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This profile was last updated on 4/1/05  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Employment History

  • Police Chief
    Elizabeth
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Douglas County News-Press
www.dcnewspress.com, 1 April 2005 [cached]
"We generally contact Douglas County SWAT in cases where there is a potential for an armed conflict," said Stan Ross, Elizabeth Chief of Police."We notify them anytime we know ahead of time there is a possibility where something might turn into a barricaded or armed suspect situation just to give them a little advance warning in case their services might be needed.There are not enough officers from all of the agencies in Elbert County combined to handle some of the situations that we run into.The seriousness of the charges also plays into the whole risk assessment."Hemphill is a convicted felon who has an extensive record with arrests in the state of Mississippi that date back to 1990.His arrests include possession of a firearm by a prohibited person. The number of officers was necessary to ensure safety of the citizens in the center of Elizabeth and to execute the search warrant in a timely manner, said Ross."We wanted to surround the building and ensure he did not escape through the back door," said Ross."We wanted to make sure we had all of our bases covered."While Hemphill did not resist arrest, the operation was not without incident.Just as police were prepared to enter the Hemphill residence, an employee of a nearby restaurant pulled up directly in front of the home to report for work.The occupants of the car were ordered out of the vehicle at gunpoint."We identified them immediately and one was an employee of the restaurant," Ross said.
Douglas County News-Press
www.dcnewspress.com, 18 Mar 2004 [cached]
I am sure the Elizabeth Police Chief Stan Ross is also an expert in sewer treatment and what is proper and what is not.
Douglas County News-Press
www.dcnewspress.com, 6 Jan 2005 [cached]
Elizabeth had four officers on the roads that evening, including Elizabeth Police Chief Stan Ross.The coverage from Elizabeth officers was thanks to a grant that funds overtime for those who volunteer for DUI duty."We made a lot of stops early in the evening with two DUIs issued," Ross said."The DUIs were fairly early, before 10 p.m.I think a lot of people stayed home, maybe a lot of designated drivers."Area bars and restaurants showed low activity, Ross said, with no accidents reported for the night.
9news.com | News
www.kusa.com, 21 Oct 2003 [cached]
Officer Ognie then told his boss, Elizabeth Police Chief Stan Ross, that he was unsure what to do because the sheriff was involved.
To complicate matters even further, the Elizabeth officer's wife works for the sheriff.But Chief Ross says that has nothing to do with it.Officer Ognie simply wasn't sure if he had the right to arrest the sheriff.Regardless, there was an investigation.
In his decision, the district attorney said Officer Ognie did have legal authority to investigate the sheriff's soberness and to file appropriate charges if substantiated by the evidence.
Chief Ross says he asked for a clarification about the rights of his police officers because he felt everyone, regardless of job title, should be treated equally.
Sheriff Franges spoke at a county meeting earlier this week in a question and answer session.9 Wants to Know asked him about the traffic stop, and he said he had one beer that day and was not impaired.
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Chief Ross says the investigation won't go any further.
Douglas County News-Press
www.dcnewspress.com, 1 Sept 2004 [cached]
"[But] the rumor mill is not always quite accurate," said Elizabeth Police Chief, Stan Ross.The investigation is on going, Ross said, and anyone with direct knowledge of who took the bell and where it is now can call the department's crime tip hotline.The hotline will record information anonymously, Ross said, and can be reached by calling the main office at (303) 646-4664 and asking the receptionists for the crime tip line or dialing Ext. 6.
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