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Coffee Co. officials search for sex offenders

Brandon Lee Holton, Gregory Wayne Lott, and Paul Davy Taft (Source: Coffee County Sheriff's Office) Brandon Lee Holton, Gregory Wayne Lott, and Paul Davy Taft (Source: Coffee County Sheriff's Office)
COFFEE CO., GA (WALB) -

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Office is working to locate three sex offenders. Brandon Lee Holton, Gregory Wayne Lott, and Paul Davy Taft are sex offenders who moved from their registered addresses and have not notified the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office of any changes.

The Official Code of Georgia, Annotated 42-1-12 requires sex offenders to register any changes to their address 72 hours prior to moving. 

Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to contact the Coffee County Sheriff’s Office at 912-384-4227.

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Office sex offender registry is updated throughout the day, and contains the most current information available from the Sheriff’s Office on all sex offenders in the county. 

You may access the website by clicking here.

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