Category Archives: News

Stolen Ambulance Leads to Police Chase, Peaceful Resolution

A woman was arrested Sunday after Bainbridge Public Safety responded to a call about a stolen ambulance. According to the BPS Incident Report, a woman contacted E911 from Memorial Hospital stating that she was feeling anxious and wanted to go “to a safe place”.  BPS Officer Charles Strickland responded and after discussion, offered to give the caller a… Read More »

Library News: New Books, Summer Reading Program and Coding Club

Summer Reading Program The Summer Reading Program is coming soon! Starting May 14, come to the library to sign up and receive your reading log. For each 15 minutes you read, place a sticker on your reading log, and each log is 12.5 hours of reading. Show your first complete reading log to receive a certificate. Place your name… Read More »

Birthday Club for Monday, April 16th, 2018

Bruce Hill – 72 Ashlyn Brock – 17 Renata Burke – 37 Cassie Ingle – 20 Mac Whitehead – 17 Chas Bridges – 51 Wade Crozier – 33 Vikki Sealy – 46 Bradley Grantham – 45 Craig Palmer – 74 Amber Cantley – 32 Sadie Donalson – 4 Anniversaries Lester & Katie Burke – 34 years

Bainbridge and Decatur County Arrest Reports for Monday, April 16th, 2018

The following arrests and citations were reported by the Decatur County Jail and Bainbridge Public Safety. The addresses listed below are given to us directly by the Decatur County Jail and Bainbridge Public Safety: Alicia Leann Barrineau, 35, E. Broughton St, Bainbridge, Ga; Fleeing or attempting to elude police officer/Theft by taking, Strickland, BPS Jalin Deaundrea Davis, 20,… Read More »

Weekend Storm Brings Down Trees and Powerlines

The storm that blew through Decatur County early Sunday morning left many residents without power after multiple trees fell on power lines.  According to Bainbridge Public Safety’s facebook page, a massive tree fell across the road and knocked down the service lines on Orange and Barber Streets.  WALB reported that the storm totaled one car when a tree fell… Read More »