Dep. Maxwell & K9 Saryk Retiring

K9 Saryk and Dep. Maxwell are both retiring from service from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office following a very successful career. Saryk came to us from Holland in October of 2015 and was paired with Dep. Maxwell to begin his training. After 16 weeks of training in South Carolina, the pair hit the streets and immediately began catching bad guys. Not only were the pair responsible for numerous criminal arrests and multiple pounds of drugs being taken off the street, but they also entertained hundreds of children and the public during numerous public demonstrations helping us to bridge the gap between the public and the Sheriff’s Office. Dep. Maxwell and Saryk were a valuable asset to the DCSO and will be deeply missed. Dep. Maxwell has chosen to pursue a career outside law enforcement, and we wish him well. Saryk is now retired and will live out his days as Dep. Maxwell’s loyal sidekick. He’s truly earned his retirement and all the belly rubs and treats that come along with it. We will truly miss this pair here at the DCSO and the community will miss their contributions to keeping our streets safe.

ALERT: Bridge Closure

Burnt Hickory Rd Bridge & North County Line Rd ridge will remain closed until mid/late August because of construction delays due to weather.

New Promotions!

Things are looking up for 3 DCSO employees who were recently promoted. Congratulations to Sgt Christopher Reeves, Sgt Jonathan Britt and Investigative Sgt. Aprile Thompson!

BOLO

Brook Cordray, 15 years of age, last seen at the Douglas County Department of Family and Children Services in Douglas County, Georgia. Described as 5’4”, 165 lbs, brown hair, brown eyes, last seen wearing black tank top, gray sweat pants, black socks and black slides. Please contact Inv. Christina Clark with any information at 678-486-1307 or cclark@sheriff.douglas.ga.us

Runaway: Richards Torres

Richards Torres, 16 years of age, last seen at his residence in Douglas County, Georgia. Please contact Inv. Christina Clark with any information at 678-486-1307 or cclark@sheriff.douglas.ga.us

Lock Your Doors

Lock Your Car Doors

This weekend there was an incident involving a stolen vehicle and the theft of items from an unlocked car. It is a reminder to everyone to lock your car doors at night and make sure to remove valuable items such as electronics, weapons, jewelry, purses, money, etc. #lockyourdoors

Kid’s Law Enforcement Academy 2021 Registration

The SCOPE division wants to let you know about a summer opportunity for kids hosted by the Villa Rica Police Department and DCSO.  It is open to kids that will be entering 5th, 6th or 7th grade in the upcoming school year.  The camp lasts for three days, and is packed full of fun, games, a K9 demo, jail tour and learning.  Due to COVID precautions, the camp is much smaller and shorter this year.  We will only be accepting 25 students.  If you know of someone interested in the camp, please get your registration form filled out and returned to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office ASAP.  You will be contacted with more information as plans are solidified.

Any questions, please contact Deputy Kimball at 678-486-1297.

 

Kid’s Law Enforcement Academy 2021 Registration Form:

2021 KLEA Reg form

Missing: Sarah Lambert

UPDATE (06/03/2021 @ 9:30AM): Sarah Lambert has been located. Thank you to everyone who has shared her information.


On June 1, 2021, Sarah Lambert left her home on East Anderson Drive in Lithia Springs, Georgia. Sarah is believed to need assistance in reuniting with her family.  Sarah was last seen wearing a multicolored blouse and black pants.  She was driving the white Toyota Avalon, pictured when she left. If anyone has information on the person or vehicle in the photographs, please contact Sergeant A. Long at (770-920-4962) or email along@sheriff.douglas.ga.us.

Congratulations, Pam Gaines

Sheriff Tim Pounds and staff would like to congratulate Pam Gaines on her retirement. She has been with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office for over 20 years. Her expertise as our Latent Print Examiner has been crucial in solving numerous cases. We wish her all the best!