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2 Arrested in Indian Hills on Open-Container Charges

The following arrest information was supplied by the Cobb County Sheriff's Office. It does not indicate a conviction.

It was Holy Thursday, the eve of Good Friday and the day before the start of Passover, and perhaps a day for having open containers of alcohol in the car.

Six people booked into the Thursday face open-container charges, including two arrested in East Cobb.

William Mitchell Doane, 42, of the 100 block of Spruce Street in Roswell and Taylor Shyanne White, 20, of the 4900 block of Lake Fjord Pass in East Cobb both were arrested about 1:30 a.m. in the Indian Hills subdivision.

Each faces the open-container charge and a charge of driving with a revoked or suspended license. Each was released Thursday morning after posting a $1,300 cash bond.

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Jenny Creasy April 14, 2012 at 02:08 AM
The information is not accurate...the female involved was not driving on suspended license (DMV HAD ISSUED HER LICENSE TWO WEEKS BEFORE) and there was mi open container... Only empty trash picked up after a golf outing the week before... Also both paid $1650.00 each to bond out and attorney fees are $2500.00 each. Do the math...Cobb County is all about money... Now both people must prove innocent...even posting these charges onthe web should be a violation of privacy... Will anyone post they are innocent and refund all of the money scraped out of them and restore their reputation? What about Zimmerman who was killed the young guy in Florida? Did the arrest him thaf night and take him to jail? HELL NO!!! It took a couple of weeks... Who can rewrite the Cobb County laws governing the authority our so called police offers have? IT IS ALL ABOUT MONEY IN COBB COUNTY... THINK ABOUT IT...THIS COULD BE YOU!!!
Jenny Creasy April 14, 2012 at 02:39 PM
WHO WROTE THIS ARTICLE ON THE ARREST????YOU SHOULD BE MORE ACCURATE BEFORE YOU TAKE IT UPON YOURSELF TO SMEAR REPUTATIONS UNTIL THEY ARE PROVEN GUILTY....THIS IS ABSURD AND WRONG....
Michael Jacobs April 14, 2012 at 09:35 PM
I wrote up the article based on the Cobb County jail booking information. The article accurately reflects that information. If the Sheriff's Office information is incorrect, I'm sorry, and I appreciate your offering additional information. As we say in the subhead of the article, being charged does not indicate a conviction. Let us know when the charges are disposed of, and we can publish that information as well.
ma February 11, 2013 at 10:54 PM
Its all about MONEY in every county.... Now a days you are guilty and takes a ton of money to prove your innocence. Once you prove it, NO REFUNDS!!!! ONE BIG JOKE OUR JUSTICE SYSTEM IS AND I KNOW IF FIRST HAND DEALING WITH IT.
ma February 11, 2013 at 10:55 PM
SORRY DOES NOT FIX SOMEONE'S REPUTATION!!!!!

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