Recent Georgia DNR Law Enforcement Reports




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The following activity was reported by Georgia Department of Natural Resources law enforcement officers working in the Southwest Georgia region. To see more reports from around the state, visit the Georgia DNR’s website.

 

May 25-31:

LAKE GEORGE
Officers patrolling Lake George and the Chattahoochee River issued eighteen citations
and warnings and provided two citizen assists. One individual was arrested on an
outstanding warrant and possession of marijuana charge.

LAKE SEMINOLE
Officers patrolling Lake Seminole and portions of the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers
issued ten citations and warnings, provided two citizen assists and arrested three
individuals for boating under the influence with three counts of child endangerment.
Another individual was arrested for obstruction, disorderly conduct and public
drunkenness.

LAKE WORTH
Officers patrolling Lake Worth and portions of the Flint River issued ten citations and
warnings, arrested one individual for boating under the influence with two counts of child
endangerment.

LAKE BLACKSHEAR
Officers patrolling Lake Blackshear and portions of the Flint River issued thirty-seven
citations and warnings and arrested two individuals for boating under the influence.

 

May 18-24:

LAKE BLACKSHEAR
Officers patrolling Lake Blackshear and portions of the Flint River issued 36 boating
related citations and warnings and had 1 boating under the influence arrest.

LAKE WORTH
Officers patrolling Lake Worth and portions of the Flint River issued 10 boating related
citations and warnings and had 2 boating under the influence and 4 child endangerment
arrests.

LAKE SEMINOLE
Officers patrolling Lake Seminole and portions of the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers
issued 11 boating related citations and warnings and provided 1 citizen assist.

LAKE GEORGE
Officers patrolling Lake George and the Chattahoochee River issued 11 boating related
citations and warnings, provided 1 citizens assist and turned a driving under the influence
charge over to Georgia State Patrol.




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