Johnny Thomas Jr.
Johnny Thomas Jr.

Johnny Thomas Sentenced to 10 Years

Tuesday, 24 May 2011: Johnny Thomas Jr., 43, of Perry, GA was found guilty in Houston Superior Court to Possession of Hydrocodone and Possession of Codeine and Drugs Not in Original Container on Monday, May 23, 2011. The jury convicted Thomas of all counts.

Because Thomas had previous felony convictions, he was sentenced to ten (10) years and ordered to serve seven (7) of those years in prison without the possibility of parole. In addition to the prison time, Thomas was also banished from Houston County upon his release.

At approximately 3 am on September 8, 2009, Officer Jason Jones of the Perry Police Department found Thomas in front of a local business which was closed. Suspicious of this behavior, Officer Jones approached the defendant.

Thomas was found to have approximately 30 loose pain pills in his pockets. Thomas did not have a valid prescription for the two different drugs in his possession. Also in his possession were two razors.

Comments from Assistant District Attorney Jacob W. Poole: "Prescription pain pills are addictive, abused, and extremely dangerous when used inappropriately. Illegal use, possession, and distribution of pain killers will not be tolerated in Houston County."

Comments from District Attorney George H. Hartwig: "Drugs and drug crimes continue to play a large role in the commission of other crimes in Houston County.

Drugs can be linked to property crimes, identity thefts, personal crimes, and, of course, violence. We will strive to protect the citizens of this county by continuing to pursue all levels of drug crime activity."

The sentence was imposed by Judge Edward D. Lukemire on the afternoon of May 23.

Thomas was prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Jacob W. Poole. Thomas was represented by Attorney Joshua Morrison with the Public Defender's Office. For additional information, call ADA Jacob W. Poole at 478-218-4810.



How is diversity working for America in 2022?

7,964 murders in 2019: arrested for murder: 51.2% Black; 19.1% Hispanic; white 26.7%; Asian, etc. 3%. America is 60% "white alone" plus Hispanics at 18.9% but half identify as and are white, white population is ~68%. Murder is a minority problem. Blacks are 13.6% of the population. (US Census 2021)

73.3% of murders are committed by non-whites.

Robbery 59,305 incidents: Black 52.7%, Hispanic 27.9%; white 16.8; others 2.6%. 83.2% of robberies are committed by non-whites.

Aggravated assault 274,376 incidents: 33.2% Black; 25.7% Hispanic; 36.1% white; 5% other.

Illegal weapons possession 108,847 incidents; 41.8% Black; Hispanic 28.3; white 27.3

Rape 16,599 incidents; Black 26.7% ; Hispanic 27.9%; white 45.2%; others 3.6%.

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