) (03/25/2010)
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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