Missing: Juvenile Haylee Churchill

Haylee Churchill, 13 years of age, was last seen June 20, 2018 at her residence in Douglas County, unknown clothing description.
Haylee is described as 5’4, approximately 135 lbs, brownish red hair with red being at the ends of her hair, and blue eyes.
Please contact Inv. Christy Clark with any information at 678-486-1274 or cclark@sheriff.douglas.ga.us.

Cornerstone Early Learning Center Field Trip

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the teachers and students from Cornerstone Early Learning Center for stopping by today. MSgt. Jesse Hambrick showed the kids around most of our facility, and answered a lot of questions during the tour. If your organization would like to tour our facility, please contact either Lt. Elmer Horn at ehorn@sheriff.douglas.ga.us or MSgt. Jesse Hambrick at jhambrick@sheriff.douglas.ga.us.

Community Day 2018

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office was once again invited to participate in the annual Community Day Cookout hosted by the Anneewakee Trails Home Owners’ Association. Sheriff Pounds was on hand to grill up hot dogs for everyone, and the hot weather definitely gave the Polar Patrol a workout. We would like to thank the Citizens Law Enforcement Academy Alumni of Douglas County for their help and support.

2018 Kids’ Law Enforcement Academy

Chief Michael Mansour and Sheriff Tim Pounds have again partnered for the 2018 Kids Law Enforcement Academy (KLEA). Joining us in this partnership is the Douglas County Board of Education. This is a free one week day camp that introduces kids to different aspects of law enforcement in a friendly and fun environment. The academy will be held July 16th – 20th from 9am – 3pm at Mirror Lake Elementary.

The Kids Academy is for children who will be in grades 5, 6, 7 and 8 for the 2018-2019 school year. Attendees must be a resident of the City of Villa Rica (Carroll or Douglas County side) or Douglas County and not have attended the Academy in the past 3 years.

Applications are at the Villa Rica Police Department (101 Main St, Villa Rica) and Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (8470 Earl D. Lee Rd, Douglasville). ALL applications MUST be turned into either agency no later than Sunday July 8th.

For the comfort and safety of the children, parents and or guardians will not be allowed to be present during the academy. A special graduation ceremony will be held on Friday July 20th that is open for parents/guardians.

For more information, please contact Sgt. Jesse Hambrick (DCSO) at jhambrick@sheriff.douglas.ga.us or 770-577-5106.

BOLO: Juvenile Skye Lyn Campbell

Skye Lyn Campbell, 17 years of age, has been missing since 05/30/18 and left her home without identification. Skye is possibly en route to the Jacksonville, Florida area. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Skye please contact:
Investigator Sean Fowler
Criminal Investigations
Property Crimes
Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
(770) 920-4918

Gammill Run 2018

The 14th annual Blake Gammill run/walk was held at Boundary Waters Park on Saturday, May 19th, 2018. The rains held off on race day and we had almost 200 registered racers participating. There were several others from the community who came out to support the runners. Several members from the various high school ROTC programs, lead by DCSO Deputy Tony Carr, came out and participated in the race as well. We would like to give thanks to all of this year’s sponsors. Special thanks to the Douglas County Parks and recreation department for continued support in allowing the race to be held at Boundary Waters Park. As always our volunteers from the Douglas County Rogue Runners, DCSO CLEA, and Explorers were very much appreciated. Special recognition was given for the Douglasville-Douglas County WSA for having 47 registered racers, the most for a single organization. Blake’s parents, Dale and Stella Gammill were both in attendance and were pleased with the turnout. As always this year’s proceeds will be used to fund training and equipment for the Douglas County Sheriff’s Emergency Response Team. Results of the race can be found at http://running.net/content/results.

Photos and video courtesy of Stephanie Neimiller at http://splashdesignstudio.com/.


Thieves Break Into Multiple Vehicles

On May 24, 2018 Sheriffs officials were notified about several entering autos that had occurred in the overnight hours in the Central Church/ Reid Rd area. In one instance, a homeowner interrupted the suspects attempting to steal items from a vehicle. The suspects upon fleeing produced a firearm and fired multiple shots into the ground. No one was injured. Throughout the morning the Sheriff’s office searched the surrounding area in an attempt to locate the individuals responsible. In all, approximately 17 vehicles were entered and a vehicle that was stolen out of Union City Georgia was recovered. Preliminary investigation shows that the individuals responsible for the thefts were not from Douglas County and most likely from South Fulton County.

We would like to remind everyone to lock your vehicles at night and remove all valuables. This includes any firearms you may keep in your vehicle. All of the vehicles entered in these instances were unlocked. This has become a pattern across metro Atlanta with thieves targeting the easiest opportunity.

Spreading Mulch at Master Garden

Some of our inmates spread mulch at the Douglas County Master Gardeners’ Plant-A-Row for Hunger vegetable garden last week.

Welcome New Hires

Please welcome our newest personnel. Left to right: Patrol Deputy Recruit T. Hewitt, Jailer T. Duncan, Sheriff Tim Pounds, Jailer N. Roper, and Courthouse Deputy Recruit J. Carter.

Welcome, Graduates and New Hires

Three new deputies: H. Citizen, D. Gibson, and M. Aziz graduated from the North Central Law Enforcement Academy on Friday, May 4th. They were sworn in on Monday, May 7th alongside new hires Jailer S. Combs and Deputy T. VandeZande.


Located: Yesenia Rebollar

UPDATE: 05/14/2018 Yesenia Rebollar has been reunited with her family and is safe.

Yesenia Rebollar was reported missing on 05/01/18. She was last seen at her home on 04/01/18. Mother found a letter written by Yesenia on 04/18/18 stating that she was going to the city to visit the Museum.

Located: Juvenile Karlisa Lowe

UPDATE: 05/09/18 Karlisa Lowe has been located.

Juvenile Karlisa Lowe, who has a history of running away, left her home on 04/24/18 without her mother’s permission. She is believed to be staying with her network of friends somewhere in Annewakee Trails Subdivision.

City of Douglasville Spring Cleanup Week 2018

One week during the Spring and Fall, the City of Douglasville picks up large items such as furniture and appliances at no charge.

Accepted Items:

  • Furniture and appliances
  • Old carpet and carpet padding
  • Building materials that have been stored on your property
  • Old fencing materials
  • Tree limbs no larger than 5 feet long or 6 inches in diameter
  • Paint – must be solidified with kitty litter or similar material.

More about the city’s recycling program can be found on their website.