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‘We’re gonna find you’: Here are Middle Georgia’s most-wanted criminals

Newest ‘most wanted’ list from Middle Georgia cops

Middle Georgia law enforcement officials on Tuesday announced their latest 'most wanted' list of suspects. At a gathering at his office, Charles E. Peeler, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, praised locals who come forward to help.
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Middle Georgia law enforcement officials on Tuesday announced their latest 'most wanted' list of suspects. At a gathering at his office, Charles E. Peeler, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, praised locals who come forward to help.

Twin poster boards splashed with mugshots of nearly 30 of the region’s most-wanted criminal suspects flanked a podium inside the U.S. attorney’s office in Macon Tuesday morning.

Roughly half of the pictures were of people already apprehended. The other half, comprised of suspects at large, earned them the distinction of being the area’s most-sought.

“These people,” Monroe County Sheriff Brad Freeman said, gesturing to the suspects’ mugshots, “aren’t up here for jaywalking.”

John Cary Bittick, U.S. Marshal for the Middle District of Georgia, said those wanted “can run, but you can’t hide.”

Bibb County Sheriff David Davis referred to the suspects on the wanted list as the area’s “crème de la crème of criminals.”

Bibb District Attorney David Cooke said, “We’re gonna find you. ... And when we do, we’re bringing justice with us.”

The quarterly wanted list was compiled by Macon Regional Crimestoppers, which pays tipsters who help the cops find suspects.

Charles E. “Charlie” Peeler, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, said the suspects gracing the list were wanted for a range of alleged crimes, including child molestation, aggravated assault, manslaughter, drug offenses and gang activity.

Here is the list of most-wanted criminals and their charges:

Larry M. Bryant, 24, Bibb County Sheriff’s Office: violation of probation, criminal street gang participation

Kenon M. Newbill (arrested), 32, Bibb County Sheriff’s Office: child molestation

Terico D. Little, 22, State Board of Pardons and Parole & Bibb County Sheriff’s Office: aggravated assault, criminal street gang participation

Christopher Shinholster, 42, Bibb County Sheriff’s Office: violation of probation, sale and distribution of cocaine

Lewis E. Wimberly, 39, Bibb County Sheriff’s Office: violation of probation, possession of firearm by convicted felon

D’Anelo Moody, 21, Bibb County Sheriff’s Office: violation of probation, aggravated assault, possession of firearm during crime

Tykemia Watts, 24, Bibb County Sheriff’s Office: violation of probation, aggravated assault

Zephaniah L. Langston, 19, Houston County Sheriff’s Office: statutory rape, child molestation

Moses Rodriquez, 33, Houston County Sheriff’s Office: aggravated assault, 7 counts of battery F/V, simple assault and battery

Quontavious L. Williams, 31, Houston County Sheriff’s Office: aggravated stalking, burglary, kidnapping, battery F/A

Larry M. Johnson, 44, Jones County Sheriff’s Office: violation of probation, aggravated assault

Alonzo J. Sapp, 28, Jones County Sheriff’s Office: violation of probation, voluntary manslaughter

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