The following arrests around the county were reported Dec. 11-13 by the Barrow County Sheriff’s Office and the Auburn, Braselton, Statham and Winder police departments.

BCSO

•Dean Harvey McClure, 59, 1305 Etheridge Dr., Auburn — driving under the influence of multiple substances, possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, parole violation and open-container violation.

•Eman Sandoval, 19, 31 Kings Rd., Braselton — driving without a valid license and speeding in a construction zone.

•Kimberly Diane Harrington, 53, 6 Herald Dr., Bethlehem — battery and criminal trespass.

•Adrian Latrese Rhodes, 51, 226 Dreamland Cir., Winder — felony probation violation (three counts) and disorderly conduct.

•William Todd Ballew, 48, 283 Englewood Rd., Winder — felony probation violation.

•Derrell Kenneth Waldrop, 74, 2905 Crystal Ridge Dr., Dacula — driving under the influence of alcohol (less safe), felony terroristic threats and acts, willful obstruction of law enforcement officers (misdemeanor) and driving below minimum speed/impeding the flow of traffic.

•Kera Jean Freeman, 39, 550 Kara Ct., Winder — aggravated assault and battery.

•Juaqin Perez, 25, 824 Hog Mountain Rd., Winder — battery and criminal trespass – damage to or interference with property.

AUBURN

•Cara Dawn Reagan, 41, 5590 Canton Hwy., Cartersville — possession of methamphetamine, misdemeanor marijuana possession, and possession and use of drug-related objects.

•Zachary Scott Edwards, 25, 225 Graham St. 11A, Winder — battery and third-degree cruelty to children.

BRASELTON

•Leeashia Johnson, 21, 6710 Farthington, Charlotte, North Carolina — possession of a Schedule II controlled substance.

•Telvin Mack, 28, 945 North College St., Charlotte, North Carolina — possession of a firearm or knife during the commission of or attempt to commit certain felonies; possession of a Schedule III, IV or V controlled substance with intent to distribute; and felony theft by receiving stolen property.

STATHAM

•Ryan Finnegan Quirk, 46, 1110 Stonebridge Cir., Watkinsville — possession of methamphetamine.

•William Dupree, 39, 2158 Clementine Dr., Marietta — hold for other agency.

•Dawson Kade Taylor, 21, 467 McCarty Rd., Statham — theft by taking.

•Stephan Kentra Harris, 25, 2007 Kirkland Cir., Statham — reckless driving and racing on highways or streets.

•Arnoldo Uresli, 37, 1407 Mesquite Loop, Palmview, Texas — reckless driving and racing on highways or streets.

WINDER

•Eugene Zeaunc IV, 29, 3397 Salem Rd., Covington — driving with a suspended or revoked license, operating an unregistered vehicle, no insurance and open-container violation.

•Jae Jae Jason Harrell, 19, 1610 Amalie Dr., Statham — felony probation violation.

•Austin Nick Vanderford, 29, 182 Colonial Hill Rd., Winder — misdemeanor probation violation.

•Omar Bryan Turner, 27, 1710 Eden Valley Ct., Loganville — possession of a controlled substance, dangerous drug or marijuana by an inmate; possession of methamphetamine; possession and use of drug-related objects; and drugs to be kept in their original container.

•Amanda Leigh Wilder, 30, 1220 Timbercrest Dr., Lawrenceville — sale, distribution or possession of dangerous drugs; possession of methamphetamine; possession and use of drug-related objects; and drugs to be kept in their original container.

•Breani Roya, 19, 264 Wood Ave. A, Winder — entering an automobile or other motor vehicle with intent to commit theft or a felony (two counts) and second-degree criminal damage to property.

•Joe Barthodus Camp, 56, 154 Horton St., Winder — felony probation violation (two counts).

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