Henry County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Henry County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 120 Henry Pkwy, McDonough, 30253 GA
  • Chief:
Phone: 770-288-7100

Henry County Sheriff's Office is located at 120 Henry Pkwy, McDonough, 30253 GA. The Henry County Sheriff's Office phone number is 770-288-7100.

Henry County Sheriff's Office News

Thank you to everyone who helped make this year's Trunk or Treat a huge success! We can not wait until next year! Check out some of the fun we had!

Great job Deputy Benefield and Officer Maddox! We appreciate everything our first responders do for our community, everyday.

Trunk or Treat Please don't forget we will be having our TRUNK or TREAT TOMORROW October 31, 2018 @ the Henry County Sheriff's Office, from 5:30-7:30 PM. The address is 120 Henry Parkway McDonough, GA 30253. We look forward to seeing you there!

Lockdown Lifted The lockdown at Locust Grove Elementary has been lifted.

Locust Grove Elementary on Lockdown Locust Grove Elementary is on lockdown, in reference to police activity in the area. Several units are on the scene now. All students and staff are safe. We will update you, when the lockdown has been lifted.

**Please Share** These photos were found in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael by some of our very own Deputies, helping with search and rescue in Mexico Beach. Please share this post, in hopes of returning them to their rightful owners. ****Update*** These are the photos that have not been claimed. Please continue to share this post, in hopes we can return the rest. Thank you, to everyone who has helped us, the families are very appreciative.

**Trunk or Treat** We wanted to remind you that our TRUNK or TREAT will be Wednesday, October 31st @ The Henry County Sheriff's Office. Mark your calendars, we hope to see you there!

It's that time of year again. Our Trunk or Treat will be held Wednesday October 31st @ The Henry County Sheriff's Office. Mark your calendars, we hope to see you there!

On August 9th, Sergeant Jodey Powell, head of our K-9 unit received and email from a proud mother, requesting a K-9 Demo. The emailed detailed how her daughter, Nicole a 5th grader at Rock Springs Elementary, was making the theme for her 11th birthday party, "raising money to help buy equipment for law enforcement K-9s." Her original goal was to raise money to purchase ballistic vests, but after speaking with Sergeant Powell, she realized that the ways to help K-9s varied based on their duties. Nicole, raised over $300.00 to buy NARCAN to counteract the effects of opioid narcotics for the Henry County Sheriff’s Office and Police Department Drug dogs. For more information and the full story, click the link below. http://www.henrycountysheriff.net/Portals/4/PDF/Media%20Release%20-%20K9%20Helper%208-20-2018.pdf

Luella Middle School Evacuation Fire units have cleared the building and advised that the students can move back into the school.

Luella Middle School Evacuation Luella Middle School is currently being evacuated, due to a possible gas leak. School Resource Units as well as Fire Units are on currently on the scene. No students or staff have been injured. We will update as soon as we have more information.

Please join Henry County Sheriff’s office in praying for Officer Cooper, his family and the entire Covington Police Department. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you!”

Real life super heroes come in a variety of descriptions and ages. They don’t wear flashy outfits with capes and masks. In fact they don’t even know they are super heroes until the moment when their hearts and minds answer the “call to action”. One such hero is 12 year old Lucas O’Bryant a student at the J. B. Henderson Center. On August 1st, Lucas was at his neighborhood community swimming pool when he noticed someone was struggling at the bottom of the pool. At that moment Lucas sprang into action. He jumped into the pool and swam to the bottom and pulled 12 year old Whitney Cabasag to the surface. He then got her to the side of the pool where she was assisted in getting out. Whitney could not swim and had been unexpectedly pushed into the water from behind. Although no one saw the incident due of the activity, Lucas noticed that she was in danger. “One of the most rewarding duties as Sheriff is to recognize outstanding accomplishments performed by residents of Henry County.” Stated Sheriff McBrayer. “It is especially gratifying to recognize the accomplishments of our youth.” The Life Saving award was presented to Lucas on August 28th in a ceremony at the Sherriff’s Office. His Grandfather, Otis Wilson, Sr., and Whitney’s parents, Sisco and Mary Cabasag were present along with Sheriff’s deputies and command staff. The citation reads; “The Sheriff of Henry County Presents Lucas O’Bryant This Life Saving Award For Taking Immediate Personal Action To Assist Another Person In Their Time of Crisis On August 1, 2018 By Pulling a Drowning Victim to Safety From the Bottom of a Swimming Pool, Resulting in the Saving of a Human Life.” Thank you Lucas!

Nineline Apparel has teamed up with Shannon Parson for an awesome cause. If you dont remember who Shannon Parson's is, he made the amazing rocking horse that was raffled off for our Deputies who were injured in the line of duty in February. He also donated two of his horses to the family of Officer Chase Maddox, our local hero who lost his life on that same day in February. For a limited time only, Nineline Apparel has teamed up with Shannon, to help raise money to turn his passion of making rocking horses, into a nonprofit organization to help reach as many families as possible. This apparel line will only be available until September 3, 2018. You can shop the apparel line at the link below. Please help us in spreading the word, in order to raise money for such a great cause. https://www.ninelineapparel.com/collections/Remembering-Officers-Children

Please mark your calendars for October 5, 2018. All proceeds benefit the Georgia Sheriffs' Youth Homes. To register online, please visit www.georgiasheriffsyouth.org

Pates Creek Elementary Locked Down Due to police activity in the area, Pates Creek Elementary has been placed on lockdown. We will notify you as soon as the activity clears, and the lockdown is lifted.

Thank you for all of the tips and shares, on the whereabouts of these suspects. With help from the U.S. Marshals, we have arrested all four suspects in the Armed Robbery/ Aggravated Assault, that occured on May 29, 2018.

Thank you for all of the tips and shares. One suspect turned himself in last night. Please continue to share our post, in hopes the others will do the same.

Wanted for Armed Robbery/Aggravated Assault

Monday afternoon June 11th, we paid our final respects to retired K9 Deputy Rambo. Our thoughts and prayers are with his partner Jodey Powell, his family and the entire Henry County Sherrif's Department. Please click the link below for additional information about Rambo's K9 career. Thank you for your service Rambo. http://www.henrycountysheriff.net/Portals/4/End%20of%20Watch/Deputy%20Rambo%206-12-2018.pdf

Sheriff's Summer Camp We want to remind you that our 2018 Sheriff's Summer Camp is right around the corner. Sheriff Keith McBrayer has developed a week long program consisting of a mix of indoor and outdoor activities with a strong emphasis on ethics and decision making. This year’s camp will be June 11, 2018 - June 15, 2018. The cost of camp is $50.00 per child. No refunds will be given after the 1st day of camp, and payment is due with registration. The program is designed for youth ages 12, 13, and 14. For more information, and to print the application, please click the link below. We hope to see you there! http://www.henrycountysheriff.net/MarkYourCalendarforSummerCamp/tabid/271/Default.aspx

We are now accepting applications for summer camp for Henry County residents only. Click on the link below for application. http://www.henrycountysheriff.net/MarkYourCalendarforSummerCamp/tabid/271/Default.aspx

On this date, May 15 our nation recognizes Peace Officer Memorial Day. All flags are to be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset to honor Peace Officers killed or disabled in the line of duty. We as Peace Officers recognize this as a day to remember our fallen brothers and sisters all across our nation and our territories who gave the supreme sacrifice in the line of duty with dedication and service to our communities. We should especially remember Officer Chase Maddox, Locust Grove PD who fell on February 9, 2018. President John F. Kennedy declared the first Peace Officers Memorial Day on May 15, 1962, as a tribute to peace officers and in honor of peace officers who, through their courageous deeds, lost their lives or became disabled in the line of duty. This day has been observed in our country annually ever since.

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