GPD officer sustains minor injuries in early morning wreck

SHEILA A. MATHEWS :::

An officer of the Griffin Police Department sustained minor injuries in an early Saturday morning wreck that left his patrol car overturned.

GPD Chief Mike Yates said Officer Jessie Piland was responding to a call for service when the wreck occurred on West Taylor Street.

Yates said Piland sustained “no injuries of significance.”

Publisher’s note – Based on information obtained from Griffin Police Department Chief Mike Yates, The GRIP originally reported the Georgia State Patrol was investigating this incident. However, Sgt. Robert Thompson, of the Georgia State Patrol-Griffin Post, later said his agency was not involved.
The GRIP will report additional information as it becomes available.

The GRIP will report additional information as it becomes available.

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