Anneewakee Trails Community Cookout

Sheriff Tim Pounds and members of the SCOPE, SCORPION and Patrol divisions held a community cookout at Anneewakee Trails/Falls on Saturday, July 29th. The Sheriff manned the grill along with DA Brian Fortner and Solicitor General Matthew Krull. There were around 450 attendees to the event. Sheriff Pounds is committed to being more active in the Douglas County communities. He wants residents and citizens, especially the kids, to have more positive interactions with the sheriff’s office, and plans to host more community cookout events throughout the rest of the summer. Please contact Lt. Elmer Horn at 678-486-1200 or ehorn@sheriff.douglas.ga.us to learn more about the community cookouts.

LOCATED: Shamari Unique Malazia Younkins

UPDATE (07/28/2017) Shamari Younkins has been located.

Shamari Unique Malazia Younkins, 14 years of age, was last seen 07/20/2017 at her residence in Douglas County. She was last seen wearing a black shirt with the word B.O.S.S. and black pants. Her hair is worn in long braids that hang past her shoulders. She is approximately 5’4 and weighs 145 lbs.

Please contact Inv. Terrence Dukes with any information at 678-486-1230.

Back To School

It’s almost that time of year again. Please be aware of buses, students, and school zones starting August 7!

KLEA 2017

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the Villa Rica Police Department were glad to host the first Kids Law Enforcement Academy (KLEA) week-long summer day camp. Fifty kids, 25 from Villa Rica and 25 from unincorporated Douglas County, received lessons in Patrol operations, boat safety, bike safety, evidence gathering, nutrition/physical fitness, and had opportunities to play games and make their own tie-died shirts. The response from the kids and their parents has been tremendous, and we plan on making the KLEA camps a new summertime tradition.

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Lawn Equipment Theft

On July 17, 2017, at approximately 11:17, the unknown males above drove around the parking lot of John Bleakley Ford. When the opportunity presented itself the passenger got out of the vehicle and stole a Stihl trimmer, edger and a blower from the landscaping truck.

On July 20, 2017, the same suspects stole two echo backpack blowers, a Stihl back pack blower and a Stihl Weedeater from a business on Thornton Road.

The vehicle is a blue Cadillac CTS bearing Georgia License Plate CGX1225.

If you have information in reference to this crime or any help in identifying these individuals.

Please contact Inv. M. Joseph, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office 770-920-4916 or email mjoseph@sheriff.douglas.ga.us

Reference case R1708356