GA GA - Shirley, 87, & Russell Dermond, 88, Putnam County, 2 May 2014 - # 8

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  1. Advocate1

    Advocate1 ~Advocate 4 Justice~

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    Are you in Putnam County?
    You certainly are social media savvy.
    Maybe you could volunteer your time and help them get something started?
    Im sure their budget is tight and they cant afford to have someone playing on the internet all day.
     


  2. Advocate1

    Advocate1 ~Advocate 4 Justice~

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    So whats your solution?
    You post constantly how you want SS to bring more people on board and now you post that all the agencies could be corrupted.
    I don't understand if your actually trying to help or hurt the situation half the time.
     
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    Advocate1 ~Advocate 4 Justice~

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    How is the national study rating for corruption in Georgia? Is it still an F?
     
  4. southernmimi

    southernmimi Well-Known Member

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    I think we all just wish this case would be solved. Maybe we're too impatient. I'm sure SS wants it solved more than most, and he is working diligently...and quietly..to that end. No one gets away with anything in the long run...
     
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    Solitaryone Active Member

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    Yup, we're very frustrated, I can only imagine how frustrated Sheriff Sills is. You are so right, no one gets away with anything in the long run.
     
  6. Bootsctr

    Bootsctr Well-Known Member

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    I don't know. Good question. I guess they must have confidence in Sheriff Sills.
     
  7. Bootsctr

    Bootsctr Well-Known Member

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    Did you get a look at their pictures? The youngest one looks mean. Well they all kind of look mean and mad, but the youngest one with the little beard/goatee thing going on. He had a little smirk on his face. They certainly had access to a boat being in the boat repair business and all. And I could see Shirley opening the door to a woman at the door. If they used the ruse they were broken down in a boat and could they use their phone to call for help....
     
  8. Foxfire

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    lakeoconee, Sheriff Sills re-election is dependent upon solving the Dermond murders, imo. I truly hope he does, but this is only due to his refusal to request the GBI's assistance.
    The only other option for the GBI to become involved in the Dermond investigation is that the governor of GA; Gov. Nathan Deal, to step in and order SS to utilize their resources. Imo, the Dermond family and the citizens of RP/GW should demand for Governor Deal to step in.. JMO

    the former four term incumbent Sheriff was voted out of office because serial killer Gary M. Hilton; the Forest Killer, utilized Fannin County(Coopers Creek WMA), GA as one of his safe havens for years to continue his trail of terror. GMH was oblivious to the former 4 term incumbent Sheriff.. GMH was apprehended 01/04/2008.. Fannin County was GMH's destination when he abducted Meredith Hope Emerson on 01/01/2008 from Blood Mountain/Union County. He detoured south to Dawson County due to blizzard conditions in the higher elevations of Suches/Fannin County, GA.

    Supplies found in Georgia belonged to murderer(serial killer)
    http://www.blueridgenow.com/article/20090917/SERVICES03/909171030

    The U.S. Forest Service has identified a cache of supplies at a concealed campsite in (Coopers Creek WMA/White Horse Trail)Fannin County, Ga., as belonging to convicted murderer Gary Michael Hilton.
     
  9. Bootsctr

    Bootsctr Well-Known Member

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    Oh just to make sure everyone saw that the arrests were made on June 20th and they're just now reporting on it. The report is 20 hours old. Could be looking at a plea deal maybe if they are in any way related? There's 3 of them. Somebody will turn on somebody I can almost guarantee it. If Sheriff Sills gets something in those phone records that can connect the dots.
     
  10. Bootsctr

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    Excellent reference! Thank you. Tucking that into my little file folder.
     
  11. Carolinapeach

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    As a home owner in Putnam County, I would appreciate a better form of communication to the residents and weekenders. It is very frustrating to me to have to hang on for the the once a week update in the local paper.

    My city (permanent residence) recently hired a Citizen Engagement Specialist to keep FB updated with info on power outages, announcements from LE, trash pick-up schedules, etc. He has other duties also but does a great job keeping us informed.

    All just my opinion...
     
  12. Bootsctr

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    "Rondal Nathan Sims, 45, was arrested at his home at 146 Dejarnette Road when a “small amount of methamphetamine” and firearms were found, Putnam County Sheriff’s Lt. Harry Luke said in a phone interview Friday.

    Ginger Moon Smith, 1501 Cochran Road, Madison, was arrested for having methamphetamine, Luke said.

    John David Lewis, 24, Adams Trailer Park #3F, Milledgeville, “a guy working in the yard, who happened to have an outstanding warrant,” also was arrested, Luke said.

    http://www.msgr.com/news/crime/article_32740d38-0218-11e4-af26-001a4bcf887a.html?mode=jqm

    Rondal Sims looks like he might have been punched in the eye. It's a little red. Wonder if he did a little resisting of arrest?
     
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    :ufo: :kimsterwink: Thank you Kimster!
     
  15. Carolinapeach

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    Strangely enough, I read on another Lake Sinclair FB page that this guy owned an air boat who some thought was the loud boat being heard in the middle of the night. All this is in Putnam County but on Lake Sinclair though...
     
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    You just don't know, Advocate1... Nepotism, corruption, intimidation, etc; the good ole boy network at its best...

    If you should get arrested, the Sheriff's deputy that arrests you will be the BIL of the wrecker driver, who will be the cousin of the bondsman, who will be the son of the magistrate, the defense Attorney will be the husband of the Judge, the court reporter will be one of the afore mentioned's daughter..etc..
    You think I'm kidding.:floorlaugh: If it wasn't so true and tragically serious, it would be humorous...

    The farther you get from Atlanta, the less Constitutional rights you are entitled too..unless you are related.. JMO
     
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    WOW! And if I remember correctly we have a poster that posted a scenario that involved word of mouth coming from somebody who might have had a boat motor repair shop. I mean I wish that poster would speak up because I remember thinking that it made really good sense.

    Okay, Lake Sinclair. That's the other side of the dam? I gotta look at your map again CP! :seeya:
     
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    OMG! Don't even get me started on nepotism. Local water supply company boss has her sister-in-law, her brother-in-law, her sons, etc. working for the water company. If somebody dies in the family the whole dang place shuts down. :notgood:
     
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