Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Report 3/29 – 4/4

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Arrest report and photos provided by the Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office. The Georgia Open Records Act (O.C.G.A. 35-01-18) allows for FetchYourNews.com to obtain and post the arrest records of any and all individuals arrested in Lumpkin County. Those arrests are posted on FetchYourNews.com for viewing pleasure. Please remember that all individuals listed have been arrested and charged, however, they are presumed innocent until guilt has been proven in a court of law.

North Georgia Chairmen urge Kemp to close State Parks

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Georgia, North Georgia, Governor, Brian Kemp, State Parks, Close, Shut Down, Letter, Chairmen, Habersham, Rabun, Franklin, Towns, White, Gilmer, Dade, Fannin, Union, Lumpkin, Stephens, Banks, Travis Turner, Tim Stamey, Greg James

Blue Ridge, Ga. – Twelve Commission Chairmen from North Georgia counties have joined together and signed a letter asking Governor Brian Kemp to shut down the State Parks.

“It appears that these nonresidents believe our area is a safe haven because of its rural nature. To the contrary, the influx of people into our communities has had a staggering detrimental effect on our resources,” the letter to Kemp read in part.

Georgia, North Georgia, Governor, Brian Kemp, State Parks, Close, Shut Down, Letter, Chairmen, Habersham, Rabun, Franklin, Towns, White, Gilmer, Dade, Fannin, Union, Lumpkin, Stephens, Banks, Travis Turner, Tim Stamey, Greg James

Habersham County Commissioner District 5 Tim Stamey

The letter goes on to outline the resources in our area that have been affected by the out-of-towners looking to seclude themselves, including in these resources are food, dry goods and fuel.

It goes on to inform Kemp that our area is not equipped medically: “Our communities simply do not have enough hospital beds or medical personnel to care for the inflated population.”

Though only serving as a commissioner for a little over three months, Habersham County Commissioner District 5 Tim Stamey felt he needed to be proactive in bringing a solution to this problem: “I am a retired special operator and we don’t sit around talking about things, we get it done.”

Stamey who sits on the County Health Board said, “I’m on the County Health Board and talk to Healthcare workers in my county on a daily basis. They are the heros/heroines in all this. This virus does not spread itself on the wind.”

Moccasin Creek State Park, situated just North of Unicoi State park has been “crazy, 4th of July crazy” for the past three weekends according to Stamey, who has witnessed the impact on his county first hand.

Stamey initially contacted Rabun County Chairman Greg James and White County Chairman Travis Turner.

“I started this by just trying to get border counties on board,” Stamey said and added, “Then Chairmen were like well, did you call such and such, I know they feel the same way. It just kept getting bigger and bigger.”

Stamey said that all Commission Chairmen were helpful, on board, and taking the matter seriously: “I talked to most of them several times and for up to an hour each time.”

Stamey, along with the 12 county chairmen and many residents, is hoping that this letter will get the attention of Kemp. The letter in closing states: “On behalf of the many citizens that live in North Georgia who entrust us as County Commissioners to represent their interests, we respectfully ask you to close all of the state parks located in our area immediately.”

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Click Here to read about National Park Closures in our area

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Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Report 3/22 – 3/28

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Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Report 3/14 – 3/21

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Update: Eight confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Lumpkin County

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Lumpkin County, Ga. — As of March 31, Lumpkin County now has eight confirmed cases of COVID-19.

The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is now releasing hospitalization and additional patient details in its daily reports. As of 12 p.m., Lumpkin has zero deaths related to COVID-19.

As for the state, it has a total of 3817 cases, 108 deaths, and 818 hospitalizations.

Union and Towns Counties are the only two North Georgia counties yet to have a case confirmed.

 March 24 update below:

As of March 24, Lumpkin County now has three confirmed cases of COVID-19. Lumpkin’s first case was confirmed 72 hours earlier on Saturday, March 21.

In the 12 p.m. Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) report, positive test results in the state have reached the thousands. DPH stated that the “significant increase in cases is in part reflective of an improvement in electronic reporting efficiency from commercial laboratories.”

The state has now lost 32 Georgians to the virus and has a death rate of 3.12 percent, which is higher than the national percentage of COVID-19 deaths.

Dawson remains at one confirmed case at this time.

Original Story from March 21 below:

The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) confirmed on Saturday, March 21, that Lumpkin County has recorded its first confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19).

DPH updates its list of confirmed cases of 2019 novel coronavirus at noon and 7 p.m. each day. Today’s 7 p.m. update shows the number of cases in Georgia has grown 100% to 555 total.

DPH officials announced that 555 total cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Georgia and the state’s death toll has climbed to 20. They expect the number of cases will increase as more people are tested.

You can follow this story as it develops by clicking here: Lumpkin Reports First Case of Coronavirus

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UPDATED: Closing and Cancellation info for Lumpkin County

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Stay up to date with closing and cancellations in Lumpkin County and keep visiting this article daily to find out the latest closings and cancellations as they are announced.

 

Closing Info UPDATED 3.19.20 8:00AM

Lumpkin County has created a page for virus updates)

  • Lumpkin County Magistrate Court, in compliance with the order entered by The Honorable Harold D. Melton, Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court, will be closing to the public beginning March 18, 2020 until further notice. 
  • The Lumpkin County Tax Commissioner’s Office is closed to the public.  They are happy to assist you over the phone by taking payments or talking you through the online system.  If it is absolutely necessary to register your vehicle, they will make an appointment for you.  
  • The Lumpkin County Animal Shelter is closing to the public.  They will be accepting appointments for those that need to visit the shelter.    
  • Lumpkin County Tax Assessor’s Office  – should you feel it necessary to meet in person regarding your appraisal, you will need to call and schedule an appointment.  Otherwise, the office staff is handling all other questions via phone.
  • Lumpkin County Parks and Recreation activities are suspended until further notice.  Facility rentals for gatherings is also suspended until further notice.
  • Lumpkin County will not be utilizing Community Service workers through the end of the month.  This will be re-evaluated at the end of the month. 
  • 9th District Opportunity’s office located in the Administration Building will be closing March 18th through March 26th.  
  • Lumpkin 101 classes suspended until further notice.
  • Lumpkin County Library Grand Opening on March 28th has been cancelled.
  • Lumpkin County Library will be closing March 16th through March 30th.  The library is waiving all fines for materials during the closure. Book drops are closed.  As a reminder, Wi-Fi for each branch of the library does reach into the parking lots.
  • Lumpkin County Schools will be closed March 16 through March 20. 
  • Temporary Closure of the Senior Center Out of an abundance of caution, and because the senior population seems to be one of the groups most susceptible to the COVID-19 virus, Lumpkin County Board of Commissioners has taken the pro-active step of temporarily closing the Senior Center. The Senior Center will be temporarily closed beginning March 16 through the end of the month. Our hope is that this will allow the instances of COVID-19 virus to diminish in number, which should reduce exposure to this vulnerable population. Over the next few weeks, we will re-evaluate this decision as the situation unfolds and expectation of reopening the Senior Center on April 1, if the situation allows. During this time, volunteers will still distribute home-delivered meals to clients who are currently receiving this service. Senior Center staff will be checking on clients on a daily basis as well as continuing their practices of deep cleaning the whole building.

 

Department changes info

  • The Lumpkin County Tax Commissioner’s Office reminds citizens that most every items can be handled via an online process.  The links can be found on their webpage. There is also a payment drop box at the ADA entrance to the Administration Building.  This box can be used for payments or correspondence for this office.
  • The Lumpkin County Tax Assessor’s Office reminds citizens that most every issue with their office can be handled via email, standard mail or phone.  Their webpage has more detailed information.
  • Lumpkin County Magistrate Court reminds citizens that Civil Action questions can be answered by calling the civil court clerk at 706-864-3736.  Criminal matters or County Ordinance Violation questions can be answered by calling the criminal court clerk at 706-864-7760.  
  • The Animal Shelter is no longer accepting walk-ins, they encourage you to call the shelter at 706-867-7297 if you need assistance. 
  • The Planning Department is limiting access to its office.  You will be able to receive assistance via the service window located in the front lobby of their office.  They are reminding everyone that they have forms on their webpage that can be used to conduct business and reduce the need to visit their office in person.  They will continue to respond to complaints but will limit direct contact.  
  • The Lumpkin County Fire Marshal’s Office has limited public access to their office.  If you need to drop off plans, those should be left in the Planning Department. Plans will be picked up daily.  To pay your fees, please visit the Fire Marshall’s page to access the online payment form.
  • The County Clerk is limiting access to the office and reminds businesses that Alcohol Excise Tax payments may be paid online or you can mail your checks.  
  • The Lumpkin County Extension Service has limited access to their office.  Please knock on the door, or call, for assistance. 

 

 

The State of Georgia has announced a hotline that is staffed and ready to answer Coronavirus (COVID-19) questions.  Please call 1-844-442-2681.

 

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What do I do if I feel sick?  If you have a fever and cough or difficulty breathing, these steps will help you find the care you need and limit the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our region:

  • Call before you come
    • Please call your doctor’s office or an urgent care clinic for advice about where you should go for treatment.
    • If you already have an appointment scheduled and have recently traveled to an area affected by Coronavirus, please call the office before you leave your house.
  • Call 9-1-1 for emergencies
    • Calling 9-1-1 is always the fastest and most efficient way to get proper treatment for medical emergencies.
  • Consider staying home and completing an E-Visit
    • We have updated our online E-Visits to ask screening questions that may indicate if you have Coronavirus.
    • Just visit www.ngpg.org/evisit-info for instructions about how to complete an E-Visit from the comfort of your home.

Are they able to test? NGHS has the ability to coordinate testing at some of our locations. Please call your doctor’s office or urgent care clinic for advice about whether testing is right for you. Recently we implemented a new E-Visit specific to the Coronavirus. Just visit www.ngpg.org/evisit-info for instructions about how to complete an E-Visit from the comfort of your home.

Should I be wearing a mask? It is important for everyone to remember that the CDC does not recommend face masks for the general public who are well as a protection from COVID-19 or other respiratory diseases. If people stockpile masks at their homes out of concern, they could inadvertently prevent healthcare facilities from getting the supplies they need for ill patients and the staff treating those patients. Instead, good hand hygiene – washing hands for at least 20 seconds – is very important and cough etiquette – covering your mouth while you cough or sneeze and then washing hands or using sanitizer– is Highly Recommend    

Public Healthline: 8667824584

 

Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Report 3/8 – 3/13

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Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Report 3/1 – 3/7

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Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Report 2/23 – 2/29

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Elva Louise Burt: Obituary

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Elva Louise Burt, age 85, passed away on February 24, 2020 in Dahlonega, Georgia surrounded by family after an extended illness.

She was born on June 1, 1934 in Hazel, Kentucky to the late Vondrell and Minnie Sledd. She loved the Georgia Bulldogs, traveling, flowers and her family and friends. Mrs. Burt was Mrs. Mary Kay for many years. She also worked in gifts and decorative accessories sales and was a nurse at Babyland General, where she delivered the Cabbage Patch Babies. She was of Baptist faith.

 

Mrs. Burt was preceded in death by her parents, Vondrell and Minnie Sledd; Sister, June Hertell; Grandsons, Clay Free and Max Vincent; Grandson-in-law, Robert Dean.

 

Surviving are her loving husband of 32 years, Jerry Burt, Dahlonega; Children, Denyse Vincent Hollingsworth (Dan), Signal Mountain, Tennessee and Chuck Vincent, San Gregorio, California. Grandchildren, Katie Dean, Gainesville and Henry Vincent, Ashland, Oregon. Great Grandson, Cooper Dean; Brothers, Seldon Sledd (Barbara) and Kenneth Sledd (Susan); Her beloved nephews and niece and a number of other relatives.

 

Interment will be Friday, February 28 at 9:30 am at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, Georgia. The Family will receive friends on Friday February 28 at 2pm at Dahlonega Funeral Home in Dahlonega, Ga. A celebration of Life will immediately follow at 3 pm.

To send flowers to Elva “Louise” Burt’s family, please visit our floral section.

George Cameron Thompson: Obituary

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Mr. George Cameron Thompson passed away on Saturday, February 22, 2020.  George was 78 years old.

 

Visitation will be held Monday, February 24 at the Dahlonega Funeral Home from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

 

A celebration service will be held on Tuesday, February 25 at 2:00pm at the Dahlonega Funeral Home.

 

George was born in Dahlonega, GA on April 15, 1941 to Wesley David and Susie Brookshire Thompson.  He attended Lumpkin County schools in Dahlonega, Georgia. George worked for General Motors in Doraville, Georgia for 13 years.  In 1980, George started working for Farm Bureau in Dahlonega, GA. When he retired in 2006, George’s office had a book of business that exceeded $6 million.

 

George is preceded in death by his brothers Ollie, David and Charles Thompson and his sisters Leila Stowers, Yvonne Patton, Ann Phillips, Marion Hogwood, and Billie Woodall. Nephew and Nieces: Max Woodall, Beverly Phillips Wimpy, Tammy Phillips Martin, and Debbie Woodall Casey.

 

George is survived by his wife Peggy Thompson and his children Janssen Thompson and his wife Becky of Houston, TX and Vivian Street of Nashville, TN and Drew Bardenwerper and his wife Leigh of Tuscaloosa, AL and Danielle Witherington and her husband Will of Lexington, KY.  George is also survived by his grandchildren Jeffery Street and his wife Shannon of Boise, ID; Kyle Street of Boise, ID; Sarah, Laura, Caroline and Andrew Witherington of Lexington, KY; Scott and Ryan Bardenwerper of Tuscaloosa, AL; Ashley Justice of Galveston, TX and Sarah Paul Thompson of Edwall, WA.  George was the proud great-grandfather of George Huckleberry “Huck” Street of Boise, ID. He leaves behind a host of family and friends including nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, and cousins. He has created many memories with us all that we will treasure and remember.

 

In lieu of flowers, George’s family would be honored if donations were made to two institutions that were dear to his heart:

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE FOUNDATION INC (Tax ID: 621844686)

1525 UNIVERSITY AVENUE

KNOXVILLE, TN 37921

Program Name: GEORGE C. THOMPSON SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

 

Wilbur Fortner

℅ Cane Creek Baptist Church

813 Fred Ash Road

Dahlonega, GA 30533

 

To send flowers to George’s family, please visit our floral section.

Elizabeth Clark: Obituary

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Elizabeth Clark

March 6, 1947 ~ February 25, 2020 (age 72)

Full obit to follow

To send flowers to Elizabeth’s family, please visit our floral section.

Geneva B. Truelove: Obituary

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Mrs. Geneva B. Truelove, age 94, of Dahlonega passed away Sunday, February 23, 2020.

Mrs. Truelove was born in Pickens County on October 14, 1925.  She is preceded in death by her husband Benny Truelove, son Robert Truelove, mother Mary Glass Wright, four brothers and two sisters.  Mrs. Truelove was a loving mother and grandmother.  Having become a widow at a young age, Mrs. Truelove raised her seven boys with love and hard work.  She loved to shop with her oldest sister, collect dolls, and spend time with her family.

Survivors include her sons and daughters-in-law Mitchell and Brenda Truelove, Gainesville, Marcus Truelove, Dahlonega, Roger and Harriett Truelove, Cleveland, David Michael Truelove, Arizona, Tony Truelove, Savannah, and Paul Truelove, Dawsonville; daughter-in-law Frances Sosebee, Dahlonega; 12 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, and other relatives.

Funeral services are scheduled for 2:00 PM Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at Anderson-Underwood Funeral Home Chapel.  The Rev. Chris Anderson will officiate.  Interment will follow in the Historic Dawsonville City Cemetery.  The family will receive friends from 1:00 PM to the service hour Tuesday at the funeral home.

To share a memory of Mrs. Truelove or a condolence with the family visit andersonunderwood.com.

Anderson-Underwood Funeral Home of Dahlonega

James “Hub” Arnold Dockery: Obituary

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Mr. James “Hub” Arnold Dockery, age 92, of Dahlonega passed away Wednesday, February 26, 2020.

Mr. Dockery was born in Murphy, N.C. on March 8, 1927 to the late Claude Harvey and Birdie Christy Dockery.  In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his brother Henry Dockery.  On November 20, 1945 Mr. Dockery responded to faithful duty to serve his country in the United States Army.  While serving his country on the heels of WWII, he was carefully and diligently discharging the duty of Corporal.  He served honorably and was discharged on November 12, 1948.

During the war Mr. Dockery learned auto mechanical and electrical repair.  He took his trade to civilian work at the International Harvester Sales and Service in Gainesville, GA.  Mr. Dockery then went to Dollar Carburetor and continued his trade.  He worked for Story Trucking in Alabama for several years and then worked for himself until he retired.  Mr. Dockery loved to hunt and fish.

Survivors include his daughters and sons-in-law Dianne and Charles Stephens, Dahlonega, and Debbie and Mike Walters, Cleveland; son Kevin Dockery; grandchildren Jessica Holloway, Sarah Herrin, William Stephens, Daniel Stephens, Rachel Stephens, Jordan Dockery, and Ashley Dockery; great-grandchildren Jayden, Jessie, Josie, Stella, Oliver, Carter, Cash, and Haidyn; nephew Shane Dockery; and niece Mary Ann Dollyhigh.

Funeral services are scheduled for 2:00 PM Friday, February 28, 2020 at the chapel of Anderson-Underwood Funeral Home.  The Rev. Nick Rice will officiate.  Interment will follow in Philippi Baptist Church Cemetery.  The family will receive friends from 11:00 AM to the service hour Friday at the funeral home.

To share a memory of Mr. Dockery or a condolence with the family visit andersonunderwood.com.

Anderson-Underwood Funeral Home of Dahlonega

Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office Arrest Report 2/16 – 2/22

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Dr. John Earl Raber: Obituary

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On Thursday, February 20, 2020, Dr. John Earl Raber went home to be with the Lord.  Dr. Raber was born in Altoona, PA on September 13, 1938 to the late George Dewey and Agnes E. Little Raber.  He is preceded in death by all of his siblings consisting of four sisters and two brothers.

Dr. Raber’s life has made an impact on this earth that has been felt far and near.  He graduated from Bucknell University and Lock Haven University then went on to the University of Georgia where he received his doctorate.  From there his passion for high school wrestling flourished.  Dr. Raber coached young men in high school and on the collegiate level.  He moved to Dahlonega, GA in the summer of 1971 and along with his precious family he brought his love for wrestling.  Dr. Raber played a direct role in establishing the Lumpkin County High School wrestling program.  He established and directed Dr. John’s Wrestling Camps that were hosted all over north Georgia.  Dr. Raber was a head wrestling official for the GHSA, NCAA, ACC, and SEC collegiate wrestling.  He recently accepted the distinguished honor as an inductee to the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.

Dr. Raber fell in love with Dahlonega, GA.  He taught Physiology and Kinesiology at the University of North Georgia.  Dr. Raber retired after 23 years of educating and coaching at the college level.  Even though he was retired he never felt detached from the college he loved.  Dr. Raber continued to show the community he loved leadership and compassion.  He served on the Dahlonega City Council, two terms as Mayor, as a Lumpkin County Commissioner, and Lumpkin County Commission Chair, and as the Director of the Regional Development Council with the State of Georgia.  Dr. Raber along with many other great men established the Cooper-Green Prayer Group that still meets faithfully every Tuesday morning to pray for the needs in the community.

Along with all the compassion that Dr. Raber had he was also determined to show kindness in any way he could.  One way that he did this was with his “bread and sweet route”.  Dr. Raber picked up and delivered sweets and bread to various places dear to his heart such as the Rainbow Children’s Home, the Dahlonega Homeless Shelter, the Community Helping Place, and the NOA Women’s Shelter.

Survivors include his daughter Daina Raber, El Cajon, CA; sons and daughters-in-law Gregory and Lisa Raber, Dahlonega, Brian and Lynn Raber, Greenville, S.C., and Michael and Laura Raber, Dahlonega; grandchildren Easton Bajsec (Scott), Tate Justus, Jordan Moore (Jeremy), Keaton Raber, Caitlyn Raber, Lucas Raber, Daniel Wiggley (Jennifer), and Jessica Roberts (Brad); nine great-grandchildren; and his fiancé Juanita Tipton, Dahlonega.

Dr. Raber’s wishes were to be cremated and rather than having a single service to remember him by his wishes were that he be remembered every time a wrestling mat is pounded, and every time a kind deed is done in the town that he loved, Dahlonega, GA.

In lieu of flowers or gifts the family requests that contributions be made to the Community Helping Place, P.O. Box 712, Dahlonega, GA  30533.

To share a memory of Dr. Raber or a condolence with the family visit andersonunderwood.com.

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