Incident Reports 6/11/20






DECATUR COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE REPORTS SUMMARY

INCIDENT REPORT 20060014969
DEP. VICTOR STRICKLAND
VICTIM: BEONKA MADGE
OFFENDER: UNKNOWN

On Monday, 06/08/2020, at approximately 0940 am, Beonka Madge spoke to Investigator Victor Strickland, in reference to a Lost or Stolen Vehicle Tag.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060015038
DEP. AARON AUSTIN
VICTIM: SHERRY GAINER
OFFENDER: SHERRY GAINER

On Tuesday, June 9, 2020, at approximately 0639 hours, Deputy Aaron Austin and Lieutenant Pat Trolinger responded to 1068 Zorn Road, in reference to a Gunshot Wound / Accidental Shooting.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060015006
DEP. CHRIS JACKSON
VICTIM: ARTHUR LOVE
OFFENDER: UNKNOWN

On Monday, June 8, 2020, at 1628 hours, Deputy Chris Jackson employed with Decatur County Sheriff’s Office responded to 378 Woodhull Road, in Bainbridge, Georgia, in reference to a Burglary already occurred.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060015007
DEP. JORDAN PHILLIPS
VICTIM: STANLEY OLIVENT
OFFENDER: UNKNOWN

On June 08, 2020, at approximately 1728 hours, Deputy Jordan Phillips responded to the address of 3135 Faceville Highway, in reference to a Burglary already occurred.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060015027
SGT. AUSTIN SPENCE
VICTIM: STATE OF GEORGIA
OFFENDER: DENNIS DOLLAR (ARRESTED)

On June 08, 2020, at approximately 2052 hours, Decatur County Sergeant Austin Spence, Deputy Anthony Stubbs, and Deputy Christopher Jackson were out the Decatur County Jail front parking lot, in reference to serving a Warrant on Dennis Dollar for a Probation Violation. Upon arrival Sgt. Spence observed Dollar being irate with Deputy Stubbs, and Deputy Jackson. Sgt. Spence exited his patrol vehicle and observed Dollar flee on foot through the parking lot and going up Airport Road. Sgt. Spence observed Dollar run through another parking lot and into a thick brush area behind the Jail.

Deputy Jackson placed Dollar into handcuffs, behind his back, double locking and checking for fit. Dollar was placed into the back of BPS Officer Davina Thomas’s patrol vehicle and transported to the Decatur County Jail.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060015013
DEP. DUSTIN STRICKLAND
VICTIM: GERALD SIMMONS
OFFENDER: LAWRENCE HOWELL (ARRESTED)

On June 8, 2020, at approximately 1849 hours, Deputy Dustin Strickland and Sgt. Austin Spence responded to 1761 Faceville Highway, in reference to Stolen Property.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060014992
LT. JUSTIN BEDWELL
VICTIM: CHRISTOPHER CLINTON
OFFENDER: UNKNOWN

On Monday, June 8, 2020, at 1430 hours, Investigator Justin Bedwell arrived at 466 Greenshade Road, in Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia. Inv. Bedwell was at the location in reference to a Burglary. Upon arrival, Inv. Bedwell noted the residence is a remote EMS station operated by Grady Healthcare.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060014989
DEP. AARON AUSTIN
VICTIM: JACKIE CRANKFIELD
OFFENDER: TIMOTHY HAIRE

On Monday, June 8, 2020, at approximately 1347 hours, Deputy Aaron Austin responded to 912 Spring Creek Road, in the lobby of the Sheriff’s office, in reference to a Theft.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060014948
DEP. BRADLEY HANKS
VICTIM: KATHRYN BROGDON WILLIAM BROGDON
OFFENDER: KATHRYN BROGDON WILLIAM BROGDON

On June, 7, 2020, at approximately 5:30 P.M. Deputy Hanks responded to 608 Cedar Grove Road, in reference to a Domestic Dispute.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060014936
DEP. TIMOTHY FOWLER
VICTIM: JOSEPH JENKINS
OFFENDER: UNKNOWN

On June 07, 2020, at approximately 1641 hours, Deputy Timothy Fowler responded to 266 Kelley Road, in reference to a Possible Entering Auto.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060014941
DEP. TIMOTHY FOWLER
VICTIM: JOSE ARANDA
OFFENDER: REUBEN VILLEGAS (ARRESTED)

On June 07, 2020, Deputy Timothy Fowler, Sergeant Charles King, Sergeant Gabe Cofer, Deputy Garrett Hanks, and Deputy David Kirkland responded to 154 Henry Lane, Bainbridge, GA., in reference to a Fight in progress.


INCIDENT REPORT 20060014934
DEP. MONTEZE MCCALL
VICTIM: LANISSA BRADLEY
OFFENDER: DERRICK CARLTON

On June 7, 2020, Decatur County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a Domestic, on 152 Black Jack Rd.


One Comment on “Incident Reports 6/11/20”

  1. Maralyn King, how about you use a little common sense next time and lock your car doors instead of bothering the officer with this bull over losing $5. Take some responsibility for yourself. Good grief.

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