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Since the inception of the Macon Regional Crimestoppers program, tips provided through the hotline have resulted in over 5,000 arrests. During the same period, Crimestoppers tips have led to over $770,000 in recovered property and over $611,000 in confiscated drugs. The total rewards paid through August 2017 are $776,000.

  • 5222

    Total Arrests

  • 9599

    Total Warrants

  • 7772

    Cases Cleared

  • 771594

    Recovered Property

  • $ 611345

    Recovered Drugs

  • $ 784695

    Rewards Paid

  • $ 48438

    YTD Rewards Paid

  • 273

    YTD Arrested


Case Studies

Since its inception, Macon Regional Crimestoppers tips have resulted in over 5,000 arrests. Some of the stories are dramatic, and leads provided through the Crimestoppers hotline have led to some high-profile arrests. Here are some case studies that illustrate how the Crimestoppers program helps catch criminals.

September 18, 2017

The U.S. Marshals Southeastern Regional Fugitive Task Force and Bibb County Sheriff’s Investigators located, with the information from two Crimestoppers tips, 30-year-old Lori Delois Harrell on September 18, 2017. She was transported to the Bibb County Sheriff’s Criminal Investigative Division for questioning. While being questioned, Harrell started complaining of severe cramps from a medical condition and she was transported to the Navicent Health Hospital by ambulance for treatment where she was admitted.

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Copies of arrest warrants for Harrell were given to the Navicent Health Police. Harrell was released from the care of the Navicent Health Hospital at around 9:00 a.m. the next morning and the arrest warrants were served to her at that time by Navicent Health Police. She was transported to the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center and booked on the charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault, hijacking a motor vehicle, and an unrelated charge of failure to appear.
June 30, 2017

U.S. Marshals, with the Southeastern Regional Fugitive Task Force, Bibb County Sheriff’s Investigators, and Bibb County Sheriff’s SWAT Team, captured and arrested 16-year-old Aurie Mathis Friday afternoon, June 30, at around 3:00 p.m. Mathis was arrested at a local motel off Holiday Drive North in Bibb County. It was reported that information was received on Mathis through a Crimestoppers Tip. Mathis is charged with Murder for the deadly shooting on Bradstone Circle during a burglary.

March 14, 2017

At approximately 1:01 a.m. on Thursday, March 2, 2017, officers responded to a call at Jus One More, a bar and grill located at 4993 Russell Parkway Suite 100, Warner Robins, due to shots fired and an active shooter situation. 24-year-old Kenny Odel Hart Jr. and 26-year-old Jabrial Odeal Adams, both of Warner Robins, suffered gunshot wounds to the chest area and were pronounced deceased.

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On March 14, 2017, The Jasper County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Houston County Sheriff’s Office Warrants Division and the U.S. Marshalls Office, arrested 26-year-old Travis Bernard Thomas Jr. in a residential area in Jasper County, South Carolina, after receiving a Crimestoppers tip. Thomas was taken into custody without incident. His charges will be two counts of murder, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, and two counts of aggravated assault.
March 1, 2017

In a joint effort with investigators from the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office, Macon Regional Crimestoppers, and the U.S. Marshals Southeastern Regional Fugitive Task Force, an arrest was made in the homicide investigation of 67-year-old Jimmy Lee Daniels of 967 Elder Street. Phillip Lance Rozier Sr., 54 years old, of Macon was arrested without incident at a house located on Carroll Street at around 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, March 1. A Crimestoppers tip led to Rozier’s arrest. Rozier was transported to the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center and booked on the charge of murder.

February 13, 2017

The U.S. Marshals Southeastern Regional Fugitive Task Force and Bibb County Sheriff’s Investigators arrested 19-year-old Jacob Elijah Miller Monday afternoon, February 13, just after 2:30 p.m. at an address in Atlanta, Georgia. Miller was arrested on a Crimestoppers tip in relation to the shooting of Brooklyn Rouse that occurred on December 26, 2016 outside 2443 Vivian Drive. Rouse was delivering a pizza for Papa Johns at the time of the shooting.

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Miller was transported from Atlanta back to the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division. Miller was arrested on warrants for criminal attempt to commit murder, armed robbery, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Bibb Sheriff David Davis said, “Frequently we see that these individuals are so fearless when they commit the crime, but they run like a chicken when facing the consequences of their cold-blooded acts. It’s both shocking and troubling when a person who is trying to make a living in a productive society is attacked by callous predators who most likely know nothing of real work. We can be thankful for the teamwork of Bibb investigators, U.S. Marshals, and community members who made the call to Crimestoppers for all their efforts which resulted in the capture of this suspect in this senseless assault.