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• Jeffery Wayne Branch, 47, 178 Hideaway Drive, Tunnel Hill, was charged Sunday by the Georgia State Patrol with DUI and failure to maintain lane.
• Jose Antonio Garcia, 21, 709 Underwood St., Dalton, was charged Sunday by the Dalton Police Department with DUI.
• Melissa Gomez, 22, 614 Cockburn St., Dalton, was charged Sunday by the Dalton Police Department with inmate in possession of a controlled substance, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, possession of meth, possession and use of drug-related objects, reckless driving, failure to stop at a stop sign, an open container violation, no license on person and fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer.
• Bradley John Collins Nix, 24, 1023 LaFayette Road, Rocky Face, was charged Sunday by the Georgia State Patrol with DUI, failure to maintain lane and driving too fast for conditions.
• Frankie Edward Tenney, 54, 148 Oakwood Circle, Chatsworth, was charged Sunday by the Murray County Sheriff’s Office with purchase, possession or control of meth and possession of a drug-related object.
• Kelly Diane Wright, 37, 706 Vernon Drive, Tunnel Hill, was charged Sunday by the Georgia State Patrol with possession of meth and possession of tools for the commission of crime.
• Calvin Antonio Burse, 31, 400 Wrinkle St.-4, Dalton, was charged Monday by the Dalton Police Department with two counts of battery (family violence), cruelty to a child (criminal negligence), cruelty to a child (allowing to witness felony, battery or family violence) and disorderly conduct.
• Arturo Adrian Clavel, 19, 939 Avenue F-2, Dalton, was charged Monday by the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, no headlights or other lights when required, operating a vehicle without a proper tag or decal and no proof of insurance.