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LCSO names most elusive suspects
by Matt Aiken
Nov 20, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
LSCO's most sought after suspects include, from left, Kavarus L. Brown, Christopher Nolan Carter, Michael Grigsby and Chancey Ravan.
LSCO's most sought after suspects include, from left, Kavarus L. Brown, Christopher Nolan Carter, Michael Grigsby and Chancey Ravan.
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The warrants are awaiting, but several local suspects have proved quite adept at avoiding them recently, said Investigator Wesley Burnett.

As a result, the Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office has released a short list of some of the most elusive alleged offenders in the area.

“It doesn’t necessarily mean they’re dangerous,” Burnett added. “But these are criminal warrants that need to get served.”

Christopher Nolan Carter, 34, was arrested in 2004 for three counts of forgery in the first degree, three counts and six counts of transaction card fraud.

He is now wanted on similar charges in Catoosa County.

“He has actually committed new crimes there,” said Burnett. “And there may be several locations he’s wanted out of.”

Michael Grigsby, 36, was arrested and charged with three counts of illegal possession of a controlled substance and battery in 2006.

After serving his time in prison he was ordered to check in with his probation officer.

“He actually never showed,” said Burnett.

Officers are now looking to serve Grigsby with a warrant for probation violation.

“His last known location was in Cumming, Georgia,” said Burnett.

n During a March traffic stop, Kavarus L. Brown, 31, reportedly gave a slew of false information to officers.

“He also gave the name of Dwayne Glasper,” said Burnett.

A citation was written to that name. Then, upon further investigation, many additional charges were added.

Brown is now wanted for possession of cocaine, three counts of forgery in the first degree. two counts of false statements and writings, giving false name and date of birth to law enforcement, driving while license suspended and obstruction of law enforcement.

“He made contact with officers back in March and they’ve been trying to look for him since then,” said Burnett.

Brown’s last known residence is in the Gainesville area.

Chancey Ravan, 35, is wanted for the same charge of probation violation.

It was in August of 2003 when he was initially arrested for possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and attempting to elude a police officer.

Once he served his time in prison, he reportedly failed to consistently check in with his probation officer.

“His last contact with the officer was probably just prior to November of 2011,” said Burnett.

A warrant for his arrest was issued in March of this year.

Burnett encouraged any one with information regarding these suspects to call the LCSO at 706-864-0414.

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LCSO names most elusive suspects
by Matt Aiken
Nov 20, 2012 | 2340 views | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
LSCO's most sought after suspects include, from left, Kavarus L. Brown, Christopher Nolan Carter, Michael Grigsby and Chancey Ravan.
LSCO's most sought after suspects include, from left, Kavarus L. Brown, Christopher Nolan Carter, Michael Grigsby and Chancey Ravan.
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The warrants are awaiting, but several local suspects have proved quite adept at avoiding them recently, said Investigator Wesley Burnett.

As a result, the Lumpkin County Sheriff’s Office has released a short list of some of the most elusive alleged offenders in the area.

“It doesn’t necessarily mean they’re dangerous,” Burnett added. “But these are criminal warrants that need to get served.”

Christopher Nolan Carter, 34, was arrested in 2004 for three counts of forgery in the first degree, three counts and six counts of transaction card fraud.

He is now wanted on similar charges in Catoosa County.

“He has actually committed new crimes there,” said Burnett. “And there may be several locations he’s wanted out of.”

Michael Grigsby, 36, was arrested and charged with three counts of illegal possession of a controlled substance and battery in 2006.

After serving his time in prison he was ordered to check in with his probation officer.

“He actually never showed,” said Burnett.

Officers are now looking to serve Grigsby with a warrant for probation violation.

“His last known location was in Cumming, Georgia,” said Burnett.

n During a March traffic stop, Kavarus L. Brown, 31, reportedly gave a slew of false information to officers.

“He also gave the name of Dwayne Glasper,” said Burnett.

A citation was written to that name. Then, upon further investigation, many additional charges were added.

Brown is now wanted for possession of cocaine, three counts of forgery in the first degree. two counts of false statements and writings, giving false name and date of birth to law enforcement, driving while license suspended and obstruction of law enforcement.

“He made contact with officers back in March and they’ve been trying to look for him since then,” said Burnett.

Brown’s last known residence is in the Gainesville area.

Chancey Ravan, 35, is wanted for the same charge of probation violation.

It was in August of 2003 when he was initially arrested for possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and attempting to elude a police officer.

Once he served his time in prison, he reportedly failed to consistently check in with his probation officer.

“His last contact with the officer was probably just prior to November of 2011,” said Burnett.

A warrant for his arrest was issued in March of this year.

Burnett encouraged any one with information regarding these suspects to call the LCSO at 706-864-0414.

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