May 30th, 2014
This race is in honor of Officer Blake Gammill, Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy who was killed in the line of duty February 24, 2005. All proceeds benefit the DCSO SERT Team.
5K Run/Walk begins at 7:30 AM, 10.5K begins at 8:15 AM and 1-Mile Run/Walk begins at 8:20 AM.
Pre-registered by June 5. 2014, 5K $20.00 and 10.5K $20.00, 1-mile $15.00 (any two races fee is $35.00) pre-registered only will be eligible for door prizes. After June 5 and on race day, fees are $25 and $20. Races will proceed rain or shine. No refunds available.
All pre-registered participants will receive one quality, wicking technical t-shirt (adult sizes only, youth sizes cotton). Late and race day registrants are not guaranteed a t-shirt.
5K overall male & female, masters male & female, and top 3 male & female in 15 age groups from 10 & under through 75+. Ribbons will be awarded to all 1-mile finishers.
All run events will be on a combination of roads, grass and trails.
For the safety of everyone, no pets, headphones or strollers are permitted on the course.
For questions, call 678-873-6720 or post a message on the Douglas County Rogue Runners web site under the Contact Us section at www.dcrr.org.
You may register on-line at www.active.com or mail entry form and fees payable to:
Douglas County Rogue Runners, P.O. Box 1846, Douglasville, GA 30133
May 23, 2014
Maya Montgomery was transported to the Douglas County Jail on May 20, 2014 for violating her probation. During the booking process, Dep. M. Lyon recovered a small amount of suspected cocaine and a glass pipe on Montgomery. Montgomery was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of drug related objects and crossing a jail guard line with drugs. Montgomery appeared before the Magistrate Judge the following morning and received a $10,000 bond on the new charges.
Marshall Lee Brummitt was arrested on May 22, 2014 by the Georgia State Patrol for DUI and related traffic charges. He originally identified himself to officers using his brother's name and date of birth. Upon arrival at the jail, Dep. T. Shepherd was able to identify Brummitt using his fingerprints. Brummitt was charged with giving a false name and four counts of forgery, for the documents that he'd signed using the false name. Dep. Shepherd also learned that Brummitt had an outstanding warrant in Florida and was attempting to conceal his identity to avoid being caught.
May 20, 2014
Traffic Safety Division
"Click It Or Ticket" runs state-wide through June 2.
"Enjoy your time with family and friends as we remember those who died fighting for our freedom," said Col. Mark McDonough, commissioner of the Department of Public Safety. "As you travel, remember to always buckle up, properly restrain children, watch your speed, avoid distractions inside your vehicle, and use a designated driver if alcohol consumption will be part of your festivities."
May 19, 2014
Criminal Investigations Division
We have recently received complaints of a male claiming he is Lt. Conway with the Douglasville Sheriff's Department Warrant Division. He has been telling individuals they have missed their jury duty and have an active warrant for their arrest. He will then tell them he will hold their warrant if they go and get a Green Dot card with an amount of money and then call back for the numbers on the card.
If you have been contacted by this person and paid him money, please contact Inv. Melinda Wright, Douglas County Sheriff's Office 770-920-4910 or the Sheriff's Office and file a report.
May 16, 2014
Two inmates being boarded for Fulton County attempted to rob a third inmate, while he was in the shower. Demonta McNabb tied a laundry bag around his waist and shimmied up a pole to reach the mezzanine level of dorm 2G. He entered the cell of another inmate and proceeded to fill the bag up with commissary items belonging to the victim. McNabb then dropped the bag down to Sadarius Monroe, who was waiting below. The incident was captured on camera both subjects were quickly identified by officers. McNabb was charged with theft by taking and terroristic threats when he threatened a deputy following the incident. A $2000 bond was set on the theft charge and no bond was given for making the threat. Monroe was charged with receiving stolen property and received a $1000 bond.
May 13, 2014
School Resource Division
Douglas County School System Summer Feeding Program
Food Service will again offer breakfast and lunch to the children of Douglas County at no cost. This program benefits all children ages 1 - 18 regardless of their income status or enrollment in a summer school program.
This year the Douglas County School System will be serving food at eleven different school sites. The dates and times are listed on the attached document. We need your help in letting parents know about this opportunity.
May 06, 2014
Criminal Investigation Division
BOLO from Douglasville Police Department
On May 6, 2014 around 0500hrs the victim finished making a deposit at the ATM at Bank of America on Douglas Blvd. The victim advised that after she made her deposit a black male (pictured below) ran up to her vehicle and produced a small black handgun and demanded money. The victim then drove off and the suspect was thrown from the side of her vehicle and ran into the woods toward Arbor Station. If you recognize the suspect or have any information contact Detective Nutter at 678-293-1729 or email@example.com
May 02, 2014
Criminal Investigations Division
Sheriff's investigators arrested Glynn Ashlin Bonner, 23 of Douglasville today for Terroristic Threats, Disruption of Public School and illegal use of a computer to cause False Alarm.
On April 23, 2014 a bomb Threat was posted on an internet chat site being utilized by numerous students at New Manchester High School. The threat stated that the School was going to "Blow up at 12:00". An alert Student notified School Staff who then notified the Sheriff's office School Resource officers. The school was evacuated and numerous Sheriffs office/Law Enofrcement and Douglas County Fire EMS resources were utilized in making sure the school was rendered safe.
Investigators working the case were able to trace information back to Mr. Bonner who is a 2009 Graduate of Chapel Hill High School. Bonner gave a full confession to Investigators and stated that he was just playing around. He is to appear before the local magistrate on Monday May 5, 2014.
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