Details for NOTICE OF SEIZURE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
NOTICE OF SEIZURE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 9-16-1 et. seq., any party claiming an interest in the following property is hereby notified that the following property was seized by the undersigned agency in Butts County, Georgia: SIX GOLD COLOR CHAINS; ONE GOLD COLOR BRACELET; FIVE GOLD COLOR MEDALLIONS; ONE BLACK BELT DOLCE GABBANA; ONE WHITE BLUE BELT LOUIS VUITTON; ONE PAIR BLACK SHOES LOUIS VUITTON, ONE PAIR WHITE SHOES ALEXANDER MCQUEEN; ONE PAIR BROWN SHOES LOUIS VUITTON; GRAY LOUIS VUITTON SHIRT; ONE LOUIS VUITTON/BELT BLACK DOLCE GABBANA; ONE BLACK SHOES LOUIS VUITTON; ONE RED SHOES BALENCIAGA; ONE BLACK GUCCI HAT; ONE NIKE AIR FORCE I SHOES; ONE BLACK LOUIS JUNIOR SPIKE SHOES; ONE BROWN BELT LOUIS VUITTON; ONE WHITE GOLD SHOES ALEXANDER MCQUEEN; ONE BROWN GUCCI SOCKS; ONE HANES T-SHIRTS PACK; ONE INMIGA SHORTS; ONE INMIGA SHIRTONE LIFTED ANCHORS SHIRT; TWO PAIR SERENEDE JEANS; ONE AMIR JEANS; ONE NIKE SWEAT PANTS; MOSCHINO SHIRT, ONE GUNS ROSES T-SHIRT; LACOSTE SHIRT PRO PLAYER SHORTS; WHITE SERENEDE PANTS; PACK OF BLACK SOCKS, NINE HUNDRED EIGHTY FIVE DOLLARS IN U.S.CURRENCY; EIGHT THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY DOLLARS IN U.S. CURRENCY; SIXTEEN THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED TWENTY DOLLARS IN U.S. CURRENCY. Conduct giving such rise to said seizure was as follows: on the 7th day of September, 2020, GSP stopped a Rolls Royce for speeding on 1-75. Haggins was the driver and Brooks was the passenger. The VINs on the vehicle did not match and it was determined it was stolen. $16,520.00 was found in the console. The currency was stacked and rubber-banded consistent with use in drug sales. A black backpack with gold chains and charms was located in the vehicle. Haggins said that the $7000.00 in his pocket and clothes in the trunk were his. Haggins was recently released from prison where he was being held on drug charges and said he did not have a job. Brooks said the only things belong to him was a phone charger and about $900.00. Brooks said he did not have a job. Both denied owning a large amount of expensive merchandise and jewelry found in the yehicle (in the passenger compartment and trunk). Haggins and Brooks both have extensive criminal histories. Haggins and Brooks signed a disclaimer saying the property was not theirs and that they did not know who it belonged to. A blind three bag test was conducted on the currency. The drug dog alerted on the bag containing the currency indicating the currency was in close proximity to illegal drugs. Claimants who may have an interest in said property are CHANCES DERRELL BROOKS AND GARRY HAGGINS. Said property was used in violation of 0.C.G.A. § 9-16-1 et. seq., and 16-13-49 et. seq. in that the item(s) was/were used to facilitate the possession, sale, and distribution of controlled substances and/or marijuana and/or are proceeds derived or realized therefrom and that said item was used directly or indirectly used or intended for use in any manner to facilitate a violation of O.C.G.A. Title 16, or of the laws of the United States or of any State relating to marijuana/controlled substance which is punishable by imprisonment of more than one year, and or said property was found in close proximity to controlled substances and/or marijuana. You are further notified that you may file a claim within thirty days of the second publication of this notice of seizure by sending a claim to the seizing law enforcement agency and to the District Attorney by certified mail, return receipt requested. James Moss, Assistant District Attorney Towaliga Judicial Circuit State Bar No. 526574 918-15910, 10/7,14,2020
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