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Spalding cops issue lookout for armed burglars

Investigators with the Spalding County sheriff’s department are looking for two men suspected in multiple burglaries. A news release from Capt. Tony Ranieri of the Spalding S.O. follows: The Spalding County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating Christopher Dion Jester black male, age 17 and Lajarvis Sandrell Evans black male age 25 both men are from Griffin. According to Sheriff Stewart, investigators have been investigating numerous burglaries in and around the Birdie Road area and have worked long hours on trying to solve these burglaries. Investigators learned during the investigation that similar type burglaries had been occurring in Fayette, Pike, Henry and Clayton Counties. Stewart stated that Spalding investigators conducted a multi-jurisdictional meeting with all the agencies and provided information as well as received information during that meeting that lead all agencies to believe that we were all looking for the same burglars. This past weekend Spalding Investigators received information pertaining to the two suspects and a location where they sold some of the stolen property, after locating that person and recovering some item’s, a massive search for both suspects began. Felony warrants charging both suspects with multiple burglaries have been issued. According to Stewart information received by investigators is that both of these suspects are now armed and should not be approached, if anyone sees these two suspects, do not approach them call 911 and report their location. Sheriff Stewart would also like to ask the victims of these burglaries not to contact the investigators about the recovery of the stolen property, most of the investigators have been traveling to different jurisdictions to recover some of the property and for the most part they will not be in the office. Stewart stated that once all the search warrants have been executed in the different jurisdictions and property recovered the investigators will contact the victims for a positive identification and the property will be returned. Stewart stated because of the multi-jurisdictions involved a lot or property is starting to be recovered, but investigators have to see what property goes with what burglary and asked for everyone to please bare with the investigators while the complete the investigation. If anyone has any information as to their whereabouts are asked to call 911 or Investigator Josh Pitts @ 770-227-9406.

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