Chief deputy of Worth County Sheriff’s Office faces 3 charges

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The Worth County chief deputy faces three charges after an alleged domestic incident, according to a news release from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

Worth County Chief Deputy Raymond Drennen, 60, was charged Monday with one count of violation of oath by public officer, one count of terroristic threats and acts, and one count of cruelty to children in the third degree, according to the GBI’s news release.

Worth County Sheriff Don Whittaker asked the GBI to investigate the alleged domestic incident at Drennen’s home, according to the release.

Drennen was brought to the Worth County Jail, the GBI said.

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Anyone with information should contact the GBI Regional Investigative Office in Sylvester at 229-777-2080.

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