The Polk County Crime Examiner personally compiles arrest reports that cover the Polk County, Ga. area, including Cedartown, Rockmart and Aragon.
Listed below is the report for Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012. The report includes a complete list of arrests, prior arrests, bonding information and inmate photos. Unless specified otherwise, all information is obtained from the Polk 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.
Richard Samuel Bishop, 46, of Cedartown was arrested by Polk County Sheriff’s Deputy Wagner and Deaton on a warrant for theft by receiving stolen property. Bishop was released on 10/26 after posting a $3,100 property bond. See also (10/10/2009) (chop shop)
Andrew Melvin Dove, 24, of Carrollton was arrested by Polk County Sheriff’s Deputies Wagner and Deaton on warrants for two counts probation violation. See also (2/10/2012) (1/5/2010)
Sylvester Edward Hodges, 23, of Rockmart was arrested by Aragon Police Officer Johnson and charged with obstruction of an officer. Hodges was released the same day after posting a $1,100 property bond.
Trintis Duane Hodges, 19, of Aragon was arrested by Aragon Police Officer Johnson and charged with driving while unlicensed, obstruction of an officer and failure to maintain lane. Hodges was released the same day after posting three property bonds totaling $2,300. See also (5/19/2012) (teens and weapons)
Luis Diaz Segura, 26, of Cedartown was arrested by Cedartown Police Officer Zuker and charged with driving without a license and window tint violation. Segura was released the same day after bonding out through the Cedartown Police Department.
Albert Edward Sorrells, 46, of Cedartown was arrested by Polk County deputies Price and Atkins and charged with theft by receiving motor vehicle and driving while unlicensed. Sorrells remains in custody at the time of this publication. Two property bonds totaling $5,100 have 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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