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Habersham County Jail
Address: 1000 Detention Dr, Clarkesville, GA 30523

Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell

The Habersham County Sheriff’s Office is a full-service law enforcement agency serving the citizens of Habersham County, Georgia. The Habersham County Sheriff, Joey Terrell, is an elected constitutional officer and is statutorily charged with the responsibility of providing all primary law enforcement services within Habersham County. The agency also provides related law enforcement services to the entire county, including civil and criminal process, assistance to municipal agencies, crime prevention and education programs, victim assistance services, and providing school resource officers for the Habersham County School System.

The Sheriff is also responsible for the administration and everyday operation of the Habersham County Jail.

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Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell

Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell shared Habersham County Sheriff’s SRO Program’s post.3 days ago

Great job!

Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell

Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell added 4 new photos — with Paul Kent and Neel Pender.4 days ago

We felt the love on Valentine’s Day from our friends at Wilbanks Middle School. The FFA program sponsored a delicious and healthy breakfast for all of their local heroes… Joining us were Cornelia PD, Toccoa’s Police Chief and our Habersham County School Resource Officers!

Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell

Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell4 days ago

Just another day at the office… (BTW, LT. Wurtz, in the bottom right corner, was on his tip toes)

Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell

Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell shared Habersham County Sheriff’s SRO Program’s post.5 days ago

Love our SRO’s.

Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell

Habersham Co. Sheriff Joey Terrell added 4 new photos.1 week ago

Felony murder charges in the death of Adam Hicks

On February 9, 2018, the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office, the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, the Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement, the Mt. Airy Police Department and the Department of Corrections executed 5 opioid related search warrants in Habersham and Franklin Counties. During the course of this 5 month overdose death investigation of Adam Hicks, ARDEO Agents identified a heroin distribution ring in North Georgia. Authorities executed 5 search warrants and charged 5 people with violating the Georgia Racketeer Influence and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO). The investigation also uncovered additional people from Adam Hick’s inner circle that were distributing heroin and oxycodone (scheduled II). As a result of the evidence and information developed today, Habersham County authorities have arrested Ashley Sosbee for felony murder in the overdose death of Adam Hicks.

Authorities have worked tirelessly to bring the people responsible for the death of Adam Hick to justice. This investigation speaks loudly to opioid dealers that law enforcement will not sit idly on the sidelines as the people in our communities die.

Authorities served search warrant at:

1. Chad Harrelson and Brandi Freeman’s residence, 550 Welcome Home Road, Mt. Airy, Georgia.
2. James Heumaneus’ residence, 399 Circle Drive, Cornelia, Georgia.
3. Bud Heaton and Karen Shope’s residence, 293Airport Road, Baldwin, Georgia
4. Jackie Galliher’s residence, 199 Ivy Hills Circle, Mt. Airy, Georgia.
5. Janie Rogers’ residence, 2276 Kesler Road, Carnesville, Georgia.

Habersham Authorities executed arrest warrants for violations of the Georgia Rackteer Influence and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO) for:

Ashley Sosbee 25, of Alto, Georgia
Jordan Flanagan, 25, of Alto, Georgia
Brandon Burton, 25, of Cornelia, Georgia
Dustin Thomas, 22, of Alto, Georgia
Grant Martin, 21, of Cornelia, Georgia
Jessica Hancock, 23, of Clarkesville, Georgia
Patricia Blacklock, 20, of Gainesville, Georgia

Habersham Authorities also executed arrest warrants for the following people:

Cole Dalton, 19, of Alto, Georgia – Conspiracy to Distribute Heroin
Bud Heaton, 76, of Baldwin, Georgia – Sale of Controlled Substances Schedule II (Oxycodone), Possession Schedule II With Intent to Distribute Oxycodone
James Heumaneus, 48, of Cornelia, Georgia – Sale of Controlled Substances Schedule II (Oxycodone)
Janie Rogers, 49, of Carnesville, Georgia – Sale of Schedule II (Oxycodone), Possession of Marijuana Less Than One Ounce, Possession of Controlled Substance Schedule II (Oxycodone)
Karen Shope, 40, of Baldwin, Georgia – Sale of Controlled Substance Schedule I (Methamphetamine) x 2. Shope has not been arrested yet.
Tina Smelcer, 47, of Cornelia, Georgia – Possession of Schedule II Control Substance
Tilynn Ivester, 49, of Baldwin, Georgia – Possession of Schedule IV Control Substance
Brandi Freeman, 33, of Mt. Airy, Georgia – Possession of Methamphetamine With Intent to Distribute and Abandonment of Dangerous Drugs
James Chadrick Harrelson, 35, of Mt. Airy, Georgia –Possession of Methamphetamine With Intent to Distribute and Abandonment of Dangerous Drugs
Jacqueline Galliher, 44, of Mt. Airy, Georgia – Possession of Controlled Substance Schedule IV and Possession of Schedule II

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