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Amy Larson

Amy Larson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

I talked to the older guy who answers the phone he told me what I needed so when I got it all together and called back he said check with him in the morning Well its Sunday and now he said we can do anything today nothings open…Now here it is Monday morning 9 am sharp and no answer voicemail full….WTH !!!! REALLY. Im about to take a ride to Perry….to be cont….

Tawny Glass

Tawny Glass

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Great group of fellows to work with NO HASSEL NO WAIT
WRECKER SERVICE TOO

Bobby Smith

Bobby Smith

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

They are rude unprofessional and hard to locate. Older sounding Guy answer phone and say he’ll call back only to callback to get the same info I had give him 3 times so he could look it up. Then he doesn’t callback with bond info. After an few hrs he text me saying he can’t help me with no explanation. Bad business unprofessional. Rude.

Jackson County Jail
Address: 555 Jackson Pkwy, Jefferson, GA 30549

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Jackson County Sheriff’s Office19 hours ago

On Friday, May 18, 2018 two black males and a black female dressed in male clothing entered the Zales Outlet at Tanger Outlet Stores and removed a ring from the display case. The female suspect distracted one of the clerks while one of the males removed the ring. The second male suspect occupied the other store clerk.

Citizens are encouraged to notify their local law enforcement agencies of any suspicious persons, crimes or other relevant information by calling 911 or the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office at (706) 367-8718. Also please remember that you can provide information without being involved or identified by contacting the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office’s Anonymous Tip Line at (706) 367-3784 to report any Criminal or Suspicious Activity.

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Jackson County Sheriff’s Office19 hours ago

Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office

News Release

For Immediate Release
May 18, 2018

Cleveland, Georgia

Proactive Deputy Leads to Big Meth Seizure

On Friday, May 18, 2018, a proactive White County Deputy found 8 pounds of crystal methamphetamine and a stolen handgun in a storage unit. The Deputy was completing a routine security check at a White County Storage Facility. The Deputy noticed a storage unit door was open and feared it had been burglarized. He investigated further and found the illegal narcotics. The Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office was called to assist with the investigation. Authorities executed search warrants on this storage unit along with another neighboring storage unit. Authorities found $12,000 in the neighboring storage unit. Authorities also executed a search warrant at 55 Driskell Road, Cleveland, Georgia and found additional evidence. The street value of the illegal narcotics is $395,000.

Jason Scott Hawkins,43, was arrested at this residence and charged with trafficking methamphetamine. Hawkins was transported to the White County Detention Center. This investigation continues and additional arrest are expected.

For additional information about Appalachian RDEO or to provide tips on criminal activity look for ARDEO@appalachiandtf on twitter or follow on facebook@appalachianrdeo and/or Instagram.

The Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office is a multi-agency unit that consists of the following Sheriff’s Offices: White County, Lumpkin County, Towns County, Banks County, Jackson County, Habersham County, Stephens County, Rabun County, Franklin County, the Cleveland Police Department, the Lavonia Police Department, the Toccoa Police Department, along with the Georgia National Guard Counter Drug Task Force, the Department of Public Safety, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Jackson County Sheriff's Office

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office added 4 new photos.19 hours ago

Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office
News Release

For Immediate Release
May 18, 2018

Cleveland, Georgia

On Thursday, May 17, 2018, the Cleveland Police Department, the Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office and the Department of Community Supervision searched Dean Moss and P’Tia Moss’ residence at 896 Campbell Street B4 after numerous narcotic related complaints. Authorities found 56 grams of individually packaged bags of marijuana, 3 baggies with heroin residue, along with packaging material and digital scales.

Dean Moss, 51, was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. P’Tia Moss, 24, was charged with possession of heroin. Dean and P’Tia Moss were transported to the White County Detention Center.

For additional information about Appalachian RDEO or to provide tips on criminal activity look for ARDEO@appalachiandtf on twitter or follow on facebook@appalachianrdeo and/or Instagram.

The Appalachian Regional Drug Enforcement Office is a multi-agency unit that consists of the following Sheriff’s Offices: White County, Lumpkin County, Towns County, Banks County, Jackson County, Habersham County, Stephens County, Rabun County, Franklin County, the Cleveland Police Department, the Lavonia Police Department, the Toccoa Police Department, along with the Georgia National Guard Counter Drug Task Force, the Department of Public Safety, and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Jackson County Sheriff's Office

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office4 days ago

Jefferson High School Seniors-congratulations on your graduation Friday. Best of wishes to each of you as you begin this next journey in your life. Be safe on these senior trips.

This thing called life can be difficult. It is what you make of it. Work hard, make good choices, respect yourself and others and always be good to people, even if they are not so nice.

Remember, the sky is the limit for you.

God bless you all!
Janis

Jackson County Sheriff's Office

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office added 11 new photos.5 days ago

May 15, 2018

Law Enforcement Memorial tonight to honor our fallen,Jackson County Sheriff Clifford Barber, Jackson County Deputy Eddie Roe Evans, Piedmont Solicitor General Floyd “Fuzzy” Hoard, Braselton Police Officer Todd Helcher, Pendergrass Police Officer Chris Ruse and Jackson and Franklin County Deputy Cruz Thomas.

Many thanks to all involved in making this event special, Lee Arrendale Warden Brooks Benton, Jefferson Church Pastor Nick Dalton, Pastor Wade Lott, Jefferson Mayor Steve Quinn, Mark Mobley, Jefferson High School JrROTC, Colonel Willis.

Thank you Chief Wirthman and the Jefferson Police Department for hosting this event.

God bless all law enforcement.

Jackson County Sheriff's Office

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office5 days ago

***LOOKOUT***

On 05/09/2018 two Black females entered the Nike Outlet with only their purses. The females walked around the clothing section for a few minutes and then pulled out shopping bags from their purses and loaded them with clothing items. They took over $1,200 in clothing items.

If you can identify these females please contact Investigator Joey Chastain. 706-387-6042

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