2018-04-11 / Public Safety





On March 30, 2018, Deputy Garison Clenney was patrolling on Bellview Road in Miller County when he came in contact with a vehicle with the brake light out.

Deputy Clenney made a traffic stop on the vehicle and made contact with the driver, Jerome Williams of 10 Moore Road, Colquitt.

An arrest was made on Williams for suspended license. The subject was transported to the Miller County Jail.


On April 5, 2018, Deputy Chris Goff was dispatched to GA Highway 91 in reference to a theft that had already occurred. The complainant was Trent Ladon Clenney of 463 Thompson Town Road, Colquitt.


On March 28, 2018, Deputy Dale Glover was dispatched to Whites Bridge Road in reference to a vehicle accident.

The vehicle, a 1996 Chevrolet Silverado, left the roadway on the left side and entered the northern ditch. It then traveled down the ditch for approximately 500 feet before striking some trees and uprooting two of them. The vehicle continued east until being stuck in the northern ditch.

Upon the deputy’s arrival, no driver was at the location, and vehicle was left abandoned.

Being the vehicle was on county property and was left in the ditch, it was towed by Watson’s Wrecker.


On March 31, 2018, Deputy Garison Clenney was dispatched to Three Notch Road at SR 273 in reference to a car versus cow.

Upon arrival, he spoke with the driver of the vehicle, Theodrick Blount of 2882 Bordan Street, Marianna, FL. Blount stated that the cow was standing in the middle of the road facing the car. The driver stated he attempted to slow down but was unable to before hitting the cow.

The vehicle, a 2007 Ford Crown Victoria, sustained heavy damage to the front passenger side of the vehicle.

EMS was called to the scene, but the driver refused treatment,

The owner of the cow, Harrell Cobb was notified of the accident and produced his insurance coverage.


On April 1, 2018, Deputy Dale Glover responded to a vehicle being in the ditch on Rock Road.

Upon the deputy’s arrival, there was no one in the vehicle, and it was partially in the roadway.

The vehicle, a 1999 Jeep Wrangler, registered to Sammy Joe Baker of 1793 Pool Road, Donalsonville, was traveling east on Rock Road when it entered in the ditch.

Because of the vehicle being in the roadway and being a hazard, it was towed.



On Friday, April 6, 2018, Allen Worsley called the Miller County Sheriff’s Office and spoke with Investigator Tyrone Burns in reference to damage to property.

Worsley stated that the pavement in front of 619 Helms Road had been damaged by an unknown logging company.

Upon Investigator Burn’s arrival, he noticed the pavement on the edge of the roadway to the entry of the logging company work site had been damaged.

The investigator took pictures of the damage to the roadway. The case is still under investigation.

On April 7, 2018, Deputy Chris Goff was on patrol when he observed a black in color Toyota Corolla traveling north on Moulton Road.

Once the deputy approached the rear of the vehicle, he noticed that the tag was expired. The tag was confirmed through dispatch as being expired and a traffic stop was made.

Deputy Goff made contact with the driver, Barry Cannon, of 1040 Pleasant Grove Road, Ashford, AL, who stated he was lost.

When he was asked for his license, he stated he had never had one. This was confirmed through dispatch.

Mr. Cannon was placed under arrest for operating a vehicle without a license .

The vehicle was turned over to a family member.


On April 6, 2018, Deputy Byron Cobb responded to 181 Draper Jones Road in reference to a private property wreck involving a utility trailer.

Upon arrival, Deputy Cobb spoke with the driver, Joshua Codey Vaughn of 430 Cox Road. He advised that he was backing his trailer and waving at his children when it jack knifed and caused minor damage to the the vehicle.

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