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Page 6A RepOrter October 16, 2019 Ir John James Balga john James Balga, 83, of Juliette, passed away Mon- day, Oct. 14, 2019. Burial will be held Thursday, Oct. 17 at 1 p.m. at the Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Milledgeville. In lieu of flowers, memorial contribu- tions may be made to Jasper County Animal Control, lg6 Mack TiUman Dr Monticello, GA 31064. Son of the late John Joseph and Lila James Balga, Mr. Bidga was a veteran of the United States Army. He re- tired from American Woodmark in Jackson, and after retirement, he volunteered for Habitat for Humanity. l r. Balga is preceded in death by his wife, Loretta Rose 'l-~alne$. Mr. Balga is survived by his daughter, Samantha B[tker, and grandchildren, Morgan, Madison, and Rlnathan Baker, all of Monticello. l~lease visit www.hartsmort.com to express condo- II l~ces. tlart's on Cherry Street, Hart's Mortuary and Crema- tion Center, 765 Cherry Street, Macon, GA 31201 has dtarge of the arrangements. I Charlton 'Pete' Ogburn J ne 16, 1941 - October 13, 2019 It i - Charlton Edward "Pete" Ogburn passed aqvay Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019. Funeral services will be heldat 3 p.m Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019, at First Baptist Omrch of Forsyth with burial in Monroe Hills Memo- rill Gardens. Dr. Hambric Brooks will officiate. The family will greet friends the day of the service from 2-3 p~n. at the Church. pete, the son of the late Bonnie Franklin Ogburn a~d Delma CoxweU Ogburn, was born June 16, 1941. I-~ was retired from Robins Air Force Base and was a v~teran of the United States Air Force. t~ete is survived by his wife, Jeanette Tompkins Ggburn of Forsyth; children, Laura Vriezelaar (Daren) of;Flower Mound, Texas and Kathy Bagwell (Mike) of B~ Spring, Texas; step-children, Allen Tompkins (Fay) aacl Felicia Brown Of Forsyth; sisters, Betty Sprayberry o~DouglasviUe, GA, Lanora Hutchinson of Louisville, artd Paula Johnson of Oceanside, CA; seven grandchil- d~m; and one great grandchild. ~'lease visit www.monroecountymemorialchapel.com td express tributes. lvlonroe County Memorial Chapel has charge of ar- r gements. W It anette Tompkins Ogburn I ovember 23, 1941 - October 14, 2019 It ~orsyth - Jeanette Tompkins Ogburn passed away Monday, Oct. 14, 2019. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m Thursday, Oct. 1 ~ at First Baptist Church of Forsyth with burial in ~me Hills Memorial Gardens. Dr. Hambric Brooks officiate. The family will greet friends the day of the s~ce from 2-3 p.m. at the Church. |eanette, the daughter of the late John Burgamy and ~a Power Burgamy, was born Nov. 23, 1941, in MiUeclgeville. She was preceded in death by her first h~sband, Flanders Allen Tompkins and her current h~band, Charlton Edward "Pete" Ogburn. She retired frbm the Georgia Department of Labor as a secretary ~d was a member of First Baptist Church of Forsyth. ,~eanette is survived by her children; Allen Tompkins (Fay) and Felicia Tompkins Brown of Forsyth; Step- cl~ildren, Laura Vriezdaar (Daren) of Flower Mound, Texas and Kathy Bagwell (Mike) of Big Spring, Texas; g~ndchildren, Hannah Encinas, Alex Brown and Brit- n#y Dollar; great grandchild, Raleigh Dollar. ~Please visit www'm nr ec untymem rialchapel'c m td express tributes. Monroe County Memorial Chapel has charge of ar- ra~ngements. t': b: I' Mattie Hogan J ly 2Z 1940- October 4, 2019 Lizella - Homegoing services for Mrs. Mattie Flor- ence Fuller Hogan, 79, were held Saturday, Oct. 12 a~Saint Luke A.M.E. Church, Forsyth. Burial was at Blrown's Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery, Juliette. ~Freeman Funeral Home, Forsyth was in charge of arrangements. v | t t I?,atricia Gresham February 18, 1956 - October 1, 2019 is ~orsyth - Funeral services for Mrs. Patricia Ann ~'er Gresham, 63, were held Thursday, Oct. 10 in the F[eeman Funeral Home Chapel, Forsyth. Burial was in F0rsyth City Cemetery. [Freeman Funeral Home, Forsyth was in charge of afi'angements. The Reporter plans to name Monroe County's 2019 Business- woman of the Year in October, and we're looking for your nomina- tions. The Businesswoman of the Year award will be announced on the cover of our special Women in Business section to be published in October. October is National Women in Business Month, Send a nomination of 500 words or less to publisher@mymcr.net. The deadline is noon on Wednesday, Oct. 23. and therefore there's some he still must determine board fired Napier last Continued from Front "cloudiness" about what whether he can prove that Tuesday, Oct. 8. Superin- happened. He said the taxpayers were bilked in tendent Dr. Mike Hickman aided the scheme has also scheme has been going on the scheme, adding that said they wanted to go in been fired, said Daniels. for about three years. He he met with the District a "new direction", adding He would not name the said he'll be investigating Attorney's office on Friday that there were things they employee, another week or two to try about the case. needed to improve upon in Daniels said the scheme to collect more evidence While the criminal probe the bus shop whether there was very well thought out and testimony. He said is ongoing, the school are criminal charges or not. Continued from Front exited 1-75 South again at Exit 188, where it failed to negotiate a right turn at the end of the off ramp. The car then slid across Collier Road, narrowly missing another vehicle. Its rear end then made contact with the ditch on the opposite side of CoUier Road, causing it to lose control and over- turn. Haskins then approached the upside-down car with his gun drawn and saw Pippins with his hands up sticking out of the car. Haskins told Pippins to crawl out and lay on the ground, but Pippins instead went to his knees before standing back up and try- ing to pull away. Sullivan, Barkley and Haskins then took Pippins back to the ground and handcuffed him while two female pas- sengers, Diamond Greer and Santana Jones, were also handcuffed. Haskins also discovered an unin- jured three-year-old girl who was safely extracted from inside the wrecked vehicle. Deputies discov- ered Pippins' license was suspended while Greer was determined to be the child's mother. They also found the car's license plate came back to a 2018 Honda HR-V out of Brookhaven, and the car's registration and insurance information were not found. Haskins found inside the car a Green FNH .45 caliber handgun reported stolen out of Clayton County with a fully loaded magazine. He also found a small book bag lying on the car's roof that contained marijuana, a grinder and a digital scale. Both passen- gers denied knowledge of the gun or drugs. When Haskins told Pippins of the discovery, he first asked for a lawyer before saying he didn't want the passengers to get in trouble. Despite Pippins saying, 'Tll take the charge" Haskins told him his admission was inadmissible because he had already asked for an attorney. While none of the oc- cupants appeared injured, they all requested to be taken to a hospital. The passengers and the child were taken to Macon's Medical Center Navicent Health while the driver was taken to the Monroe County Hospital. Both Greer, 24, and Jones, 25, will each be charged with possession of marijuana, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, theft by receiving stolen property and posses- sion of drug related objects. Neither had been booked into the Monroe County Jail as of presstime. Meanwhile, Pippins, 28, was booked into the Mon- roe County Jail on Oct. 10 and charged with felony fleeing or attempting to elude, possession of a fire- arm during the commis- sion of a felony; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, theft by receiving stolen property, possession of marijuana, possession of drug related objects, reckless conduct, failure to stop at a stop sign, failure to maintain lane, driving in the emergency lane, failure to use due regard, following too closely, failure to use a turn signal when changing lanes, driving while license suspended, operation of an unregistered vehicle, hav- ing no insurance and use of license plates to misrepre- sent a vehicle. . 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