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August 25, 2016

Administrative Division

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office recently participated in a relief effort to help the victims of recent flooding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. This "Convoy of Care" was a joint effort that included various law enforcement organizations from around Georgia. Read more about the convoy or watch the press conference.

August 17, 2016

Criminal Investigation Division

UPDATE: Suspect Kenny Wayne Oliver is in CUSTODY! He was located in Spartanburg, South Carolina.

On Friday August 5, 2016 at approximately 6:50 am an assault occurred at a residence on Spring Terrace in Douglas County. The victim woke up in her home to find lacerations to her neck and thumb areas. The suspect identified as Kenny Wayne Oliver (white male age 20) was living in the victim's home at the time of this incident. Kenny Wayne Oliver has warrants for his arrest in relation to this incident. The Douglas County Sheriff's Office is currently attempting to locate him at this time. We are asking that if anyone has any information on Kenny Wayne Oliver or his location please contact Detective Stewart at 770-577-5108 or the Douglas County Sheriff's Office at 770-949-5656.

Lt. Glenn Daniel
Cell: 678-898-7381
Office: 770-920-4955
Twitter: @gdaniel159

Suspect Photo:
Kenny Wayne Oliver
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 130 lbs.
Eyes: Blue

August 02, 2016

Administrative Division

Excerpt from a County press release

The debt service on the new Adult Detention and Law Enforcement Center were paid in full on August 1st, and the Commissioners and Sheriff Phil Miller celebrated by ceremoniously burning the note in front of the Jail following the morning Commission meeting. The bonds were issued on February 15, 2011, and were sold by CitiGroup and SunTrust. The interest rate was 1.7823%, and debt service payments were made every six months. The final payment on August 1st was $19,874,500 ($19,405,000 principal and $469,500 interest).

The total construction budget was $115,763,214 of which $105,858,173 was from bonds; $9,613,168 was pay-as-you-go construction; and $291,873 was from interest earned from invested bonds.

The project was approved by the Public on November 3, 2009, when a Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) received the majority of votes. The one-cent sales tax generated $133,851,570 in revenue over its six years of existence, and went out of effect on March 31st of this year. Douglas County's General Fund was reimbursed $7,306,282 from the sales tax for the original purchase of the 36-acre site, and all excess SPLOST funds also go into the General Fund.

Read the full press release here.

August 01, 2016

Administrative Division

Sheriff Phil Miller and staff would like to say thank you to Rachel Kempf and family, and members of the community for stopping by to show their support. We truly appreciate the time and effort they put in to writing all the cards and making up all the goodie bags. We cannot say 'thank you' enough!

For those wanting signs and/or stickers, please contact Sgt Traci Sullivan ( All proceeds will go towards the Making a Difference Christmas Fund. Yard signs are $10. Stickers are $6.

July 27, 2016

Criminal Investigation Division

Person of Interest in sexual crime. He is described as a dark-skinned black male, approx 5'7" 145lbs. Please call Inv. Hayes 770-920-4905 with info.

For media inquiries, contact:
Lt. Glenn Daniel

Cell: 678-898-7381
Office: 770-920-4955
Twitter: @gdaniel159

July 22, 2016

Administrative Division

Sheriff Phil Miller and staff would like to say thank you to these two sweet girls. Ericka and Kyndall Drummond were so thoughtful in setting up a lemonade stand, and brought the proceeds to the Sheriff's Office today. They stood outside for almost 11 hours in the heat, and declined to pack up shop when it started to rain. They told one of our investigators that if we have to work out in the rain, they can too. It's that kind of spirit that makes working with and for the citizens of this county so rewarding in so many ways. We can't say 'thank you' enough.

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