Category Archives: Incident Reports

BUSTED: Three Arrests Made in AgPro Thefts

PRESS RELEASE Arrests made in Ag-Pro thefts Three arrests have been made in reference to the AG-PRO (John Deere) theft which took place in Bainbridge on November 30th, 2017.   Around Noon today, January 24th, DEANDRE MARQUESE HALE, age 28, was arrested by the Montgomery County Sherriff’s Office and charged with “Fugitive From Justice.” This afternoon, the U.S.… Read More »

BPS: Reckless Driver Busted for DUI, Battery

Bainbridge Public Safety arrested 31 year old Timothy Daniel Gibson Monday night after receiving a call about a reckless driver leaving skid marks in the grass of a man’s front yard.  Upon arrival, BPS Officer Jason Barlow made contact with the complainant who stated that a red and white GMC or Chevrolet truck was driving recklessly on College… Read More »

WRECK: Distracted Driver Rear Ends School Bus in Bainbridge

A distracted driver rear ended a school bus on Faceville Highway Tuesday afternoon. The accident occurred at about 4:45 p.m. in front of the Georgia Industries for the Blind.  According to Bainbridge Public Safety, the driver of the vehicle had to be extricated and life flight was called to the scene. The bus was not loaded at the… Read More »

BPS: Failure to Maintain Lane Leads to Traffic Stop, Drug Bust

A “failure to maintain lane” traffic stop led to the arrest of three Donalsonville men last weekend. On Saturday, September 30, BPS Officer Ronald McMillan observed a Nissan Altima traveling west on Dothan Road “leave the left inside lane of travel and enter the right outside lane of travel”.  As the vehicle turned onto Spring Creek Road, PSO… Read More »

BPS: Traffic Stop Leads to Foot Chase and Arrest

A Bainbridge Public Safety traffic stop led to a foot chase and a warrant arrest early this week. On Tuesday, October 3, BPS Officer Timothy Shaw the driver of a green truck driving on the middle double yellow line on Shotwell Street and initiated a traffic stop.  The driver immediately pulled over at the intersection of Clark and… Read More »