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Friday, May 6, 2016

Circuit Court

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Larry Donald Smith, of Fulton County, was charged on May 4 for Sexual Assault in the Second Degree. Smith allegedly "did unlawfully engage in sexual contact with another person (a family member) by forcible compulsion."

Randy Cloninger, of Fulton County, was charged on May 4 with Terroristic Threatening in the First Degree and Aggravated Assault. Cloninger allegedly repeatedly threatened to beat or kill his wife. When officers arrived to serve a warrant on him, Cloninger exited his home holding a handgun. While he placed the gun on the ground in front of him, Cloninger refused to move away from he weapon. A tazer had to be used to subdue him.

Douglas D. Davis, of Salem, was charged on May 2 with five counts of Theft by Receiving. Davis was arrested in January on drug and theft charges. The new charges were filed after n investigation revealed that Davis was in possession of stolen items including an ATV, a chain saw, a log splitter, an equipment trailer and tools valued at $15, 700.

Joel Leon Lundry, of Salem, was charged on April 27 with Arson, Attempted Theft by Deception and Filing a False Police Report. Lundry allegedly reported on March 26 that his pickup truck had been stolen. The truck was later found burned at the low water bridge in Sturkie. A police investigated concluded that Lundry had asked numerous people to burn the truck for him so he could collect insurance on it, and one person known to police complied with the request.

Sidney Blaine was charged on April 27 with Furnishing False or Fraudulent Material Information in a Prescription To Acquire Possession of a Controlled Substance, Oxycodone. Blaine allegedly presented a prescription at Leslie Drug on April 26 for an antibiotic and Oxycodone. Pharmacist Tim Leslie did not fill the prescription because he believed the Oxycodone had been added to a legitimate prescription for the antibiotic. An investigation confirmed part of the prescription was forged.

Randal Lee Pool was charged on April 27 for Obtaining a Controlled Substance, Oxycodone, by False Informaton or Prescription. Pool allegedly presented a prescription to Leslie Drug on April 25. Pharmacist Tim Leslie suspected that Oxycodone had been added to a legitimate prescription for an antibiotic. The Drug Task Force arrested Pool after confirming part of the prescription had been forged.