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Oglethorpe County Jail
Address: 115 Buddy Faust Rd, Crawford, GA 30630

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff's Office

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff’s Office4 days ago

Oglethorpe County Communications has a job opening for night shift. Hours are 7pm-7am. High School diploma or GED is required. You can obtain an application from the Commissioners office or online at Oglethorpecountyga.gov. The applications can be dropped off at the Sheriffs office. Any questions, call 706-743-8101 opt 3, ask for Kimberly, Angela or Susan.

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff's Office

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff’s Office4 days ago

Road construction is on Athens Rd from Lexington to the Landfill. One lane is shut down. Expect delays. Seek alternate route if possible.

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff's Office

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff’s Office5 days ago

Road construction is between Crawford and Lexington today. Expect delays. Seek alternate route if possible.

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff's Office

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff’s Office6 days ago

Paving between Crawford and Lexington. Expect delays during school traffic.

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff's Office

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff’s Office1 week ago

There has recently been some questions about an incident involving Taylor Saulters in Oglethorpe County. An investigation was conducted and determined to be unfounded.

Last year Dep. Saulters responded to a domestic off Wheeler Cir involving people in two homes there. The person who was making the accusation was supposed to be working as a caregiver for an elderly person at one of the residences. She received a text message from a woman at the end of the row of homes, so she left the elderly person to go to the woman’s house and confront her. Apparently there is an ongoing beef between the two. The woman called police when this person came to her house and was being threatening towards her.

When deputies arrived they found the first woman was still outside the house and appeared to be irate. They believed she had been drinking though she denies that. Dep. Saulters was stopped in the roadway talking to a witness as he sat in the car and the witness stood at the driver’s window. The first woman walked back and forth in the roadway several times in front of his patrol car in the roadway and was still irate. As he finished taking with the witness he began to pull off. Dep. Saulters saw the original woman on the side still yelling . Her version was that as he began to pull off as she stepped back in the road in front of his car and that the side of the car hit her wrist. All parties agree that Dep. Saulters was pulling off slowly because there were children outside watching all of this. The two parties were separated and a report was taken for the domestic. The woman called in to dispatch later stating Dep. Saulters had ran her over with his car.

That night I had Dep Saulters car processed by photographing and fingerprinting it. The car had a film of dirt on it and needed to be washed. No where on the car was dirt disturbed and there was no forensic evidence of anything striking the car. The complainant, witnesses and neighbors were all interviewed on video. The complainant herself said she did not believe he knew that he had bumped her as she stepped out in to the road in front of his car. She was not knocked down and only struck her wrist on the passing car. She demonstrated how it occurred to the investigator. There was no definitive proof ever established if there was actual contact or not. Forensically there was not. The other witnesses that saw it had responses that ranged from “IF he bumped her it wasn’t very much” to “I am not going to lie, that deputy did not hit that woman.”

Normally in these situations I would ask GBI to investigate the incident as an independent investigative body. Investigations either exonerate or incriminate. Both are of equal value. I did not ask for them to investigate in this situation due to the fact that the complainant herself did not think it was intentional.

An Ante Litum notice was received from a law firm in regards to this incident along with an open records request for the interviews and reports associated with this investigation. They were provided with all of it. We have not heard anything further from them. I believe the accusation in this incident is more damaging than the facts.

Another one of the facts in law enforcement is that people try to sue you over anything and everything. Just another perk of the job. The key is to make sure you and your agency have conducted themselves in a professional manner so that these lawsuits do not have merit. The conclusion of this investigation was unfounded.

It has been reported that this was an Oglethorpe County resident. That is not true. This person lives about 300-400 feet from where the incident occurred in Athens originally with T. Pattman near Nellie B Ave.

In law enforcement when a set of facts is put out publicly even if it is later found that information was incorrect it damages the officer’s reputation. These situations opens the officer up to “piling on” by others looking for an opportunity. I believe that is what happened here. That is why before you put anything out publicly you make sure the facts are correct, the investigation is complete and the right conclusion based on those facts is reached .

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff's Office

Oglethorpe County Georgia Sheriff’s Office1 week ago

We have received numerous complaints of suspicious persons or people trespassing only to have them turn out to be tax assessors making their rounds. In an effort to keep the public informed we are posting the photos of the tax assessors that are currently driving around the property and reassessing home values. They may be in different vehicles that do not appear to be government vehicles. If it is one of the men pictured they are doing official work for the county and do have a right to be there. They are :
1) Robert Hamrick
2)Derek Brewer
3)Jim Vaughan

Again they are on official business and have a legal right to be on your property to conduct that business.

Please do not threaten or point guns at these guys.

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