ARRESTS MADE last week by the Arcade, Jefferson and Commerce police departments include the following:
•James Aubrey Roach, 33, 186 Woodland Hills Driv, Jefferson, driving while license suspended and reckless conduct.
•Robert William Angel, 30, 582 State Street, Commerce, open container violation, obstruction of a law enforcement officer, speeding and unregistered vehicle.
•Rebecca Rae Locke, 19, 107 Hedge Street, Greenville, S.C., speeding and driving while license suspended.
•Justin Shane Dunham, 18, 1371 Washington Street, Jefferson, DUI, underage possession of alcohol and possession of marijuana.
•Gary Bruce Zortea, 43, 5545 Winder Hwy. 53, Braselton, probation violation.
•Cynthia Eve Blalcok, 42, 20 Fieldstone Circle, Jefferson, DUI, open container violation, littering and stop sign violation.
•Cory Robert Pusey, 21, 171 Rosewood Circle, Jefferson, furnishing alcohol to a minor.
•Kristopher Wayne Inman, 19, 727 Johnson Mill Road, Jefferson, possession of marijuana.
•Amber Nicole Triguero, 17, 314 Village Drive, Jefferson, theft by taking.
•Gary Michael Vansloun II, 22, 954 Holder Siding Road, Jefferson, possession of marijuana, obstructing or hindering a law enforcement officer, tampering with evidence and probation violation.
•Roberto Avila-Gonzales, 24, 1141 West Commons Lane, Marietta, driving while unlicensed.
•Chase Hinton Bagwell, 17, 176 Pine Street, Jefferson, underage possession of alcohol and affray.
•Sanquita Tramine Brown, 18, 470 Dixie Red Avenue, Jefferson, aggravated assault.
•Bessie Monique Collins, 37, 470 Dixie Red Avenue, Jefferson, aggravated assault.
•Monica Cruz, 33, 1141 West Commons Lane, Marietta, driving while unlicensed.
•Joel Thomas McCulloch, 43, 146 Pine Street, Jefferson, affray and obstructing or hindering a law enforcement officer.
06/06/12 at 09:20 PM
A street fight.
In many legal jurisdictions related to English common law, affray is a public order offence consisting of the fighting of two or more persons in a public place to the terror (in French: à l'effroi) of ordinary people (the lieges). Depending on their actions, and the laws of the prevailing jurisdiction, those engaged in an affray may also render themselves liable to prosecution for assault, unlawful assembly, or riot; if so, it is for one of these offences that they are usually charged.