On February 7 2021 at approximately 2:37 pm the subject pictured stole a 2019 Diamond enclosed cargo trailer from 4500 Industrial Access Road in Douglasville GA. The vehicle used was a black or blue newer model Jeep Cherokee or Grand Cherokee Limited with what looks to be a dealer tag. The suspect appears to be male and was wearing a red hoodie, jeans and Nike shoes. If anyone has information on the person or vehicles in the photographs, please contact Investigator T. Puckett at (770-920-4918) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPDATE (03/22/2021 @ 8:30pm): Nathanael Searcy is now in custody. Thank you to everyone who shared his information.
On March 16, 2021, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office responded to Silver Way in the Silver Creek Ranch Subdivision in Lithia Springs, Georgia, to a reported vehicle collision and shots fired call.
Deputies arriving discovered 21-year-old Melvin Porter deceased in the driver’s seat of a minivan which had left the roadway and came to rest behind a residence.
Investigators followed leads, canvased the neighborhood and conducted interviews into the early morning hours. According to eye witnesses and with the assistance of home surveillance videos, 17-year-old, Nathanael Michael Searcy, was identified as the individual who shot and killed Melvin Porter.
Multiple Search Warrants have been executed and the case is still ongoing. Two other arrests have been made in this case with associates of Nathanael Searcy who were at the scene of the crime. In addition to Searcy, additional arrests are expected.
Please contact Sgt. J. Hayes or Douglas County Sheriff’s Office with any information at:
- 770-920-4905 (Sgt. Jay Hayes)
- 770-949-5656 (Douglas County Emergency)
Jabbaris Brown, 15 years of age, last seen on February 23, 2021 at his residence in Douglas County, GA. He was last seen wearing a red sweatshirt, black jeans with holes in the pants, and black Airforce Ones. Jabbaris Brown is described as 5’10”, 145 lbs. black hair, brown eyes. Any information please contact Inv. Christina Clark 678-486-1307 or email@example.com.
Sheriff Tim Pounds and staff would like to congratulate Ashley Long on her recent promotion to Investigative Sergeant. She will be leading the Persons Unit in our Criminal Investigations Division.
Andrew Acquah-Imbeah, 15 years old, is a black male, 5’9″, 130lbs. He has black hair with short braids, brown eyes, and was last seen at his residence in Douglas County, GA. At the time, Andrew was wearing a white top, red pants, and a blue jacket. Please contact Inv. Clark at 678-486-1307 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On February 2, 2021 at approximately 1:30am, a male and female were captured stealing rent payments out of the mail slot at the Douglasville Regency Mobile Home Park on McKown Rd, Douglasville GA. The male was seen wearing a sweatshirt, sweatpants and tennis shoes. The female was wearing a checkered pattern jacket, blue jeans and boots. They were seen leaving in a newer model Chevrolet Tahoe with no tag.
If anyone has information on the people or vehicle in the photographs, please contact Investigator C. Clark at 678-486-1307 or email email@example.com.
On January 6, 2021 two subjects entered the mailboxes at the Manchester Place Apartments located at 1600 Blairs Bridge Rd, Lithia Springs GA. They used an unknown tool to pry open the mailboxes. They were captured on video removing multiple pieces of mail and packages before leaving in an grey car with tinted windows that was parked near the mail area.
If anyone has information on the people or the vehicle in the photographs above please contact Investigator T. Smith (678-486-1294) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheriff Tim Pounds and staff would like to congratulate the following personnel on their recent promotions:
- Lt. Aycock* (promotion from CID Sgt.)
- Lt. Catlin (promotion from CID Sgt.)
- Lt. LaPoint (promotion from Jail Division Sgt.)
- Sgt. Ayers (promotion from SRO/Deputy)
- Sgt. Duncan (promotion from Deputy/Fleet)
- Sgt. Gomez* (promotion from SID Investigator)
- Sgt. Miller (promotion from CID Investigator)
- Sgt. Wright (promotion from CID Investigator)
* not pictured
We would also like to welcome back Inv. Christy Clark. She will be returning to CID in the near future.
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.
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
Sheriff Tim Pounds and staff would like to congratulate Investigator Jay Hayes on his recent promotion to Investigative Sergeant. He has over 16 years of experience with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, and will continue to work with our Crimes Against Persons Unit in the Criminal Investigations Division.
Angel Morrison (16 years old) was last seen leaving Alexander High School on 10.19.20 wearing blue joggers and a grey breast cancer awareness hoodie. There are two persons of interest sought in this case. If anyone recognizes either of these two individuals or the vehicle, please contact Inv. Benefield at 678-456-1307 or DCSO Dispatch at 770-949-5656.
During the midst of the current COVID-19 pandemic, and all the issues surrounding the virus, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has been diligently working to clean the Efficiency Lodge on Fairburn Road of drug dealers. This summer, the Special Investigations Division received information that multiple individuals were involved in a drug trafficking organization operating in the Efficiency Lodge located at 2420 Fairburn Rd, Douglasville Georgia.
During the past several months investigators have made undercover purchases of illicit narcotics from individuals working in concert to facilitate their drug trade. During these operations, some individuals involved were often armed, and utilized communication devices to thwart any type of law enforcement intervention.
On the morning of October 15, 2020, multiple units from the Douglas County Sheriff’s office, Douglasville Police Department, and the Georgia Department of Public Safety executed multiple search warrants simultaneously at the Efficiency Lodge. Search warrants were executed at multiple rooms as well as the office. A related search warrant was also executed at 3625 Sweet Briar Circle, Lithia Springs GA. Agents were able to seize marijuana, cocaine, crack cocaine, methamphetamine, US currency, and a total of 5 firearms.
Investigators arrested the following individuals:
Alviro Smith, 24
Deselvia Greely, 30
Paul Robinson, 39
Trina Robinson, 36
Michael Sasser, 32
Victor Medina, 45
Charges levied against those arrested vary by suspect; however, range from RICO (Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act), use of telecommunications device to facilitate a felony, possession of a firearm during a violation of the Georgia Controlled Substance Act, reckless conduct, theft by receiving stolen motor vehicle, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, and sales of illicit narcotics.
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office strives to serve, protect, and make the community safe. Community involvement is the key to a healthy and happy community. Working together will help to make Douglas County a safe and happy place to live and work. If you have any information of criminal or suspicious activity we would like to hear from you and anonymous tips are always welcome. Stay safe as we head into the holiday season.
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