Incident Reports 1/13/21





DECATUR COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE REPORTS SUMMARY

INCIDENT REPORT 20110063
DEP. TIMOTHY FOWLER
VICTIM: N/A
OFFENDER: DEQUAN WATTS

On Monday, January 11, 2021, at approximately 1746 hours, Deputy Timothy Fowler and Lieutenant John Presilla responded to the area of Faceville Highway and Meadowbrook Subdivision, in reference to Traffic Control. Upon arrival to this area, Lt. Presilla clocked a white in color vehicle occupying four individuals going 103 mph in a 55-mph speed zone. Lt. Presilla flipped around on the vehicle initiating his emergency lights and sirens attempting to conduct a traffic stop. E-911 had advised Lt. Presilla that the driver of the vehicle, Dequan Watts, was wanted out Decatur County Sheriff’s Office on a Failure to Appear Warrant. Watts was placed under arrest and transported to the Decatur County Jail.


INCIDENT REPORT 21010001148
DEP. PATRICK WILKINSON
VICTIM: JASON PRIEST / JESSICA WHITE
OFFENDER: JASON PRIEST / JESSICA WHITE

On January, 11, 2021, at approximately 2346 hours, Deputy Patrick Wilkinson, and Deputy Jordan Phillips responded to 162 Hunter Road, in reference to a Domestic.


INCIDENT REPORT 21010001101
DEP. PATRICK WILKINSON
VICTIM: CALVIN GLENN
OFFENDER: UNKNOWN

On January, 11, 2021, at approximately 1717 hours, Deputy Patrick Wilkinson responded to 260 Glennville Road, in reference to Stolen Property.


INCIDENT REPORT 21010001090
LT. JUSTIN BEDWELL
VICTIM: RHINESTONE TRANSPORT
OFFENDER: UNKNOWN

On Monday, January 11, 2021, at about 1600 hours, Lieutenant Justin Bedwell met with Robbie McMillan, in the lobby of the Decatur County Sheriff’s Office, regarding a Lost or Stolen Tag.


INCIDENT REPORT 21010001081
DEP. CHRIS JACKSON
VICTIM: JAMES BULLOCK
OFFENDER: UNKNOWN

On Monday, January 11, 2021, at 1338 hours, Deputy Chris Jackson was responded to 912 Spring Creek Road, Bainbridge, Georgia, in reference to Bank fraud.


INCIDENT REPORT 21010001040
SGT. AUSTIN SPENCE
VICTIM: N/A
OFFENDER: BRIAN ANDERSON

On January 11, 2021, at approximately 0953 hours, Decatur County Sergeant Austin Spence was patrolling the area of Hwy 27 South near the Palmer Motel, when he observed a black in color Ford Mustang in his rear-view mirror fail to maintain lane, crossing into the paved median with the front driver side of the vehicle. Sgt. Spence ran a check of Anderson driver’s license through E-911. Anderson came back Wanted out of Colquitt County for Failure to Appear. Sgt. Spence placed Anderson under arrest and transported him to the Decatur County Jail.





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