Clay County Sheriff's Office
Clay County Sheriff's Office
The Clay County Sheriff’s Office would like to congratulate Chatuge Village for becoming an organized Neighborhood Watch community. Resident’s in this community gathered for several meetings to determine their approach to looking after one another. Present for the photo include (not in order): Helga Reaves, Barbara Sorbara; Bill & Lorraine McGrew; George Schultz; Ed & Evelyn Moses; Rudy Rudasill; Sandy Clemons; Kim & Jim Tiger; Dave Lennertz; Pat & Tom Wilson; Robert Epperson; Tony Tipton, 911 Addressing Coordinator; Deputy Stacey Posey; Sheriff Vic Davis
Stolen Firearms seized, Drug Arrests made
Sheriff Vic Davis said that his officers have arrested three Clay Co. residents from an investigation of stolen firearms. Arrested was Harvey Ellis May, Jr. 30 years old with a Brasstown address. Also arrested was Robert Dwight Pemberton, 38 years old from Hayesville and Angelique Elaine Baldwin, 43 years old from Hayesville.
The sheriff said that his office received a complaint on September the 9th of two stolen firearms from a resident in the Brasstown area of Clay Co. An investigator was sent to the scene. It was determined that two pistols were stolen which was a High Point CF/380 and a High Point 9mm.
The sheriff said that Harvey Ellis May was developed as a suspect. Investigators were able to locate both stolen pistols at a residence on Jarrett Rd.
While interviewing witnesses at the Jarrett Rd. address, it became clear that Angelique Baldwin had given misleading information to officers, and tipped others off who had information about the stolen weapons. Baldwin was charged with Resist, Obstruct and delay and upon searching the residence, investigators found Marijuana in Baldwin’s bedroom. The bedroom was also shared by Baldwin’s boyfriend, Robert Pemberton. Pemberton also had Marijuana on his person and was charged with Possession of Schedule VI and Possession of drug Paraphanilia.
Harvey Ellis May was arrested and charged with Larceny of a Firearm which is a felony, according to Davis. The drug charges were misdemeanor charges because of the amount seized, according to the sheriff.
May had a bond set of $10,000 secure and a court date of 09/18/2014. Baldwin and Pemberton were set bonds of $1000 secured with court dates of November the 20th of 2014.
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