February 7, 2023

Lowndes, Valdosta and Brooks law enforcement do the job to apprehend automobile-areas thief

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In current months, detectives from each the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Business and the Valdosta Police Division have been jointly investigating the theft of auto elements, which includes transmissions, a four wheel generate transfer case, push shafts, headlamps, stereo equipment, wheels, tires and other merchandise from numerous automotive repair shops in Valdosta and Lowndes County. In 1 incident, an employee of the organization was physically assaulted.  (Far more information on that incident is accessible from the Valdosta Law enforcement Department) During this joint investigation, detectives discovered a suspect, Johnathan Orr and on Wednesday, August 25, 2021 detectives from the Valdosta Law enforcement Office, Brooks County Sheriff’s Place of work, Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office environment and officers from the Georgia Department of Neighborhood Supervision went to Orr’s Ellenburg Highway Brooks County home where by they recovered a number of stolen automotive components from the house. With the recovery of the property, and evidence obtained throughout the investigation, Johnathan Orr was billed with several counts of theft by having as perfectly as possession of stolen property in Brooks County.  Far more fees are likely as the investigation progresses.

Sheriff Ashley Paulk commented not only about this investigation but the overall doing the job romance among the Sheriff’s Office environment and the Valdosta Police Department “There is no doubt the cooperative endeavours of Main Leslie Manahan, the Valdosta Law enforcement Department, the Brooks County Sheriff’s Workplace, the Division of Neighborhood Supervision and the Sheriff’s Workplace certainly led to the identification of this offender and finally led his arrest.”  “It is exactly this kind operate that aids in the restoration and return of victim’s stolen house and highlights the ongoing operating romantic relationship concerning the businesses.”