SCSO Operation Relentless nets 20 arrests

STAFF REPORT :::

The Spalding County Sheriff’s Office recently conducted Operation Relentless, resulting in 20 arrests.

Personnel of the SCSO C.A.G.E. Unit, Fugitive Apprehension Unit and Special Operations Unit worked with the Georgia Department of Community Supervision for this operation, netting arrests of some individuals allegedly connected to local gangs, some of whom had been at-large for weeks, months or even years, officials say.

“The Department of Community Supervision played a vital role in the operation by assisting in the apprehension of these suspects. If the deputies encountered a suspect on felony probation, DCS officers were available to conduct searches, and alcohol and/or drug screens,” said Sheriff Darrell Dix.

At the conclusion of the operation the following 20 subjects were arrested and processed into the Spalding County Jail.

Those arrested include:

Triston Obarr, age 20, who was charged with felony theft by taking and an outstanding warrant by the Zebulon Police Department;

David Stinchcomb, age 29, who was charged with felony violation of probation;

Whitney Gilliam, age 22, who was charged with possession of drug related objects;

Heather Chanlyvong, age 24, who was charged with possession of drug related objects;

Tony Turner, age 24, who was charged with possession of drug related objects;

Aleyah Ramcharan-Lowery, age 25, who was charged with possession of drug related objects;

Joni Finch, age 37, who was charged with misdemeanor violation of probation;

James Evans, age 37, who was charged with misdemeanor violation of probation;

Larry Ballard, age 48, who was charged with possession of methamphetamine;

Jason Wilks, age 27, who was charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime and simple assault;

Robert Felix, age 39, who was charged with who is charged with possession of methamphetamine;

Christopher Parks, age 30, who was charged with pedestrian in the roadway and two counts of obstruction of a law enforcement officer;

Nilon Thompson, age 34, who was charged with two counts of felony violation of probation;

Presley Charlotin, age 23, who was charged with two counts of obstruction of a law enforcement officer;

Edward Farmer, age 38, who was charged with felony violation of probation;

Pharez Daniel, age 33, who was charged with aggravated assault, battery under the Georgia Family Violence Act, criminal trespass, burglary, theft by taking, criminal trespass with damage, interference with a 911 call, simple battery and cruelty to children;

Sherry Alloway, age 32, who was charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug related objects;

Larry Fuller, age 33, who was charged with violation of probation;

Summer Pruett, age 32, who was charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug related objects; and

Louis Few, age 39, who was charged with felony violation of probation.

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