The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will be joining the #9PMRoutine social media campaign on September 1st. For the entire month, we will be reminding our social media followers each night to secure their homes and valuables. We encourage everyone to get into the habit of removing things like wallets and weapons from vehicles, making sure the vehicle is locked, closing and locking any gates to your property, that doors to your residence are also locked, and to turn on exterior lights before going to bed for the night. It is our goal to deter easy-target crimes such as entering autos, and we hope that county residents get in the habit of locking up before turning in for the evening.
On June 24, 2018, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office was notified of 40 cases of car break-ins in subdivisions off Riverside Pkwy as well as in the Brittni Place subdivision. It is believed that a 12-person crew is responsible for those break-ins. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division has been working closely with other agencies and jurisdictions including the DeKalb Police Department, the Cobb County Police Department, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office and the Harrallson County Sheriff’s Office to identify members of this crew. So far, eight suspects have been identified. Six are in custody, and four still need to be identified. It is believed that several juveniles are part of this crew. Please contact Inv. Jones at 678-486-1254 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any information about the identity and/or whereabouts of the remaining suspects.
A second two-man crew is believed to be behind another 40-60 entering autos targeting vehicles in the Brittni Place subdivision as well as locations in Carrollton and Villa Rica. Those car break-ins occurred on or around August 10, 2018. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division worked with the Cobb County Police Department, Brookhaven Police Department, Villa Rica Police Department, and the Carrollton Police Department to identify, locate, and arrest these individuals. One is currently in custody, and both have multiple active warrants.
Sheriff Tim Pounds and the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office would like to welcome new jailer, F. Duncan.
The ball field at Jessie Davis Park gets a lot of use, and one of our inmate work crews recently installed some new sod.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and Sheriff Tim Pounds would like to welcome two new hires: Jailer T. Williams, and Deputy J. Delph.
UPDATE (08/30/2018 @ 07:39AM): Destiny Layne has been located. Thank you to everyone who has shared this post.
Destiny La’Shon Layne, 17 years of age, was last seen on July 24, 2018 in Douglas County, unknown clothing description. Destiny is described as 5’4, approximately 140 lbs, black hair, and brown eyes. Please contact Inv. Darrell Black with any information at 770-920-4914 or 770-949-5656 or email@example.com.
UPDATE (08/22/2018 @ 07:11) Cameron Bell has been located. Thank you to everyone who has shared this story.
Cameron Jordan Bell, 16 years of age, was last seen August 9, 2018 in Douglas County, wearing a light blue shirt, a blue jacket, light blue jeans with cuts in the pants, and wearing a back pack, Cameron is described as 6’0, approximately 140 lbs, shorth black hair, and brown eyes, with lighter skin tone. Please contact Inv. Darrell Black with any information at 770-920-4914 or 770-949-5656 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On 07/30/18 at approximately 07:30 the subject pictured was observed on camera entering a customer’s vehicle at the Valero Gas Station located at 802 Thornton Road and stole a victim’s cell phone. The subject then left in the white van pictured above which was also found to be reported stolen out of Fulton County. Any information as to the identity of the suspect please notify Inv. E. Waters at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at the contacts provided.
Case Number: R1810463
Congratulations and welcome to the following personnel: Jailer C. Crumley, Jailer B. Brown, Jailer K. Myers and Deputy Recruit K. Mack!
Sheriff Tim Pounds and personnel from the SCOPE Division were busy over the weekend! There were several events on Saturday that the Sheriff, several of our School Resource Officers, and the ice cream truck attended including the Crossroads For Life Community Back to School Give Away Day and the Back 2 School Jamboree and Resource Fair at Jessie Davis Park, plus events at the Children’s Dental Group on Thornton Road and Christ Apostolic Life Church on Newman Street.
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Sheriff’s Community Outreach Program and Education (SCOPE) Division
8470 Earl D. Lee Blvd
Douglasville, GA 30134
These phone numbers for the School Resource Officers are only good during the school year (August – May). If you need to reach a School Resource Officer during the summer break, please call the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office any time at (770) 942-2121.
|Capt. Elmer Horn||Douglas County Sheriff’s Office||(770) 920-4901|
|Sgt. Jesse Hambrick||Douglas County Sheriff’s Office||(770) 577-5106|
|Dep. Lewis Fredenburg||Alexander High School||(770) 651-6000|
|Dep. Aaron Smith||Alexander High School||(770) 651-6000|
|Dep. Ken Davenport||Chapel Hill High School||(770) 651-6200|
|Dep. Clint Ayers||Chapel Hill High School||(770) 651-6200|
|Dep. Keith Wood||Chapel Hill Middle School||(770) 651-5000|
|Dep. Cindy West||Chestnut Log Middle School||(770) 651-5100|
|Dep. Theresa Jones||Fairplay Middle School||(770) 651-5300|
|Dep. Cam Brooks||Lithia Springs High School||(770) 651-6700|
|Dep. Diana Hutcheson||Lithia Springs High School||(770) 651-6700|
|Dep. Matt Wilson||Mason Creek Middle School||(770) 651-2500|
|Dep. Chuck Sharpe||New Manchester High School||(770) 651-6500|
|Dep. Chiquita Baitey||New Manchester High School||(770) 651-6500|
|Dep. Mark Matthews||Turner Middle School||(770) 651-5500|
|Dep. Charles Carter||Yeager Middle School||(770) 651-5600|
|Dep. Tony Carr||Alternative High School|
Roads cleaned : 217
Tires collected : 61
Bags collected : 989
Mattress collected : 25
Total weight of trash collected : 50,040 Lbs.
County Offices cleaned : 29
County properties mowed :71