Earlier this week, Bainbridge Public Safety arrested a wanted man who was believed to be involved in gang activity and suspected of several shootings in the Thomasville area. 18 Year old Jeremiah Lamons was wanted for several shootings in Thomasville last week and officials believed him to be in Bainbridge. Armed with that information, investigators located the man and arrested him Monday afternoon. Here is the original story from the Thomasville Times Enterprise.
On Monday, December 9th around 12pm, Bainbridge Public Safety Investigators Larry Funderburke, Chris Jordan, and Mark Esquivel were contacted by the Thomasville Police Department. Thomasville Police and the U.S. Marshals Service told Investigators they believed Lamons to be hiding in Bainbridge and requested assistance in locating the suspect. Investigators worked off information provided by the agencies, and late Monday afternoon, they located Lamons at a residence in Bainbridge. He was caught and arrested without incident, and transported back to Thomasville where he has been charged with multiple felonies.