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1- Harassing phone calls:  100 block of Maple Drive, 300 block of Sterling Ct

2- Welfare check:  1800 block of Nottingham Rd, 13000 block of US 80 E

3- Burglary:  Dogwood Acres MHP, 5000 block of Westside Rd, 300 block of Langston Chapel Rd

4- Domestic disputes:  3000 block of Cypress Lake Rd, 300 block of Simmons Rd, 200 block of Frink Rd, Lily Creek Rd

5- Suicide attempt:  500 block of Whistlestop Circle

6- Death investigation:  10000 block of Burkhalter Rd

7- Entering auto:  17000 block of US 301N

8- Criminal trespass:  Stonebrook Way

9- Theft by taking:  18000 block of T & S Deloach Lane

10- Numerous other calls for service responded to without the need for documentation

1- Fight/disturbance:  100 block of Tuscany Trail (two arrests)

2- Suicide attempt:  23000 block of US 80 E (transport to EGRMC)

3- Domestic disputes:  21000 block of US 301 N, 700 block of Hendrix Circle, 400 block of Harden’s Landing, 3000 block of Cypress Lake Rd (one juvenile arrest), 8000 block of SR 67, 1000 block of Hunters Pointe Drive

4- Drug complaint:  Langston Chapel Middle (one juvenile arrest)

5- Harassment:  100 block of Princess Lane, 200 block of West Alderman Rd, 800 block of Portal Metter Rd, 1200 block of Woodlake Trail

6- ID theft:  22000 block of US 80 E

7- Death investigation:  2000 block of Old Register Rd

8- Battery:  Southeast Bulloch Middle

9- Theft by taking:  1700 block of David Colley Rd

10- Deputies responded to multiple other calls for service requiring no report documentation

Drunk driving is an excellent example of both the need and the opportunity for prevention to be comprehensive. Clearly, laws against drunk driving, enforced by the police and adjudicated by the courts, must play a leading role in the effort to keep people from driving while drunk. But legal action alone cannot solve the problem. Many other strategies also have the potential to significantly reduce drunk driving. Together with the law, these strategies can have a major effect. People can learn more about DUI regulations here.

There can be no question that alcohol is a major contributor to the problem of traffic safety in the United States. In about half of the 44,000 fatalities caused by traffic accidents in 1984, the drivers or other people killed in the accident had alcohol in their blood.But this statistic can be misleading. It does not mean that if no one ever drove after drinking, highway fatalities would be cut in half. As David Reed, a lawyer from an experienced legal counsel points out, “Drinking-driving countermeasures can be legitimate and useful government actions, but . . . even if such countermeasures were perfectly successful, the savings in lives, injuries, and property loss would be less than widely quoted figures would lead one to believe.”

The reason, explains Reed, is that the presence of alcohol in an accident does not always mean that alcohol caused the accident. In many accidents that kill people who have been drinking, the alcohol plays a minor or insignificant role. Roadside testing by researchers has shown that an average of 10 to 20 percent of all drivers on the road have measurable levels of alcohol in their blood. It is inevitable that some of these people will be involved in fatal accidents, even if their drinking is not to blame.

Using several epidemiological studies of drunk driving, Reed has calculated a more accurate estimate of the number of deaths that could be prevented if no one ever drove after drinking; however, the number of local lawyers hired of this matter every year is significant. DUI law is complicated and the facts of every case are different. So, it’s hard for the average person who doesn’t have any legal training or experience to know if there are any viable defenses or ways to minimize the consequences. And a mistake or oversight in handling a DUI charge can easily lead to a bad result that could have been avoided, specially when it comes to injuries. Whether you go with a private DUI lawyer or a public defender, you’re generally better off with an attorney than you are representing yourself, for more information, visit https://russellandhill.com/ and get all the help you need. The data show that 24 percent of the fatalities would not have occurred if the drivers had not been drinking. Similar calculations give average estimates of 12 percent for the number of disabling injuries that would be prevented and 6 percent for the amount of preventable property damage. Of course, these figures are only estimates. Several factors that could not be included in the calculations could force these percentages higher or lower, and the data are far from perfect.

1- Aid to other agency, deputies assisted SPD in attempting to locate an armed robbery suspect on Lanier Drive

2- Entering auto, Westside Rd

3- ID theft:  3000 block of Eldora Rd, 500 block of East Mica Ct

4- Theft by deception:  4000 block of Moore Rd, 22000 block of US 80 E

5- Harassment:  100 block of Doe Drive, 50 block of Broomstraw Trace

6- Vehicle pursuit, N Foss St @ Pulaski Rd, suspect wrecked vehicle and fled on foot, warrants to be issued

7- Suicide attempt, 100 block of Egret Place, transported to EGRMC

8- Deputies responded to a variety of other calls not requiring documentation

1- Domestic disputes:  100 block of Oak St in Brooklet (one arrest), 13000 block of SR 46 (one arrest), 3000 block of Eldora Rd, English Oaks Blvd, 600 block of Shaw Rd, 14000 block of SR 46, 4000 block of Maria Sorrell Rd, 2500 block of Westover Drive,  Cypress Lake Bridge (one arrest), 20000 block of US 80 W (warrant issued), 3000 block of Twin Forks Rd (one arrest)

2- Criminal trespass:  100 block of Aggie’s Lane, 500 block of Franklin K Lane, 100 block of Ledbury Cove

3- Theft by taking:  100 block of Brannen Rd

4- ID theft:  400 block of Clifton Rd, 50 block of Windy Hill Rd

5- Entering auto:  1200 block of Cedar Lawn Rd (unlocked vehicles), 17000 block of SR 67 (unlocked)

6- Theft by taking-motor vehicle:  3000 block of SR 67, 300 block of Hannah Way

7- Burglary:  800 block of West Rushing Rd

8- Violation of a temporary protective order:  4000 block of Kennedy Bridge Rd (one arrest)

9- Death investigation:  2000 block of Sam Tillman Rd (natural)

10- STEP deputies worked various areas of the county and made 21 arrests; other deputies served several arrest warrants and responded to a variety of other calls

1- Damage to property:  Sara Lyn Lane

2- Theft by taking:  900 block of Trevor Lane, 700 block of Gueniviere Court

3- Juvenile complaint:  William James Middle School, 2000 block of US 301s

4- Domestic disputes:  100 block of Cypress Lake Drive

5- Welfare check:  1600 block of Kendricks Rd

6- Burglary:  1200 block of Beaver Creek Dr

7- STEP deputies worked the Clito area and the westside of Statesboro making several arrests including a wanted burglar

A Civilian Firearms Course will be held on Sept 24th, 2013 from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Please contact Inv Jim Riggs  by email at jim@bullochsheriff.com to schedule your slot.  Due to demand, the spaces are first come, first serve.

A Civilian Firearms Course will be held on Sept 17th, 2013 from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Please contact Inv Jim Riggs  by email at jim@bullochsheriff.com to schedule your slot.  Due to demand, the spaces are first come, first serve.

1- Mentally ill subject:  1000 block of Arcola Rd, 3000 block of Pioneer Trail

2- Theft by taking:  Patriot Inn (US 301S), 12000 block of US 301S, 19000 block of SR 46, 2000 block of Mud Rd, 500 block of Field Park Rd

3- Death investigation:  900 block of Sunshine Rd (natural)

4- Deputies responded to a variety of non-emergency calls not requiring documentation

1- Vehicle fire:  Clito Rd @ Lakeview Rd

2- Simple assault:  1000 block of Tillman Pond Rd

3- Burglary:  22000 block of US 80 E

4- Harassing phone calls: 10000 block of SR 119

5- Mentally ill subject:  8000 block of SR 67

6- Criminal trespass:  900 block of Miller St Ext

7- Domestic disputes:  200 block of Carpenter’s Lane, Pecan Grove MHP

8- Deputies responded to a variety of calls for service not requiring documentation and also served several arrest warrants

1- Disturbance/disorderly conduct:  200 block of Raintree Court,

2- Theft by taking:  100 block of Langston Chapel Rd, 12000 block of US 301S

3- Domestic disputes:  Sea Pines Apts, 700 block of Lakeview Rd

4- Deputies responded to various other non-emergency calls, arrested several on traffic stops, and STEP deputies worked the Eldora and Clito areas

1- Damage to property:  7000 block of SR 46, 2000 block of Gabbie’s Run

2- Peeping Tom:  300 block of West Leyland Court (one arrest)

3- ID theft:  800 block of Gator Rd, 1300 block of Leefield Station Rd

4- Domestic disputes:  9000 block of Burkhalter Rd, 1000 block of Holland Rd (one arrest)

5- Theft by taking:  2000 block of Dyches Rd

6- Welfare check:  500 block of R.E. Lee Rd

7- Harassment:  1200 block of Woodyard Rd

8- Criminal trespass:  2000 block of Isaac Akins Rd, 3000 block of Ben Grady Collins Rd

9- Residential structure fire:  100 block of Claude Brown Lane

10- Deputies arrested several subjects on traffic stops and warrant arrests; multiple other calls dispatched and resolved without need for reporting

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On 8/30/13 at 0750 hrs BCSO patrol deputies responded to a residence in the 300 block of West Leyland Court for a reported peeping tom.  The female complainant indicated that she had observed a white male peeping through her bathroom window and using a cellphone to video her.  Deputies tracked the male’s footprints in the dew to a nearby residence and questioned the male at that residence, later identified as Martin Landon Jones.  Jones eventually admitted that he had used his phone to video the female complainant.  The complainant positively identified Jones as being the person she observed at her window and further identified clothing located in his home as being those worn by Jones during the incident. Jones was arrested and transported to the Bulloch County Jail where he was charged with Peeping Tom (felony), Eavesdropping (felony), and Criminal trespass (misdemeanor).  He remains in custody pending a hearing before judicial authorities.  Anyone who has had a similar experience in the area or who has further information on this case should contact Deputy Eddy Grumbar at 912-764-1771 or submit an anonymous tip to tips@bullochsheriff.com

Arrest data:  Martin Landon Jones, 37 yoa, West Leyland Court Statesboro Ga

On 8/14/13 at 1430 hrs patrol deputies were notified of the capsizing of a wide fishing kayak on the Ogeechee River involving two boaters.  The two boaters were hanging onto a log in the swift current and in danger of drowning.  Shortly after arriving on scene, Sgt Tracy Miller, Cpl Travis Tuenge, and STEP Deputy Randall Norman began yelling for the boaters and obtained a general idea of their location by the screams.  Sgt Miller then obtained the assistance of a resident of the area, Tommy Pope, in using Pope’s boat to search for the two boaters.  Sgt Miller and Mr Pope located the male and female boaters hanging onto the log in the current and were able to drag both into the boat.  Sgt Miller and Mr Pope then located a second boat which had been traveling with the rescued couple and towed that boat back to the landing near River Retreat Rd.  The four boaters, all from Guyton, were not injured in the incident.

Sheriff Anderson would like to thank Mr Pope for his willingness to assist deputies in rescuing the boaters.  He would also like to announce the awarding of the Lifesaving Medal to Sgt Miller for his efforts.  Sgt Miller is a 21 year veteran of the Sheriff’s Office and serves as a shift sergeant.  His conduct during his years of service has been exemplary, and this is simply another example of his dedication to serving the citizens of Bulloch County.

1- Public intoxication:  Langston Chapel Rd (one arrest)

2- Damage to property:  100 block of Lee Avenue Ext, 200 block of Booster Blvd, 5000 block of Burkhalter Rd (one arrest)

3- Harassment:  Lane Rd, 500 block of Pope Rd, Arthur Nubern Rd

4- Disturbance/disorderly conduct:  Dry Branch Village MHP

5- Domestic disputes:  200 block of Highpoint Rd, 100 block of Stonebrook Ave, 600 block of Bonnett Rd, 1400 block of Macedonia Rd, 2000 block of   Walden Way

6- Death investigation:  4000 block of Mallard Pond Rd (natural causes)

7- Theft by taking motor vehicle:  10000 block of US 80 E

8- ID theft:  600 block of Waverly Lane

9- Arson: Arcola Rd dumpster site

10- Residential burglary:  Cedarwood Acres MHP (one arrest)

11- STEP deputies patrolled Register, Stilson, and Eldora, conducted two safety checkpoints, and arrested 12 persons

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On 8/22/13 deputies assigned to the Sheriff’s Targeted Enforcement Patrol (STEP) unit teamed up with investigators from the Bulloch County Drug Suppression Team to work several parts of the county together.  These included rural Brooklet, areas of student housing near GSU, and high drug areas near Statesboro.  At the end of the concentrated patrols, seven individuals were in custody with charges ranging from possession with intent to distribute marijuana to one individual arrested near Brooklet, Chester Larimore, who is wanted for vehicle theft out of Placer County California. 

 

STEP deputies and BCDST investigators will continue their partnership in future as a joint approach to working high crime and drug plagued areas. 

1- Criminal trespass:  Northpoint MHP (one arrest)

2- Unruly student:  Langston Chapel Middle School (one juvenile arrest)

3- Domestic disputes:  2000 block of Dink Station Rd, 8000 block of Kennedy Bridge Rd, 100 block of Reserve Lane (one arrest)

4- ID theft:  600 block of Lester Fordham Rd

5- STEP deputies and BCDST investigators served two search warrants and worked extra patrols of Brooklet and areas of high drug activity in Statesboro; 7 arrests total including one person wanted in California

 

 

 

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On 8/15/13 the family of a 14 yoa female contacted BCSO investigators regarding her being sexually involved with an 18 year old male and another 19 year old male.  The alleged incidents occurred in the Brooklet and Statesboro areas.  Investigation by Inv John Quattlebaum led to the identification of Christopher Michael Newton and Justin Cody Williams as the two male participants in the activity.  Newton was arrested and charged with Felony statutory rape and fornication.  Williams was arrested and charged with Misdemeanor statutory rape and fornication.  The difference in the severity of the stat rape charges stems from the age differences between the suspects and the victim.  The 14 year old female was also charged with fornication and unruly juvenile.

After these arrests, a 16 yoa female acquaintance of one of the suspects was found to be contacting the 14 yoa female attempting to influence her testimony.  The 16 yoa female was arrested and charged with attempting to influence a witness.

1- Damage to property:  300 block of A.J. Riggs Rd

2- Disorderly conduct/warrant arrest:  3000 block of SR 46 (one arrest)

3- Theft by taking:  25000 block of US 301N, 1700 block of Brook Run Drive

4- Threats:  8000 block of Sinkhole Rd, 9000 block of Brooklet Denmark Rd

5- Structure fire:  900 block of Brittany Lane

6- Deputies served several arrest warrants and also responded to a variety of calls for service not requiring a report

1- Theft by taking:  1600 block of Nesmith Proctor Rd (one arrest)

2- ID theft:  Cypress Lake MHP, 600 block of T.H. Lee Rd, 400 block of Coley Boyd Rd

3- Domestic disputes:  3000 block of SR 119

4- Deputies arrested several person on traffic and warrants and responded to a variety of calls not requiring reporting

 

1- Domestic disputes:  200 block of Frink Rd, 4000 block of Moore Rd, Live Oak Lane Rd (one arrest), 5000 block of Cherrywood Drive, 1500 block of Westside Rd (one arrest)

2- Theft by taking:  2300 block of Old Register Rd, 500 block of East Mica Court

3- Suicide attempt:  2000 block of Old Register Rd (transported to EGRMC)

4- Vehicle pursuit:  Shuman Rd (one arrest, no injuries)

5- Deputies of various shifts were called in to work in order to handle the extremely heavy flooding which occurred

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In a continuing effort to use existing funds in a more efficient way, Sheriff Anderson has directed that a new Court Services Division be formed.  Formerly the Court Security Division operated independently, with Warrants/Civil being supervised by the Patrol Division and Prisoner transport being supervised by the Jail Division.  This consolidation under a Court Services Division will bring Court Security, Warrants/Civil, and Prisoner transport deputies under one Captain and ensure that matters which involve the courts are supervised under one structure.  An added benefit will be more sworn law enforcement personnel at judicial facilities.  Captain Keith Stone, an 18 year Sheriff’s Office veteran, was tasked with implementing the new division after gathering input from the judges and other stakeholders.  Citizens should notice a more visible presence of deputies at court facilities and changes in operating procedures to better secure these facilities.

1- Domestic disputes:  400 block of Bowen Lane, 200 block of Hodges Circle, 2800 block of Brooklet Leefield Rd, 700 block of Hubert Church Rd, RV Williford’s MHP, 5100 block of Mill Creek Rd

2- ID theft:  200 block of Westbrook Court, 1700 block of Brook Run Drive

3- Theft by taking:  Ben Grady Collins Rd

4- Disturbance/disorderly conduct:  Northpoint MHP

5- Criminal trespass:  20000 block of US 80 E

6- Deputies served several arrest warrants, assisted Brooklet P.D. at the Peanut Festival, and responded to multiple other calls including civil disputes, alarms, traffic complaints, etc

1- Domestic disputes:  900 block of SR 24

2- Damage to property:  US 301S @I-16

3- Theft by taking:  200 block of Wellington Circle

4- Criminal trespass:  1000 block of West Waters Rd

5- BCDST investigators arrested several suspects on drug related charges at the Hometown Inn on Fair Rd

6- ID theft:  600 block of Timber Ridge Drive

7- Deputies served several arrest warrants and responded to a variety of miscellaneous calls of a non-criminal nature

8- STEP deputies worked the Portal area making 5 arrests

1- Vehicle fire, Burkhalter Rd @ Golf Club Rd

2- Residential structure fire, 7000 block of Burkhalter Rd

3- Criminal trespass:  Franklin Rd, 100 block of Molokai Lane, 900 block of Hendrix Deloach Rd

4- Mentally ill subject, 500 block of R.E. Lee Rd, subject transported for evaluation

5- Theft by taking:  500 block of Matthews Rd

6- Disturbance/disorderly conduct:  6000 block of Pulaski Rd (one arrest)

7- STEP deputies patrolled the Register area, making four arrests

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Staff members at the Bulloch County Correctional Institute received information that family members of an inmate would make an attempt to place contraband tobacco at a work site for that inmate to pick up while on a work detail.  BCCI staff members contacted the Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office Drug Suppression Team for assistance in investigating the incident.  BCDST investigators were able to identify Frederick Harris and Carolyn Harris of Albany as the persons responsible for dropping off the contraband items.  The inmate, John Harris, was charged after he recovered the contraband and attempted to bring it back inside the Correctional Institute.  Warrants were issued for Frederick and Carolyn Harris and the couple was arrested with the assistance of law enforcement in Dougherty County Ga. They were returned to the Bulloch County Jail where they later posted bond and were released.  Biographical data on the arrestees follows:

Frederick Harris, 62 yoa, Pleasant Grove Church Rd Albany Ga, one count of Criminal Attempt to Cross Guard Lines with Contraband

Carolyn Harris, 65 yoa, Pleasant Grove Church Rd Albany Ga, one count of Criminal Attempt to Cross Guard Lines with Contraband

John Harris, 31 yoa, Bulloch County Correctional Institute, one count of Criminal Attempt to Cross Guard Lines with Contraband

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Based on the results of an investigation by Cpt Todd Hutchens, Terry Mccollum has been arrested and charged with failure to register as a sex offender.  Mccollum was required to notify deputies of changes in his residence and employment based on a 2000 conviction in North Carolina for taking indecent liberties with a child.  Mccollum changed both his address and employer recently without making such a notification.  A tip by an alert citizen initiated the investigation and resulted in Mccollum’s arrest.  He is currently held without bond at the Bulloch County Jail.  Citizens may view local sex offenders by using the Sheriff’s Office website, www.bullochsheriff.com, or by using crimereports.com and searching Bulloch County.  Citizens who believe that a sex offender is not in compliance with the registry requirements are encouraged to contact Cpt Hutchens at 912-764-1787 or submit an anonymous tip to tips@bullochsheriff.com

1- Mentally ill subject:  2000 block of Old Register Rd (transported to EGRMC)

2- Failure to register as a sex offender, Dogwood Acres MHP, one arrest

3- Criminal trespass:  1000 block of Pondside Drive

4- Theft by taking:  Plantation MHP, 100 block of Dakota Lane

5- Drug investigators worked complaints received from the public, STEP deputies worked Clito and Stilson making several arrests

1- Terroristic threats:  3000 block of Cypress Lake Rd, one arrest

2- ID theft:  3000 block of Cleary Rd, 18000 block of SR 46

3- Theft by taking:  2000 block of Old Groveland Rd

4- Burglary:  1600 block of Rebekah Rd

5- Disorderly conduct:  4000 block of Old River Rd S

6- Damage to property:  800 block of King Arthur Drive

7- Forgery:  1000 block of Furman Rd

8- Arson:  12000 block of US 301 S

9- Deputies responded to various other calls for service which did not require documentation

1- Theft by taking:  Rocky Ford Landing, 17000 block of SR 67, 10000 block of US 301S, Plantation MHP, 600 block of Honeysuckle Drive

2- Burglary:  26000 block of US 80 W

3- Disorderly conduct:  8000 block of Nevils Groveland Rd (one arrest)

4- Theft of services:  Broomstraw Trace

5- Terroristic threats:  300 block of A.J. Riggs Rd

6- Domestic disputes:  6000 block of Sinkhole Rd, 4000 block of SR 119, US 301 S (one arrest), 200 block of Old Leefield Rd (one arrest)

7- Damage to property:  300 block of Langston Chapel Rd

8- Death investigations:  1800 block of Kendricks Rd (natural), Steel Bridge on SR 119 (drowning)

9- Entering auto:  SR 67 @ I-16

10- STEP deputies, working with Drug Suppression investigators, arrested multiple subjects for drug related offenses over the weekend

 

1- Drug investigators responded to drug complaints at three separate locations, one search warrant completed, one arrest

2- Deputies responded to Nevils for an injured person at a peanut processing facility, EMS and Fire extracted victim

3- Domestic disputes:  Summerside Rd, 100 block of Becky Drive (one arrest)

4- Deputies assisted SPD in arresting two burglary suspects on Lanier Drive

5- STEP deputies patrolled Cypress Lake Rd, Irongate, Brannen Rd, and Westside Rd; several arrests

1- Missing person, 1200 block of Akins Anderson Rd, subject located safely

2- Recovered stolen property/manufacturing meth, 2000 block of Buttermilk Rd, one arrest

3- Domestic disputes:  23000 block of US 80 E

4- Vehicle fire, US 80 @ Arcola Rd

5- Deputies served several arrest warrants and responded to a variety of miscellaneous complaints

1- Criminal trespass:  Irongate Subdivision

2- Disrupting public school:  Southeast Bulloch High

3- Domestic disputes:  3000 block of Starling Rd (one arrest), 2000 block of Old Register Rd

4- Damage to property:  Langston Chapel Middle School

5- Deputies responded to numerous flooded roadways due to heavy rains

1- Theft by deception:  Newell’s Recycling, 9000 block of US 301S

2- Criminal trespass:  6000 block of Court Place, 3000 block of Pioneer Trail, 300 block of Hannah Way, 100 block of Pamela Way

3- Aggravated assault:  8000 block of Two Chop Rd (one arrest)

4- Domestic disputes:  Mill Creek Estates MHP (one arrest), 2000 block of Old Riggs Mill Rd (one arrest), Cedarwood Acres MHP, 300 block of Live Oak Lane Rd, 100 block of Lester Fordham Rd (one arrest), 200 block of Triple T Rd (one arrest), 2000 block of Dyches Rd, 800 block of Crane Lane, 600 block of Ogeechee Drive West, 8000 block of Sinkhole Rd, 3000 block of Cypress Lake Rd, 1000 block of Bartlett Drive

5- Attempted burglary:  2000 block of Blankenbaker Rd

6- Manufacturing methamphetamine:  2000 block of Pulaski Rd (three arrests)

7- Theft by taking:  100 block of Lincoln St, 21000 block of US 80 E

8- STEP deputies worked Clito and Register, making multiple arrests

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See the “BOLO” section for current press releases

Sheriff Noel Brown and the staff of the Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office welcome you to our website.  It is the purpose of this page to disseminate information in a direct and timely manner to the citizens of Bulloch County.  Additionally, we welcome you to browse through and meet our dedicated staff – you will find biographies and contact information for each deputy. 

MISSION STATEMENT

The Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing the highest level of public service while practicing the ultimate ideals of law enforcement distinction. Additionally, it is our mission to:  protect the judiciary, execute orders of the courts, support our law enforcement partners and provide for the care, custody and control of legally incarcerated inmates.  Our duties and responsibilities, as mandated by the Constitution of the State of Georgia, are:

  • Operating the jail for the safety and security of the community while providing a safe, humane, and secure environment for both the staff and inmates;
     
  • Properly receiving and serving civil processes and subpoenas and order from the Probate, Magistrate, State, and Superior Courts;
     
  • Properly receiving and executing criminal warrants originating from the Recorder’s, Magistrate, State, and Superior Courts;
     
  • Providing for the safety of and security of the Superior, State, Magistrate, Recorder’s, and Juvenile Courts and their respective Judges and Officiates.

In addition to those mandates we are also a full service law enforcement agency, complete with the following divisions:  Road Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Court Services, and the Crime Suppression Team. 

Ultimately, the Office of Sheriff is charged with maintaining the peace of this county and the apprehension of those who commit criminal offenses.   Sheriff Noel Brown, and the team of law enforcement professionals who comprise this Office, pledge our unwavering dedication to fulfilling these obligations in proud service to the citizens of Bulloch County. 

The Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office website is under construction. For sex offender registry information please visit the GBI Sex Offender website by clicking on the following link.

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