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Twiggs County Deputy Arrests Possible Kidnapping Suspect From Paulding County

09 Dec 2014

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Twiggs County Deputy Arrests Possible Kidnapping Suspect From Paulding County

(Paulding County, GA) On Sunday December 7, 2014 the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office took a report from a concerned family regarding the possible kidnapping of their 13 year old daughter. Keith Dubel arrestedThe family explained that their daughter had befriended an 18 year old white male name Keith Alan Dubel who was from Fort Pierce, Florida. The family knew the two had communicated in the past (via the internet), but were unaware of the seriousness of their relationship. The family stated that they believed their daughter might be with Dubel but were not sure.

On Saturday 12/06/14, the female juvenile went to spend the night with a friend and to a birthday party. When the friend, who lives in Paulding County, woke up the next morning the 13 year old juvenile was gone. The family, who was immediately concerned, called the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office to report the female juvenile missing and possibly kidnapped. Once Detectives began obtaining more information, it was determined that the female juvenile was with Dubel and they were unsure whether or not the juvenile left willingly or if she was kidnapped.

Paulding County E-911 Operators immediately sent out a Nixle Missing Person Alert (www.nixle.com) in reference to the missing juvenile/possible kidnapping while Detectives working the case alerted surrounding jurisdictions of the missing person/possible kidnapping. After they did not make contact with the female juvenile or Dubel, Detectives began to get concerned about her safety.

Corporal Jeremy Johnson of the Twiggs County Sheriff’s Office, which is just southeast of Macon, is assigned to the Crime Suppression Unit where he performs traffic enforcement on Interstate 16. While he was on duty Sunday 12/07/14, Corporal Johnson observed a black in color Dodge Charger traveling east bound Paulding County Sheriff’s Office with what appeared to be dark window tint.

Corporal Johnson performed a traffic stop and encountered two very nervous individuals when he approached the vehicle. Little did Corporal Johnson know, he had just stopped Dubel and the 13 year old juvenile. Once he began speaking with the two individuals, he could tell that they were extremely nervous and he smelled the odor of marijuana emanating from the passenger compartment of the vehicle. After he continued to speak with them, he knew the two had something to hide. Finally, after speaking with the female juvenile for some time, she admitted that she had left home and that the couple was en route to Florida.

Corporal Johnson subsequently arrested Dubel and charged him with Window Tint Violation, Impeding the Flow of Traffic, and Possession of Marijuana Less Than One Ounce. The juvenile’s family was contacted and they drove down to Twiggs County to pick her up.

Sheriff Gary Gulledge noted, “It is only with cooperation from citizens and other law enforcement agencies that we can adequately do our job. I want to commend Corporal Jeremy Johnson and Sheriff Darren Mitchum (of the Twiggs County Sheriff’s Office), along with the all of the other Deputies that worked this case, for the fantastic job they did. As a result of their hard work and determination, this child was returned to her family before any serious harm could be done to her.”

The Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Crimes Against Children Division is still investigating this case and Dubel has more charges pending once he is transferred back to Paulding County.


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While Dr. Dan Papp, president of Kennesaw State College, emphasized in his remarks the rapid and amazing growth coming to Kennesaw State University as it completes it merger with Southern Tech, he was not leaving the stage without discussing the emerging top-50 University's new football program. Dr. Papp was asked about and also asked for local support for funding for the University's renovation of the Henry Winn Building at the Paulding Campus before talking about the Owl football program. The luncheon address lasts just under 30 minutes.


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Cops for Kids holiday spree marks 16th year

04 Dec 2014

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SO donates Cops for Kids
On December 10, 2014, the American Legion Post 111 “Legion Riders” will donate to
the Cops for Kids program. The money they donate comes from donations, fund raisers, and revenues that they collected throughout the year.

The Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Cops for Kids program began in 1998 and took 25 kids shopping. Last year, as a result of generous donations from local businesses, citizens, and charities; the Sheriff’s Office was able to take over 250 children shopping.

“Without the support of organizations like the American Legion Post 111, the Cops for
Kids program would likely have ended many years ago. I want to thank each and every one of the businesses, citizens, and charities that donate money to the Cops for Kids program each year,”Sheriff Gary Gulledge said,
The Cops for Kids event will take place Saturday December 13, 2014 at 7:00 am at the Wal-Mart on Marietta Highway (3615 Marietta Highway Dallas, GA 30157). If you would like more information, or would like to find out how to donate to Cops for Kids, please contact Lieutenant Tracy Parker at (770) 443-3010.

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Rep. Micah Gravley gives PBA "Straight dope" on Medical Marijuana

13 Nov 2014

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That Paulding's Rep. Micah Gravley is getting a few pokes for his sponsorship of the state's medical marijuana law is just plain fact and in that context, we offer the title of this topic.

Gravley spoke to the Paulding Business Association today on that and other topics as he sought to present his case favoring the law as just one of those thing where he is compelled to do the right thing even though it may, on its surface, appear impolitic, or at least risky, to do so.

As a special added attraction - Rep. Gravley references this documentary in his talk above - we include a link to the movie that tells the story of why medical marijuana is such a compelling issue even for those who strongly oppose any recreational use of the drug. You'll find the movie, entitled "Growing Hope" below.


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