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Oglethorpe County Jail Overview

Oglethorpe County is a county in the U.S. state of Georgia that was founded in 1793. Oglethorpe County was named to honor General James Edward Oglethorpe, who was the founder of the Colony of Georgia. The county seat is Lexington. The county has a land area of 441 sq miles. The zip codes of Oglethorpe County are 30619, 30667, 30671, 30630, 30648, and 30660.

The Sheriff and main lawman of Long County is currently Sheriff David Gabriel. He can be called at (706)743-8101.
Sheriff’s Department in Lexington, Georgia
Address:

115 Buddy Faust Road
Crawford, Georgia 30630
Phone: (706)743-8101

Inmate Search in Oglethorpe County Jail

The Oglethorpe County Jail does not have an inmate search feature on its website. To search or inquire about an inmate, visit or call the jail directly.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup

A person convicted of sex-related crimes such as rape, prostitution, sexual assault, child pornography, sex trafficking, and sexual abuse is a sex offender. Sex offenders are required to get registered with the state or county’s sex offender register. Those who don’t register with the state may be charged with a felony.

Bail and Bondsman

If you have been arrested in Georgia on a state felony or misdemeanor charge and have a bond set, there are four ways to post bond for your release such as signature bond, cash bond, property bond, and bonding agency. Posting bond allows the defendant to leave jail while ensuring to show up to answer all charges at future court dates. If the defendant who posted bond does not show up, a warrant will be issued for their arrest.

In Georgia, the percentage a bonding agency can charge is higher than the national average of 10%. In Georgia, 12% to 15% is commonplace when it comes to the non-refundable fee amount a bonding agency will ask for their services. There are other agencies that provide lending services if the defendant does not have the money required for the bonding agency fee. Collateral such as property or vehicle is commonly used.

Applicable Statutes

A. Code of Georgia Title 17
Criminal Procedure Chapter 6
Bonds and Recognizance Article 2
Sureties Part 2
Professional Bondsmen

B. Code of Georgia Title 17
Criminal Procedure Chapter 6
Bonds and Recognizance Article 2
Sureties Part 1
General Provisions

C. Code of Georgia Title 17
Criminal Procedure Chapter 6
Bonds and Recognizance Article 3
Proceedings for Forfeiture of Bonds or Recognizances

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