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Phone: (912) ***-****  
Email: r***@***.com
Local Address:  Georgia , United States
Ware County
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Three people from Valdosta were injured ..., 3 Nov 2015 [cached]
Three people from Valdosta were injured in a Saturday afternoon accident on U.S. 84 west of Waycross while one person, a Blackshear woman, was hurt in a collision on Sunday, said Ware County Sheriff Randy Royal. The driver of one of the vehicles involved in the Saturday accident, Samuel William Boyd, 41, of Valdosta, complained of upper back and neck pain and was transported by Ware County EMS to Mayo Clinic Health System in Waycross for treatment, Royal said.
His two passengers, Anthony Edwards, 14, and Antoinette Boyd, 15, both of Valdosta, complained of minor cuts and shoulder pain and were transported for treatment, Royal said.
A 2002 Honda Odyssey driven eastward by Donna Hopkins Caviness, 52, of Waycross, on U.S. 84 slowed to turn left into a convenience store parking lot at the intersection with New Mexico Avenue at 3:47 p.m. Saturday, Royal said.
The Boyd vehicle, a 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe, trailing behind the Odyssey, failed to slow in time and swerved off the road to the right to avoid a collision, Royal said.
Meanwhile, one person was injured in an accident that occurred at the intersection of Hatcher Point Road and the Brunswick Highway Sunday evening, said Royal. A 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix driven by Brittany Nicole Higgs-Lee, 19, of Summit Street, was stopped facing northbound on Hatcher Point Road at the red light at the Brunswick Highway, Royal said.
Johnson told Deputy Zabrae Williams, who investigated the accident, that her foot slipped off the brake pedal, Royal said.
A passenger in the Johnson vehicle, Carolyn McCray, 65, of Lee Street, Blackshear, complained of neck and back pain and was transported by a Ware County EMS ambulance to Mayo Clinic Health System in Waycross for treatment, Royal said.
Neither driver nor other passengers were injured, Royal said.
A man suspected of shooting and ..., 3 Nov 2015 [cached]
A man suspected of shooting and wounding an Arlington police officer in Calhoun County 31 years ago was arrested in Waycross Tuesday, said Ware County Sheriff Randy Royal.
Neil Skerratt and Detective Mike Thrift about 6:20 p.m. Tuesday, said Royal.
"Our deputies were asked by Calhoun County law enforcement to try and locate Reeves after he failed to show up for court in September," said Royal. "They learned Tuesday that he was staying at a local motel. With the warrant in hand, the three lawmen went to the motel, located Reeves and arrested him without incident." Royal said he was booked into the Ware County jail and that Calhoun County deputies arrived after midnight this morning to transport him back to north Georgia to face the charges. Royal said Reeves was in recent months indicted in connection with the 1984 shooting of the officer after new evidence became available and investigators reopened the case that had grown cold.
"This all stems from his arrest in July of this year by the Ware County Sheriff's Department for the GBI," said Royal.
"The case grew cold and was ultimately closed," Royal said. Royal said in November 2013, the case was reopened after fresh information was received.
Three people - two men and ..., 3 Nov 2015 [cached]
Three people - two men and a woman - have been arrested on charges of armed robbery of a convenience store in Manor on Oct. 13, said Ware County Sheriff Randy Royal. Cassidy Barney Finch, 42, Dickerson Street, Homerville, is charged with armed robbery, said Royal.
Carlton Lamar Lewis, 39, of Crossroad Church Road, Pearson, and Relanda Renee Jewell, 44, of Hansel Road, Homerville, are both charged with being a party to the crime of armed robbery, said Royal.
Lewis drove a getaway vehicle in which Finch escaped while Jewell "worked from the inside"?to help facilitate the robbery, Royal said.
"She knew that a large amount of money was inside the store and that it had not been taken to the bank for deposit," said Royal.
The suspects were scheduled to appear before a magistrate this morning at 7:30 for a first appearance hearing, said Royal. They were in the Ware County jail after being booked on the charges Thursday afternoon. Royal said that on Oct. 13 about 8:45 a.m., a man who was later identified as Finch, dressed all in black with his face partially covered, walked into a convenience store on the Valdosta Highway and pointed a semi-automatic pistol at the clerk and demanded money from the cash register.
"We began to interview other clerks at the store to see if anyone had seemed suspicious in the days prior to the robbery," said Royal.
Royal said both Jewell and Lewis have been cooperative but that Finch has not.
Royal said on the day in question, the man walked into the store, pointed a pistol at the clerk and commanded him to put his hands in the air. "The clerk followed the robber's commands and opened the register. He said he could feel the brunt of the barrel of the gun against his back," Royal said. Sgt. Michael Ray used his tracking dog, Thor, to trail the man's footsteps across the railroad tracks and onto Suwannee Chapel Road but the trail was lost there. "We now know that at that point he got into a vehicle," said Royal.
Mike Thrift followed the case through to the arrests of the three, Royal said.
A Brunswick teenager who was seriously ..., 3 Oct 2015 [cached]
A Brunswick teenager who was seriously injured Saturday in a rodeo barrel racing accident remains in critical condition at UF?Health Jacksonville, said Ware County Sheriff Randy Royal. Kyle Louis Chandler, 17, was initially taken by ambulance to Mayo Clinic Health System in Waycross for examination and treatment of his injuries, said Royal.
"He is in critical but stable condition," said Royal. "The family is asking for prayers for him." Royal said Chandler's horse tripped and fell, causing the teen's head to hit the ground hard. His leg was also briefly trapped under the fallen horse. Royal said he was unconscious when the ambulance departed from the Saddle Club arena on Gorman Road.
A refrigerated tractor trailer hauling $5 ..., 3 Oct 2015 [cached]
A refrigerated tractor trailer hauling $5 million worth insulin product was hit by a car Sunday night as a driver entered the South Georgia Parkway from University Boulevard, said Ware County Sheriff Randy Royal. The 2004 Buick Sentry driven by Julia Walker, 86, of Holiday Street, struck the rear axle area of the trailer and caused a a fuel supply tank on the belly of the trailer that provided gas for the refrigeration to rupture, said Royal.
Walker was taken by Ware County Emergency Medical Service ambulance to Mayo Clinic Health System in Waycross for treatment of ankle and knee injuries, said Royal.
Deputies responding to the accident quickly assisted the driver of the rig, Lamar Ulysses Gelsey Jr., 42, of Green Cove Springs, Fla., to repair the tank to prevent all the fuel from spilling and keep the product refrigerated, preventing it from losing its potency or becoming contaminated, Royal said.
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