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Brunswick Man Convicted of Aggravated Assault State v. Michael Purnell

Brunswick Man Convicted of Aggravated Assault
State v. Michael Purnell

May 30, 2024

District Attorney Keith Higgins announces that on Tuesday, May 28, 2024, Michael Purnell, 59, of Brunswick, GA, was found guilty of Aggravated Battery. The Glynn County jury deliberated and returned their guilty verdict in under 30 minutes.

The evidence presented at trial showed that on June 22, 2023, the victim, William Glass, was at the Citgo Gas Station on Norwich Street Extension getting money out of the ATM inside the gas station. While the victim was getting money out of the ATM, the defendant walked into the store, came up from behind the victim, and punched the victim in the side of his face/head which caused the victim to be knocked unconscious and fall to the floor. When the victim fell, his head struck the gas station floor.

The defendant then crouched over the victim as if to say something, then started to walk away, and then came back once more towards the unconscious victim and then spit on him. This was captured by surveillance video inside the gas station. The defendant hit the victim so hard you could hear the impact on the video which the jurors were able to see and hear. The victim, unaware of what happened, eventually regained consciousness, and then drove home, which he testified at trial he did not remember. When he arrived home, his family members called 911 as he was bleeding profusely from his head. Law enforcement and EMS personnel arrived to find the victim covered in blood. There was blood all down the side of the truck where the victim had leaned to hold himself up and blood all inside the victim’s garage.

The victim suffered a broken jaw, a large laceration to his forehead and a large laceration to the back of his head. The victim was transported to the ER by ambulance and then transported to Jacksonville due to the severity of his injuries. The victim suffered a level four concussion, had two teeth knocked out, had to have a metal implant inserted in his jaw due to a piece of his jawbone being broken off, six metal screws inserted in his mouth in which his jaw was wired shut for two months, 10-14 stitches in his head for the laceration over his eye, and 7-8 staples for the laceration to the back of his head.

The defendant was positively identified at trial as the offender by two witnesses.

The case was prosecuted for the State by Assistant District Attorney Leland McElveen, who stated, “This was a cowardly premeditated attack perpetrated by the defendant who was held accountable by a jury of his peers. Upon receipt of his sentence, justice will be served.”

Sentencing in this case will has been continued until Friday, June 14, 2024, at 0930 in front of the Honorable Chief Judge Stephen G. Scarlett, Sr.

Members of the media with further questions may contact the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office at 912-554-7200.


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Brunswick Man Convicted of 2023 Aggravated Assault at Local Hotel State v. David Lee, Sr.

Brunswick Man Convicted of 2023 Aggravated Assault at Local Hotel
State v. David Lee, Sr.

May 28, 2024

District Attorney Keith Higgins announces that on May 22, 2024, David Lee, Sr., 56, of Brunswick, GA, was found guilty by a Glynn County jury of one count of Aggravated Assault. The jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict as to the second count of Aggravated Assault, so a mistrial was declared as to that count by Chief Superior Court Judge Stephen G. Scarlett, Sr. Sentencing in the case is withheld until June 18th.

The evidence presented at trial showed that on November 20, 2023, the victim was involved in a relationship with the defendant and attempted to end it as the relationship had become abusive. At the time they resided at the Oleander Hotel in Brunswick. The victim attempted to rent another room to create some distance between herself and the defendant. She asked him for her credit card to rent another room when the defendant struck her in the face with a closed fist. At that time, she was on her bike, and he continued to strike her until she fell off the bike.

The assault occurred in the parking lot of the Oleander Hotel and was captured on surveillance camera at the hotel. On the video the defendant is seen striking the victim several times in the head with a closed fist and his feet. He also grabs her head and hits it onto the pavement several times. He then bites the victim on the side of her face and finger. A neighbor comes out, grabs a broom from the bed of a truck and hits the defendant with it, to help the victim. The defendant, unphased, continued to assault the victim. The neighbor then got in between the defendant and the victim brandishing the broom and telling the defendant the police were on the way. Several people who witnessed the attack called 911 and the Brunswick Police Department responded.

According to Assistant District Attorney R. Ada Zeno, who prosecuted the case for the State, “Domestic violence is often hidden behind closed doors, making it one of the most insidious crimes. It usually thrives on silence and fear; but this verdict breaks that silence and sends a message that our community will not tolerate such behavior.”

Sentencing in this case has been withheld until June 18, 2024. David Lee Sr. faces a possible punishment of up to 20 years in prison.

Members of the media with further questions may contact the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office at 912-554-7200.


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Kingsland Man Pleads Guilty to 2023 Murder and Aggravated Assault State v. Octavin Devon Grace

Kingsland Man Pleads Guilty to 2023 Murder and Aggravated Assault
State v. Octavin Devon Grace

May 15, 2024

District Attorney Keith Higgins announces that Octavin Devon Grace, 43, of Kingsland, GA, entered a negotiated guilty plea in Camden County Superior Court on May 15, 2024, to Felony Murder and Aggravated Assault. Grace entered his plea before the commencement of the trial in his case.

The facts of the case show that on the afternoon of August 7, 2023, the defendant, Octavin Grace, pointed a handgun at the victim, Ruby English, in her second-floor apartment residence in Kingsland. English retreated to her bedroom and barricaded her bedroom door with furniture to keep the defendant out. English then called her parents in Miami, who attempted to negotiate with Grace, who had stated he was going to shoot English. English, in an attempt to get away from Grace, then jumped from her second-floor bedroom window and fell to the ground into some bushes.

Grace immediately ran downstairs from the second floor to where English had fell and shot her twice, in the chest and in her mid-section, killing her. The Kingsland Police Department responded immediately. Grace fled into the woods adjacent to the murder scene and was apprehended by police without incident. The murder was witnessed by a property landscaper and captured on apartment complex surveillance video. Grace later admitted to shooting English.

Pursuant to the negotiated plea agreement, Grace pled guilty to Felony Murder and Aggravated Assault, and was immediately sentenced to life with the possibility of parole, plus 20 years for the Aggravated Assault, to be served concurrently with his life sentence, by Superior Court Judge Robert W. Guy. In Georgia, life with the possibility of parole means he will have to serve at least thirty years in prison before he is eligible to apply for parole.

The case was prosecuted for the State by Assistant District Attorney Harold Moroz. Fifteen family members of the victim Ruby English, to include her parents, siblings, children, and grandchildren, traveled from as far away as Miami to attend the trial and were in unanimous support of the plea arrangement and of the District Attorney’s Office for the handling of the case.

Members of the media with further questions may contact the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office at 912-554-7200.


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District Attorney Keith Higgins Provides Gang Training for Law Enforcement Officers & Prosecutors

District Attorney Keith Higgins Provides Gang Training for Law Enforcement Officers & Prosecutors

May 3, 2024

To further District Attorney Keith Higgins’ goals of enhancing public safety and addressing the growing threat of gang violence in our community, the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office provided a gang training course for area law enforcement officers and prosecutors at the College of Coastal Georgia on May 1-3, 2024. The “Gang Investigation & Prosecution: Best Practices” course was taught by renowned gang instructor and subject-matter expert Jose Ramirez through a combination of classroom lecture and practical exercises to provide our police officers and prosecutors with the knowledge, tools, and techniques they need to effectively detect, investigate, and prosecute gang crimes so we can hold violent gang members fully accountable for their actions.

The District Attorney’s Office will be providing a second session of the same course on July 31 – August 2, 2024, at Coastal Pines Technical College in Jesup so as many of our police officers and prosecutors as possible can attend this valuable training.

The District Attorney’s Office paid the course fee for any law enforcement officer or prosecutor who works in the Brunswick Judicial Circuit from asset forfeiture funds that were seized from criminals and forfeited to the State of Georgia.

According to District Attorney Keith Higgins, “As we continue to see an increase in the amount of violent gang crimes in our communities, I am committed to providing our law enforcement officers and prosecutors with the training and tools they need to attack this problem.”

For more information about the District Attorney’s Office, visit our website at brunswickda.org.


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DA Higgins provided Exchange Club members with a DA Office update

DA Higgins provided Exchange Club members with a DA Office update

May 2, 2024

“Pictured are Incoming Brunswick Exchange Club President Barry Cooper, Outgoing President JP Thornton, Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney Keith Higgins, Secretary-Treasurer Randy Pifer.  DA Higgins provided Exchange Club members with a DA Office update and spoke about his office being one of only a few in the state that is fully staffed with prosecutors; prioritizing cases for prosecution to reduce backlog; providing training for law enforcement and other initiatives to help make our community a safer place to live.”

The Exchange club of Brunswick is a group of men and women working together make our community a better place to live through programs of service, youth activities and our national project, the prevention of child abuse.


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DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE WELCOMES NEW PROSECUTORIAL STAFF

DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE WELCOMES NEW PROSECUTORIAL STAFF

April 29, 2024

District Attorney Keith Higgins announces the following new hires to the prosecutorial staff of the District Attorney’s Office for the Brunswick Judicial Circuit (BJC).

DA Higgins welcomes Whitney J. Fetzer Gregory to the BJC to assume the duties as Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney responsible for the Glynn County office. Deputy Chief Gregory comes to the BJC from the Eastern Judicial Circuit in Savannah where she also served as a Deputy Chief ADA over the Special Victims Unit. In that capacity, her caseload included adult rapes and sexual assaults, complex domestic violence cases, complex murders, child murders and domestic- and sex-related murders. Previously, Deputy Chief Gregory worked for the Commonwealth Attorney and for the 19th Judicial Circuit Court in Fairfax County, VA and for the federal government as an auditor/certified fraud examiner. One of Deputy Chief Gregory’s many notable prosecutions include a First-Degree Murder (x2) case in VA where the defendant used a .22 caliber rifle to shoot and kill, in cold blood, her mother and sister in their own home, and then staged it to look like a murder-suicide. The motivation was greed, and the defendant was found guilty following a four-week trial and sentenced to two life sentences plus eight years. Deputy Chief Gregory received her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from the George Mason University – Antonin Scalia Law School, Arlington, VA; her Bachelor of Science, cum laude, in Accounting with a Minor in Economics, from George Mason University, Fairfax, VA; and attended the University of Oxford, Oxford, England, UK, in the Oxford Honours Programme for Undergraduate Studies, Economics.

DA Higgins welcomes Assistant District Attorney (ADA) Melanie Fenley to the staff of the Glynn County office of the BJC. ADA Fenley received her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School and her Bachelor of Science in Finance from Indiana University (Southeast). ADA Fenley previously prosecuted all types of felony crimes in the Eastern Judicial Circuit in Savannah prior to coming to the BJC, and prior to that she worked in private practice litigating workers compensation claims.

DA Higgins welcomes Assistant District Attorney Sean P. O’Brien to the staff of the Camden County office of the BJC. ADA O’Brien received his Juris Doctorate from the George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, VA, and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Government, with a Minor in Economics, from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. ADA O’Brien previously worked as a Major Crimes Prosecutor in the Eastern Judicial Circuit in Savannah. As such, he prosecuted violent crimes which included murder, armed robbery, aggravated assault, home invasion and other violent felonies. ADA O’Brien also worked for the Commonwealth Attorney in Fairfax, VA, in private practice as a defense counsel, and in his own firm.

DA Higgins welcomes Assistant District Attorney Mark J. Blount to the staff of the Appling County/Jeff Davis County Office of the BJC. ADA Blount received his Juris Doctorate from the Duke University School of Law, Durham, NC, and he also attended the University of Michigan Law School. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History from Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH. ADA Blount is barred in Georgia, Missouri and Tennessee and is a founding partner in his own law firm.

Members of the media with further questions may contact the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office at 912-554-7200.


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SENIOR STAFF RETIREMENTS IN THE BRUNSWICK JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

SENIOR STAFF RETIREMENTS
IN THE BRUNSWICK JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

April 29, 2024

District Attorney Keith Higgins announces the retirement of the following senior staff members of the Appling-Jeff Davis Office of the District Attorney’s Office for the Brunswick Judicial Circuit.

Assistant District Attorney (ADA) Jan Kennedy retired after serving over 27 years as a prosecutor in the Brunswick Judicial Circuit. ADA Kennedy served as the Managing Attorney in the Appling-Jeff Davis Office for many years and was named Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney under DA Higgins in February 2021 until April 2023. ADA Kennedy was initially hired as an Assistant District Attorney in February of 1997, under then District Attorney, now Honorable Judge Stephen D. Kelley. ADA Kennedy received her Juris Doctorate from the University of South Carolina in 1990, a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Georgia Southern College in 1985, and she was a cum laude graduate of the University of Georgia in 1978, receiving her Bachelor’s of Arts in Political Science in 1978.

Legal Assistant (LA) Glenda Sue Spell retired after serving almost 26 years with the District Attorney’s Office. LA Spell started her career as a secretary in 1998 under (then) District Attorney Stephen D. Kelley. Over the years, the position and title changed, and encompassed the duties and responsibilities of a legal assistant. In that capacity, LA Spell became an integral part of the Appling-Jeff Davis Office.

A retirement ceremony was hosted by DA Higgins and the Appling-Jeff Davis Office for ADA Kennedy and LA Spell on February 22, 2024, at the Commissioner’s Meeting Room in the Appling Courthouse Annex. Both were presented with plaques commemorating their service from DA Higgins, who also thanked them for their service, professionalism and dedication to the Office of the District Attorney and the people of Appling and Jeff Davis Counties.

Members of the media with further questions may contact the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office at 912-554-7200.


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Brunswick Man Convicted of Kidnapping, Aggravated Assault and Other Crimes State v. Erving Lamar Jackson

Brunswick Man Convicted of Kidnapping, Aggravated Assault and Other Crimes
State v. Erving Lamar Jackson

April 23, 2024

District Attorney Keith Higgins announces that on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, Erving Lamar Jackson, 31, of Brunswick, GA, was found guilty by a Glynn County jury of Kidnapping with Bodily Injury, Aggravated Assault Family Violence, Battery Family Violence, Possession of a Firearm During Commission of a Felony, Theft by Receiving Stolen Property, and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon. Jackson was found not guilty of Aggravated Assault Family Violence (Strangulation). The jury deliberated for under one hour before reaching its verdict.

The evidence presented at trial showed that Jackson and the victim, LaQuambia Cliette, had previously been in a romantic relationship. On November 9, 2021, the victim received a call at work from Jackson, asking her to meet him and bring him food. Jackson told the victim that he was leaving town to move to North Carolina. The victim got off work and brought him food. Jackson asked the victim to take him a few places afterwards, which she did. During the evening, Jackson became paranoid. As the victim and Jackson were in the victim’s vehicle parked outside of their old address, Jackson pulled a gun on the victim and threatened to kill her.

Jackson forced the victim to drive several places over the course of several hours. At one point, in the early morning hours of November 10, 2021, near Tara Lane and Altama Avenue in Brunswick, Jackson jerked the steering wheel causing the vehicle to crash. Jackson got on top of the victim and started punching her in the face. Jackson then got out of the vehicle, fired a gunshot at a random vehicle, and proceeded to forcefully pull the victim out of the vehicle, and drag her approximately 50 yards by her shirt up into the yard of a residence on Woodland Way. Jackson then started beating on the door of that residence, which was captured on the residence’s doorbell camera. The camera showed Jackson acting erratic and waving and pointing the firearm he held the victim hostage with throughout the night.

Jackson left the front porch of the residence and threw the firearm in the bushes near the scene of the initial crash, which was later recovered by law enforcement. The victim ran for help after Jackson left the front door, but the resident, not knowing what was going on, held the victim at gunpoint until law enforcement arrived.

Corporal Martin Davis, formerly of the Brunswick Police Department, testified he found the victim lying in the yard of the residence, beaten, her face bloody, and her shirt ripped off. Jackson was arrested at the scene. The victim testified at trial to what occurred and to what she endured at the hands of the defendant.

The case was prosecuted for the State by Assistant District Attorney Leland McElveen, who stated, “Domestic violence is so prevalent in society today. Ms. Cliette showed courage by speaking out at trial against her abuser. The jury returned a verdict that spoke the truth and held a previously three-time convicted felon accountable for his heinous actions and their verdict assured that he will no longer be able to hurt anyone else.”

On April 23, 2024, Jackson was sentenced before Glynn County Superior Court Judge Roger B. Lane to a total sentence of Life without Parole plus 45 years under the Georgia Recidivist Act to run consecutive.

Members of the media with further questions may contact the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office at 912-554-7200.


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Brunswick Man Convicted of Obstruction of an Officer and Other Crimes State v. Sedrick Deshawn Pearman

Brunswick Man Convicted of Obstruction of an Officer and Other Crimes
State v. Sedrick Deshawn Pearman

April 24, 2024

District Attorney Keith Higgins announces that on Monday, April 15, 2024, Sedrick Deshawn Pearman, 35, of Brunswick, GA, was found guilty by a Glynn County jury of Giving False Information to a Law Enforcement Officer, Obstruction of an Officer, and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.

The evidence presented at trial showed that on April 3, 2021, Glynn County Police Department (GCPD) Officer Troy Bergiadis, was patrolling the area of GA 27 and Warren Mason Blvd when he observed a vehicle with suspicious driving behavior. The vehicle eventually pulled into the parking lot of I-95 Liquors. Based on his observations, Officer Bergiadis decided to investigate and have a consensual encounter with the occupants. Officer Bergiadis walked up to the vehicle on the passenger side and knocked on the window. The vehicle was occupied by four individuals. Defendant Pearman was the backseat passenger behind the driver. The driver rolled down the passenger side window, and Officer Bergiadis immediately smelled the strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. GCPD K9 Officer William Duggan arrived on scene to provide backup.

At the time, the officers were just investigating the possible drug activity of which they were now aware due to the odor of marijuana. All occupants stated that there was nothing in the vehicle. Officer Duggan attempted multiple times to get Pearman to provide his full name. Pearman was the only occupant who did not voluntarily provide identification, such as a Georgia driver’s license or ID card.

On body camera footage shown at trial, Officer Duggan asked Pearman a total of 8 times to give him his name, and Pearman finally stated his last name was “James.” Officer Bergiadis had gotten the driver out of the vehicle and secured him with another GCPD officer and had returned to get Pearman out of the vehicle so that the vehicle could be lawfully searched. As Officer Bergiadis opened the rear passenger door, he observed an AK-47 style weapon at the left rear passenger’s (Pearman’s) feet, and yelled, “Gun!” At this point, the other backseat passenger fled on foot and threw a handgun on the ground along his flight path. Due to officer safety, Pearman was taken out of the vehicle, but he began resisting arrest. While on the ground, Pearman continued to resist; he managed to got out of his sweatshirt, which Officer Duggan had a hold of. He then fled on foot and was able to get away from the area. Officer Duggan ran a criminal history on Pearman and discovered he was a convicted felon. Officer Duggan secured three criminal warrants against Pearman, and he was arrested on those warrants in June of 2023.

In the meantime, a search of the suspect vehicle yielded marijuana and several illegal pills found in the center console and in the backseat. A handgun was found underneath the front passenger seat, along with the Century Arms AK-47 7.62 caliber assault pistol with a fully loaded 75-round drum style magazine found at Pearman’s feet. The original magazine was in the seat pocket in front of Pearman with another 26 rounds in it. The officers also searched the path that Pearman fled and discovered a baggie of crack cocaine (he was not charged with an offense related to that).

On April 23, 2024, Pearman was sentenced before Judge Roger B. Lane, in Glynn County Super Court, where he also had his probation revoked. Judge Lane sentenced Pearman to a total of 26 years: 12-years (total for the three charges) in the Georgia Department of Corrections under the Georgia Recidivist Act, to serve consecutive to the 14-year sentence he received for his probation violation.

The case was prosecuted for the State by Assistant District Attorney Leland McElveen, who stated, “Gun Control, no matter which side you are on, is a topic that affects us every day. This jury verdict was gun control in action. Their verdict held a previously five-time convicted felon accountable for possessing a weapon he was not allowed to have and in turn, their verdict was an example of effective gun control.”

McElveen continued, “On behalf of the District Attorney’s Office, I want to thank (now) Detective Bergiadis and Officer William Duggan for their professionalism and excellent work in getting guns and drugs off our streets, which was a result of great proactive policing. Glynn County should be proud to have these law enforcement professionals working in their community.”

Members of the media with further questions may contact the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office at 912-554-7200.


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Brunswick Man Convicted of 2022 Child Molestation State v. Terell Eugene Bacon

Brunswick Man Convicted of 2022 Child Molestation
State v. Terell Eugene Bacon

April 22, 2024

District Attorney Keith Higgins announces that on Friday, April 19, 2024, Terell Eugene Bacon, 33, of Brunswick, GA, was found guilty by a Glynn County jury of three counts of Child Molestation against a 13-year-old girl. The jury deliberated for one hour before reaching its verdict.

The evidence presented at trial showed that on September 5, 2022, Bacon—who was 31 years old at the time, a married father, and who lived in the same neighborhood as the 13-year-old victim—approached the victim while she was walking her dog in the neighborhood during the evening hours. Bacon took advantage of the fact that the girl had her phone flashlight on, deceitfully using that as a means of asking her to come over to his residence to help him look for something. Bacon seized the opportunity he created to then begin conversing with the 13-year-old victim, grooming her by complimenting her body, and then began to fondle her. Bacon and the victim exchanged phone numbers. Later that evening, the two conversed through text message; Bacon convinced the girl to sneak out of her house after she had “gone to bed,” so her parents wouldn’t know. Bacon met her nearby and picked her up in his vehicle. He drove her to a nearby gas station and then to a nearby county park where he had sexual intercourse with the girl.

The defendant continued to pursue the victim, which was evidenced through text messages and calls throughout the month of September. Bacon convinced the girl on at least two other occasions to meet up and engage in further sexual intercourse.

The victim eventually told her mother and father, and her father notified the police. Glynn County Police Department (GCPD) Detective Anthony Clark was the lead detective assigned to the case, and he set up a forensic interview with the Safe Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center in Brunswick. During the interview, the 13-year-old victim met with forensic interviewer Deja (Moye) Lott and disclosed specific details of what occurred during the sexual abuse.

As part of his investigation, Detective Clark went to the nearby gas station and was able to gather video footage of Bacon and his vehicle on the date and near the time, corroborating what the victim told police.

Detective Clark subsequently took out warrants for Bacon’s arrest. During his post-arrest interview, Bacon downplayed his relationship with the 13-year-old child but made statements such as, “that little girl” and “you know when a girl wants you man.” He first stated the victim never got in his vehicle and then later changed his story. Bacon continued to lie throughout the interview, which was further evidenced by his story changing when confronted with his photo at the gas station. A search of Bacon’s cell phone also showed that he had the victim’s phone number listed in his phone but had changed the contact’s name to a male’s name and deleted the contact and text messages, demonstrating a consciousness of guilt.

Immediately following the jury verdict of guilty on all three counts of Child Molestation, Bacon was sentenced before Glynn County Superior Court Judge Roger B. Lane to a total of 60 years with the first 59 years to be served in the Georgia Department of Corrections. This is the maximum sentence allowable by law.

The case was prosecuted for the State by Assistant District Attorney Leland McElveen, who stated, “In today’s society, we tell children to speak out, to come forward, that they will be believed. Today, the jury’s verdict spoke the truth and held Terell Bacon, a 31-year-old predator who preyed on a 13-year-old child, accountable for his actions. I would specifically like to thank GCPD Detective Anthony Clark for his professionalism and excellent investigative work and Deja (Moye) Lott of the Safe Harbor Children’s Center for her passion for victims and her amazing testimony at trial illustrating the child victim’s trauma and disclosure.”

Members of the media with further questions may contact the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office at 912-554-7200.


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