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Former Enterprise police officer back in jail - : Enterprise Ledger

Former Enterprise police officer back in jail

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Posted: Tuesday, November 19, 2013 1:54 pm

A former Enterprise police officer and Coffee County Sheriff’s corrections officer was arrested Monday by Enterprise police on felony second-degree theft of property charges.

Dennis Ryan Reid, 33, of Rocky Head Road, Enterprise, was charged with the theft of property on a Kinston Police Department warrant.

Reid was among three people with ties to Coffee County who were arrested on drug-related charges in Columbus, Ga. in early November. According to a report from the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, Reid told police officers there that he “works with the Enterprise Police Department.” Reports state he resigned three months previously.

Reid, 33, was arrested along with Michael Jolley, 31, and Shanna Kirkland, 28, also former residents of Enterprise.

Reid is charged in Georgia with providing false information, impersonating a police officer, loitering, possessing drug-related objects, possession of marijuana and possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute.

Jolley and Kirkland face the same drug-related charges, with Jolley also having a charge of providing false information. The cases have been forwarded to Muscogee County (Ga.) Superior Court.

In other reports, an Enterprise man was arrested and charged Sunday on two felony counts of unlawful distribution of illegal drugs.

Lynndale Scott Griffin, 48, of 305 Doster St., was arrested at the residence by Enterprise police officers on a warrant.

Robert Lee Wilson, 51, of Grimes St., Enterprise was also arrested Sunday by Enterprise police on charges of felony possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

In other Coffee County Jail reports:

*Demetria L. Matthews, 41, of Columbus, Ga., was transported from Pickens County Monday by deputies to Coffee County on charge of failure to appear in court on a second-degree theft of property.

* Justin James Deal, 24, of St. John St., New Brockton, was arrested Monday by Elba police and charged with two counts of second-degree possession of a forged instrument.

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