If you are a member of the Lumpkin County Sheriff's Department, life is not boring. Especially not based on some of the recent reports we've been getting.
There's the story of the inmate at the LCSD detention center who was playing tic-tac-toe. Only problem was that he was ticing, tacing and toeing on his cell door....causing approximately $1,700 in damages to the door. AND, he now has a new charge against him - Criminal Interference with Government Property.
In other LCSD news, last week a LCSD trustee, assigned to the Red Oak Flats county shop, walked away from his work detail. In fact, he walked right into his girl friend's car that just happened to pull up at the same time. Fortunately, LCSD had the trustee back in custody a few hours later.
Before he walked away, the 30 year old trustee was serving a short sentence for a misdemeanor or probation violation. Now according to Lumpkin Sheriff Stacy Jarrard, the 'former' trustee is "looking at five years for nine hours of freedom."