On January 18, 2021, two black males entered Style Code Beauty Supply and stole wigs and several pairs of blue jeans. If anyone has information on these two suspects please contact Sgt. Melinda Wright (770)920-4910 or email@example.com.
Tory Alysa Quebedeaux, a 17-year-old runaway juvenile, was last seen the evening hours of January 18, 2021. She left her residence in Lithia Springs, Douglas County, Georgia and has not been heard from since. She may be trying to get to Louisiana to find her biological mother, Nikki. Unknown clothing description but, she should be in possession of a pink bookbag, Apple iPhone X and a laptop computer. Anyone with Information is asked to contact the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office at (770) 942-2121 or Sgt. Jay Hayes at (770) 920-4905 Reference Case Number: R2100632
Jerrica Glover, 16 years of age, was last seen on October 21st, 2020 in the Atlanta, Ga. Area, unknown clothing description. Jerrica Glover is described as 5’2, 125lbs, black hair,
and brown eyes. Please contact Inv. Lee M Martin with any information at 678-486-1212 or 770-949-5656 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This juvenile is believed to have left of their own volition, and our investigators have tried to exhaust any possible leads (friends, family, known hang-outs) before releasing this information.
Shaun Pruitt and Anthony Yourn have been identified as two of the suspects in several commercial burglaries that occurred in Douglas County. There is a third individual that hasn’t been identified.
If anyone has information on the person or the vehicles in the photographs that are shown please contact Inv. T. Puckett (770) 920-4918 or Inv. Citizen (678) 486-1274.
Sheriff Tim Pounds and staff would like to congratulate Inv. Josh Miller on his recent Secret Service National Computer Forensic Institute (NCFI) Top 50 Partners Award. He was 27th in the nation for electronic forensic examinations in 2019. During that year, he examined over 23 terabytes of data that resulted in a number of additional leads and information in a wide variety of criminal cases. We are very proud of his accomplishment, and recognize that he is a tremendous asset not only to this department but to the community as well.
Sheriff Tim Pounds and staff would like to welcome the following deputies to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office:
- Dep. Gregory Carpenter: returning DCSO Deputy and will be going to our Transports Division.
- Dep. Timothy Calhoun: previous Law Enforcement experience with DeKalb County and will be going to our Court Services Division.
- Dep. Jay Smith: previous Law Enforcement experience with Douglasville PD and will be going to our Patrol Division.
If you or anyone you know would like to join our ranks, please visit our employment page for more details.
Thank you to the Rotary Club of Douglas County! On Tuesday 12-01-20 Rotary Club of Douglas County and Rotarian Joe Williams, a member of the Douglas County Rotary Club who is also an Investigator with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office made a generous donation to “Shop with a Cop.” Two students from each elementary and middle school will enjoy a shopping spree on December 15, thanks to the generous donations from several community partners. Pictured are DCSS Police Department Chief Tracey Whaley; Rotary representatives Joe Williams, Samantha Rosado and Michelle Porter; and Sgt. Christina Clark with the DCSS Police Department.
On November 19th 2020, several members of our SCOPE Division visited area elementary schools to deliver food items that were donated by Local Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 13 in Mableton. Several personnel from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office are also members of that lodge. FOP Lodge 13 donates food each year before Thanksgiving to schools in Cherokee, Cobb, Douglas, and Paulding Counties. Each school then distributes the food to needy students and their families in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. We look forward to participating in this event each year.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce it has received a $300,000.00 grant from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS).
The goal of the H.E.A.T. program is to combat crashes, injuries and fatalities caused by impaired driving and speeding, while also increasing seatbelt use and educating the public about traffic safety and the dangers of DUI.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office H.E.A.T Unit will use the grant from GOHS to develop and implement strategies to reduce local traffic crashes due to aggressive and dangerous driving behaviors. GOHS H.E.A.T. grants are funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
“The loss of one life on our roads is one too many, and the fact almost all fatal traffic crashes can be prevented is one reason why we are awarding this grant,” Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Director Allen Poole said. “The target of zero traffic deaths in our nation is achievable, and we will continue to help develop and implement educational messages and enforcement campaigns aimed at bringing our state one step closer to that goal.”
Totaling $6.7 million for 2021, H.E.A.T. grants fund specialized traffic enforcement activities in counties throughout the state. The program was designed to assist Georgia jurisdictions with the highest rates of traffic crashes, injuries and fatalities with grants awarded based on impaired driving and speeding data.
As law enforcement partners in the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over DUI and Click It or Ticket seatbelt campaigns, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will also conduct mobilizations throughout the year in coordination with GOHS’s year-round waves of high visibility patrols, concentrated patrols, and multi-jurisdictional sobriety checkpoints.
The grant year for this award will be October 1 of 2020 to September 30 of 2021.
For more information on this grant program, contact GOHS at 404-656-6996 and for more information on GOHS and its other highway safety programs, visit www.gahighwaysafety.org.
On Tuesday 11-26-20, the Rotary Club of Douglas County and Rotarian Joe Williams, a member of the Douglas County Rotary Club who is also an Investigator with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, delivered turkeys and Thanksgiving meals to Chestnut Log Middle School for families in need.
Starting Monday 11/23/20, ALL INMATE VISITS MUST BE DONE ONLINE! No onsite visitors will be allowed in our facility without prior approval. More information regarding scheduling an online visit and/or commissary can be found on our website: https://sheriff.douglas.ga.us/jailinfo
UPDATE: (11/18/2020 @ 4:00pm) Cheryl Lynn Remson has been located. Thank you to everyone who has shared her info.
Cheryl Lynn Remson DOB was reported missing on 11/14/2020 @ 1900hrs. She was last seen by her roommate who said Cheryl was going to visit someone in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Over the weekend a friend received a call from Remson saying she was coming back through Nashville TN, but did not have enough money to make it back home. If you have any information about the whereabouts of Cheryl Lynn Remson Please contact Inv. Garner with any information at 678-486-1280 or email at email@example.com.
Lakota Owens-Howard (17 years old), was last seen on 11/09/20 in front of the Shell Gas Station on Hwy. 92 and Cherokee Blvd. wearing a gray T-shirt and khaki shorts. Lakota is approximately 5’1″ and 150 lbs.
Please contact Inv. Diana Hutcheson with any information at 678-486-1204 or 770-949-5656 (Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch).
Case # R2011819
Sgt. Joe Pounds of our SCOPE Division was recently presented with a certificate of appreciation for helping the community. Justus, who wants to eventually have a career in law enforcement, is a student at Brighten Academy and was given an assignment to write about his hero. Sgt. Pounds was pleasantly surprised at the honor, and will keep a copy of the certificate in his office. He looks forward to the day when he can give Justus a real badge.
Sheriff Tim Pounds and staff would like to congratulate our two newest mandate graduates: Dep. Seth Iversen and Dep. Khaleem RaJahn. Dep.Iversen was awarded the distinguished scholar award, and we commend him on his achievement. We are always looking for excellent men and women to join the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. If you or someone you know would like to apply, please check out our employment page.