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Warren County Sheriff Overview

Warren County is located in the east-central region of Georgia, USA. Here, the total population is 5,558. Established on December 19, 1793, Warren County is named after General Joseph Warren. He was killed in the Battle of Bunker Hill. The total area of this county is 287 square miles, and the zip codes of this county are 30821, 30807, and 30828.

Sheriff Joe Peebles is the man responsible for keeping peace within the county. He can be contacted through the following details:

Warren County Sheriff’s Office

169 North Highway 80 North PO Box 626

Warrenton, Georgia

Phone: 706-465-3340

Email: wcso@warrencountyga.org

Fax: 706-465-3091

Inmate Search in Warren County Jail

Unfortunately, Warren County Jail does not provide online inmate roster list service. Therefore, the best way to locate an inmate fast is to call at 706-465-3340 and make a direct inquiry to a jail officer. When you are communicating with a jail staff, you should provide the first and last name of the inmate or ID number or date of birth correctly. It will get you fast results.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures

Warren County Jail’s visitation policy requires inmates to submit their names in advance. The jail administration needs this information to process and schedule every visitation. Upon arriving at the facility, you have to go through a formal procedure. You must bring a valid government-issued photo ID as a proof of identity. Visitors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their parents.

You can send inmate mail via the U.S. Postal Service. Note that the jail authority reserves the right to check all mail for contraband. When you are writing an inmate mail, you should use the following mailing address:

Name of the Inmate

Warren County Jail

169 North Highway 80 North PO Box 626

Warrenton, Georgia

If you wish to make the lives of your loved one comfortable, then you should send commissary funds via the postal money orders or cashier’s check. Inmates need this fund to buy products and services from the commissary store. However, the jail authority does not approve of you bringing cash funds at the facility.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup

Each registered sex offender’s information is recorded on either national or state based sex offender database. All these criminals have been charged with either a sex crime or a kidnapping crime. According to the law, a sex offender is someone who has committed a sex crime including rape, molestation, incest, sexual abuse of a minor, and sex trafficking. A sex crime is any illegal act that involves a forced sexual conduct against a person. You can locate any sex offender if you navigate to the following link:

Bear in mind that the search result will show you the latest or primary addresses or block of the sex offender where they are currently living on. You have to accept a disclosure to access information from the database.

Bail and Bondsman

Bail is a process in which you have to post the bail money to obtain a release from police custody. The bail money is 10% of the total money charged for a criminal offense. The court will review the crime and set a fixed sum of money as fees for the offense. If your bail money is too high or if you are financially insolvent, you should get help from a bail and bondsman. A bail and bondsman would post the bail money and charge a minimum of $100. In some cases, you need to pay around 10-15% of the total bail money.

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Warren County Jail
Address: 169 GA-80, Warrenton, GA 30828

Warren County Sheriff's Office

Warren County Sheriff’s Office7 months ago

MISSING PERSON

If anyone has any information on the welfare or location of this young lady please call the Sheriff’s Office 706-465-3340.

Warren County Sheriff's Office

Warren County Sheriff’s Office7 months ago

Warren County Sheriffs Office Press release.

Speeding, Reckless Driving Arrest.

June 22, 2017

Joshua James-38 years old of Thomson Georgia.

On Friday July 21st at approximately 1130pm, Deputy Rodriguez along with K9 Deputy Pritchett were working traffic detail on Highway 80 South of Warrenton when Deputy Rodriguez and K9 Deputy Pritchett checked a vehicle speeding at 74mph in a 45 mph zone as it left the city. Deputy Rodriguez attempted to conduct a traffic and the vehicle failed to stop as it was weaving all over the roadway according to deputies.

A chase ensued that led into Glascock and then Jefferson Counties. When crossed over into Jefferson County, their deputies took lead of the chase. The suspect later identified as Joshua James made a u-turn to try and elude deputies striking both Deputy Rodriguez and K9 Deputy Pritchett.

James did continue trying to elude deputies headed back northbound on highway 80. The suspect tried to make a right turn into a dirt road and ran into a ditch enabling his vehicle from running. While ordering James out of the vehicle he would not comply, a short struggle ensued leading deputies to use their Tasers to gain compliance and remove the suspect from the vehicle and take him him into custody.

James admitted to using methamphetamine and alcohol earlier in the night.

No one was injured, the patrol cars received minor damage and James faces charges in Warren and Jefferson Counties.

Warren County charges: Fleeing &a attempting to elude (felony), reckless driving, speeding and failure to maintain lane.

Jefferson County charges: Felony obstruction and possibly other charges pending.

Warren County in good faith could not let this driver go knowing and seeing the reckless way he was driving. He not only put deputies lives in danger but put the many lives of the traveling people in danger. We will always do our best to protect the public.

Warren County Sheriff's Office

Warren County Sheriff’s Office7 months ago

Operation Southern Shield. A traffic enforcement detail that will be conducted in order to slow drivers down and prevent any more fatalities on Georgia’s Highways. The Georgia Department of Public Safety will have their officers concentrating on main highways and interstate. Just to let everyone Warren County Sheriff Deputies will be helping out. The number of fatalities in the state are well over 700. We have got to slow down. Tell your children to slow down and be safe.

Warren County Sheriff's Office

Warren County Sheriff’s Office7 months ago

A public service announcement from The Warren County Sheriffs Office.
You know sometimes it’s not a good idea to follow speeding cars down I20. That’s why there is 911. Fast, easy and simple to dial. Take for example earlier this week K-9 Deputy Brian Pritchett and Deputy Rod Rodriguez were assisting Georgia State Patrol with a vehicle crash on I20 when they noticed three vehicles traveling in and out of traffic at an extremely high rate of speed. Deputy Rodriguez was able to turn around and pursue the vehicles. At one point the vehicles did reach miles exceeding 100mph. Due to heavy traffic it took Deputy Rodriguez and K-9 Deputy Pritchett almost 10 miles to get all three vehicles stopped. Neither of the drivers knew each other. Needless to say don’t go that fast and please don’t follow speeding cars. A citation for going that fast could result in suspension of your drivers license and fines of over $1000. Dial 911 we will do our best to reach a reckless driver. Don’t let the reckless driver be you 😳. So be safe and drive safe. ✌🏼

Warren County Sheriff's Office

Warren County Sheriff’s Office7 months ago

Clouds rolling over I20. Our deputies are getting drivers going in excess of 100mph. There is no excuse for anyone to be going that fast. Yes even this weather drivers tend to go that fast. Be safe and enjoy the rest of your weekend. From everyone at the Sheriffs Office.

Warren County Sheriff's Office

Warren County Sheriff’s Office8 months ago

Good day ladies and gentlemen!! This holiday weekend and week coming up The Warren County Sheriffs Office would like to give you some advice. Although this is a nice clean patrol car with awesome blue lights, it is not for show. So don’t find yourself doing something your not suppose to be doing and have this nice beautiful car pull behind you with those lights on. Dui kills!!! Don’t do it!!!! Texting and driving kills!!!! Don’t do it!!!!! Speeding kills!!!!! Don’t do it!!!!! Needless to say have an awesome weekend and 4th of July week. Remember we will be watching the roads. ✌🏼😁

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