Compton was also found to be in possession of approximately 7 grams of Methamphetamine. Michelle Leigh Booker, age 32, Wiltshire Drive, Gray, was taken into custody by investigators late Wednesday afternoon after being indicted by a Washington County Grand Jury earlier this month. Booker was found to have been stealing money from the bank account during the time frame of November and May Booker used the money to purchase phone time and commissary for friends of hers who were inmates. Also among the unauthorized purchases, were multiple online purchases from Walmart. According to Sheriff Ed Graybeal, a Gray man was arrested early Tuesday morning following an investigation into a series of Auto Burglary occurring overnight in the area of Molton Circle.
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In her second outdoor quarter-mile of the season, Oak Ridge senior Sharrika Barnett ran a national-leading time at Thursday's Metro Conference track and field championships. The Florida signee circled the Showalter Field track in That is just shy of the area-record Olympia junior Kyren Hollis did the same with a national-best boys time of Phillips for the boys West division team title. That ended a six-meet win streak by the Panthers. Winter Park ninth-grader Rafaella Gibbons clocked the state's leading 1, time and second fastest girls 3, Phillips both swept boys hurdles finals, Rose for the East, Walker for the West.