MUSCOGEE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA

Current Listing of Muscogee County's Wanted Suspects/Fugitives:

If you have any information concerning any of these individuals, contact the Muscogee
County Sheriff's Office at (706) 653-4225 or email us at muscosheriff@columbusga.org.

        Mailing Address:
        P.O. Box 1338
        Columbus, GA 31902-1338
      Street Address:
      100 10th Street
      4th Floor/Government Center
      Columbus, GA 31902
TIP LINE NUMBER IS (706) 225-4235

MOST WANTED FUGITIVES/SUSPECTS



Sex Offender
Name: DARRELL COCHRAN
D.O.B: 05/28/1967
Last Know Address: Unknown
Original Offense: Failure To Register Sex Offender
Comments: Orig. Charge - Aggravated Assault With Intent to Rape - Additional warrant for Violation Probation



Sex Offender
Name: ERIC KIMBROUGH
D.O.B: 01/12/1974
Last Know Address: 0 St.Marys Rd
Original Offense: Failure To Register Sex Offender & Felony Probation Violation
Comments:
CAPTURED!



Sex Offender
Name: MICHAEL RAWLS
D.O.B: 09/10/1979
Last Know Address: 0 15Th Ave
Original Offense: Child Molestation
Comments:


All of the above Sex Offenders are wanted for:
Failure to Register As A State Sex Offender (16-1-12.H)

GEORGIA'S MOST WANTED/FUGITIVES

For information concerning Georgia's Most Wanted/Fugitives, contact the
Georgia Bureau of Investigation or visit their website at www.ganet.org/gbi.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is an independent, state-wide agency that provides assistance to the state’s criminal justice system in the areas of criminal investigations, forensic laboratory services and computerized criminal justice information. The Bureau consists of three divisions, the Investigative Division, the Division of Forensic Sciences and the Georgia Crime Information Center.



The FBI is offering rewards for information leading to the apprehension of Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.

http://www.fbi.gov/wanted

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