BPS conducts Operation Clean-Sweep

BPS conducts Operation Clean-Sweep

There are 48 comments on the The Post-Searchlight story from Apr 30, 2012, titled BPS conducts Operation Clean-Sweep. In it, The Post-Searchlight reports that:

Bainbridge Public Safety conducted Operation Clean-Sweep on Monday morning, the arrest phase of a six month drug investigation into street level and open-air drug sales in Bainbridge.

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Bernie

Columbia, SC

#1 Apr 30, 2012
Anybody know any names of the idiots arrested?
cowboy

United States

#2 Apr 30, 2012
No, but im glad theyre off the streets
wondering

Leesburg, GA

#3 Apr 30, 2012
does anyone have any more info on the arrests? or what areas were hit?
dummy

Sugar Grove, IL

#4 May 1, 2012
List of those arrested

This is a list of suspects arrested in Monday’s round-up, as provided by Bainbridge Public Safety. The suspects’ ages, addresses and charges will be updated as it becomes available. More arrests are pending.

• Andrecas Harris, 202 Louise St., Bainbridge

• Alex Myrick, 1120 Japonica Drive, Bainbridge

• Brock Byrd, 500 S. Sims St., Bainbridge

• Travis Hallmon, 401 Louise St., Bainbridge

• Ezekial Hodge, 810 Helen St., Bainbridge

• Tramias Kirkland, 406 McNair St. Apt. B, Bainbridge

• Roderick Moten, 1209 Sharpe St., Bainbridge

• Brandon Sasser, Campbell St., Bainbridge

• Desmond Henry, 411 Campbell St., Bainbridge

• Gregory Akins, Campbell St., Bainbridge

• Maurice Hubert, Potter St., Bainbridge

• David Love, 1202 Troupe St., Bainbridge

• Emanuel Hodge Jr., 1624 C Pine St., Bainbridge

• Christopher Conoley, 711 Washington St., Bainbridge

• Kenneth Hawkins, 1407 Potter St., Bainbridge

• Ken Kirkland, 1407 Potter St., Bainbridge

• Louis Ousley, 722 Milwhite Road, Attapulgus

• Sharie Paulk, 917 Anderson St., Bainbridge

• Markise Jones, Briarwood Apt. 28-D, Bainbridge

• Kelvin Ford, 130 Pond Drive Apt. 1, Bainbridge

• Detroy Rambo, 220 Decatur St., Bainbridge

• Stacy Levens, 1609 Hall St., Bainbridge



In addition, three suspects were found to already be in jail:

• Jamichael Williams, being held at the Pelham City Jail

• Fred Wright, being held at the Pelham City Jail

• Jamal Jackson, of 1226 Garland Avenue, Bainbridge, who was being held at the Decatur County Jail
Stop Corruption

Panama City, FL

#6 May 1, 2012
Great question I am waiting to see....................
Lawd help me

Missoula, MT

#8 May 1, 2012
dummy wrote:
List of those arrested
This is a list of suspects arrested in Monday’s round-up, as provided by Bainbridge Public Safety. The suspects’ ages, addresses and charges will be updated as it becomes available. More arrests are pending.
• Andrecas Harris, 202 Louise St., Bainbridge
• Alex Myrick, 1120 Japonica Drive, Bainbridge
• Brock Byrd, 500 S. Sims St., Bainbridge
• Travis Hallmon, 401 Louise St., Bainbridge
• Ezekial Hodge, 810 Helen St., Bainbridge
• Tramias Kirkland, 406 McNair St. Apt. B, Bainbridge
• Roderick Moten, 1209 Sharpe St., Bainbridge
• Brandon Sasser, Campbell St., Bainbridge
• Desmond Henry, 411 Campbell St., Bainbridge
• Gregory Akins, Campbell St., Bainbridge
• Maurice Hubert, Potter St., Bainbridge
• David Love, 1202 Troupe St., Bainbridge
• Emanuel Hodge Jr., 1624 C Pine St., Bainbridge
• Christopher Conoley, 711 Washington St., Bainbridge
• Kenneth Hawkins, 1407 Potter St., Bainbridge
• Ken Kirkland, 1407 Potter St., Bainbridge
• Louis Ousley, 722 Milwhite Road, Attapulgus
• Sharie Paulk, 917 Anderson St., Bainbridge
• Markise Jones, Briarwood Apt. 28-D, Bainbridge
• Kelvin Ford, 130 Pond Drive Apt. 1, Bainbridge
• Detroy Rambo, 220 Decatur St., Bainbridge
• Stacy Levens, 1609 Hall St., Bainbridge
In addition, three suspects were found to already be in jail:
• Jamichael Williams, being held at the Pelham City Jail
• Fred Wright, being held at the Pelham City Jail
• Jamal Jackson, of 1226 Garland Avenue, Bainbridge, who was being held at the Decatur County Jail
Lawd Sweet Jesus, they got both my babies daddy in jayl. Po lil laytwanda and po lil demeatrous not gonna have a daddy to see on father's day. lawd help me
POPO

Albany, GA

#9 May 1, 2012
Most confusing day in Bainbridge = Fathers Day:)
confused

Lewisport, KY

#10 May 1, 2012
what is a afro coon
lol

Lewisport, KY

#11 May 1, 2012
i get it african aka afro
not so fast

Brookings, SD

#12 May 1, 2012
they did not get everyone. be glad they are off the street and maybe your babies will not be buying drugs, and why are you hanging around drug dearlers. maybe you are one yourself. the ones they have not arrest should run like the wind. is
that why the gas station on shotwell tinted there windows.
so what

Lewisport, KY

#13 May 1, 2012
half of dem are already back on the streets so what
WELL

Douglas, GA

#14 May 1, 2012
only until their court date!
so what wrote:
half of dem are already back on the streets so what
so what

Lewisport, KY

#15 May 1, 2012
until they go to court they gona still sell drugs what u expect them to do get a job yea right? besides most of them will probaly get probation or less than a year in prison. i kno a couple of them this isnt their first dope charge
Really

Tallahassee, FL

#16 May 1, 2012
Get Real wrote:
Nobody wants to hear this question, or answer it, but how many of these arrested "suspects" are black, afrocoon americans, or white???
<quoted text>
Your insensitiveness does more to pollute race relations than you have the intelligence to realize.
not so fast

Brookings, SD

#17 May 2, 2012
so what wrote:
half of dem are already back on the streets so what
doesn't that make you angry that they are back out on the street. i would like to have the streets safe from drug dealers so we can all go out and feel safe. i want my childred to be able to go outside to have fun and not worry about being hurt.
so what

Lewisport, KY

#18 May 2, 2012
not so fast wrote:
<quoted text>doesn't that make you angry that they are back out on the street. i would like to have the streets safe from drug dealers so we can all go out and feel safe. i want my childred to be able to go outside to have fun and not worry about being hurt.
well u better move because the reality is there will always be drug dealers that will never stop
jason

United States

#19 May 2, 2012
Drugs sell them self. Drug dealer don't go out knocking on doors. A drug dealer is no threat to your child, unless your child is seeking out drugs. They don't go around holding guns to people's heads saying "buy my drugs or i'll hurt you. What planet do you people live on. People have done drugs since the beginning of time and drug use will never go away. If you don't like to use drugs don't use them. But how can you judge what others feel ok to put in their body. Hell everyone uses drugs.
cowboy

United States

#20 May 2, 2012
jason wrote:
Drugs sell them self. Drug dealer don't go out knocking on doors. A drug dealer is no threat to your child, unless your child is seeking out drugs. They don't go around holding guns to people's heads saying "buy my drugs or i'll hurt you. What planet do you people live on. People have done drugs since the beginning of time and drug use will never go away. If you don't like to use drugs don't use them. But how can you judge what others feel ok to put in their body. Hell everyone uses drugs.
hey dumbasd, your right they dont hold guns to peoples heads to buy drugs, but they do do drive bys on rivals over turf and money, or just to build reputation and stray bullets often miss their intended targets and instead hit the innocent. Plus drug addicts rob and steal to get money for drugs. What planet are you from dumbass. Yea drugs will mever be completely off the streets but if u dont continue to fight it, then the drugs would completely take over
blahhh

Sugar Grove, IL

#21 May 2, 2012
Get Real wrote:
Nobody wants to hear this question, or answer it, but how many of these arrested "suspects" are black, afrocoon americans, or white???
<quoted text>
Or better yet, how many of their customers were white, crackers, red necks...etc?
jason

United States

#22 May 2, 2012
Cowboy you watch to much tv. To my knowledge there has never been a drive by in decatur co. And now a day if you want to get rid of a rival drug deal it would be much easier to just snitch on them to the cops. My point is the drug war is a losing battle. In less than a week there will be new drug dealer in the same spots these raid took place. We are talking about billions of dollars each year that if our government would approach this problem open minded those dollars would go to the people not the cartels. In my opinion the money we spend on fighting a losing war could go to drug awareness programs and rehabitation so the next generation does grow up being lied to and told drugs are the devil like the government has told us for the last hundred years.

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