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Clayton County Sheriff's Office, GA
Sunday November 5th, 2023 :: 10:35 a.m. EST


Law Enforcement Teamwork captures Murder Suspect! SHERIFF LEVON ALLEN warns domestic violence will not be tolerated

On November 4, 2023, the Clayton County Police Department was dispatched to the area of Brookwood Circle regarding a person shot.

Upon arrival, they found a female victim deceased from gunshot wounds.

The outstanding CCPD Detectives were able to identify and obtain  warrants for the suspect:

Kenneth Titus Washington

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Possession of Firearm by Convicted Felon
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Theft by Taking
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Possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime
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The outstanding Detectives of the Clayton County Police Department turned over the case to the Clayton County Sheriff's Office for apprehension, and the hunt was on.

SHERIFF LEVON ALLEN immediately activated his Elite Fugitive Squad to capture and bring Kenneth Titus Washington to Justice.

Both CCPD Detectives and CCSO Fugitive Investigators immediately started a track for Washington, cutting off all avenues of support in the State of Georgia.

Knowingly being wanted by the State of Georgia and fleeing, Kenneth Titus Washington became a Fugitive from Justice.

Contact was made with surrounding states, notifying them that an armed and dangerous murder suspect was entering their jurisdiction.

Approximately 16 hours from the time of the murder, Kenneth Titus Washington was taken into custody by the Southfield Police Department (Michigan).

Soon, the Elite Fugitive Squad will bring Washington back to the State of Georgia to answer his charges in Clayton.

SHERIFF LEVON ALLEN wants to send a clear message to all criminals committing crimes, especially domestic violence. Law enforcement leaders are working together and communicating daily in Clayton County. No matter where you hide or how far you go, your time will run out and you will be found. 

Citizens of Clayton County, domestic violence is real, and staying in such situations only ends with someone in jail, someone dead, or both.

If you are in a domestic violence relationship and want to leave, please call 770-477-4479. A member of my Elite Stalking Unit will be sent to help you leave. You are not alone; we are here to help.

Special thanks to Chief Kevin Roberts and the outstanding men and women of the Clayton County Police Department, and Chief Elvin V. Barren and the men and women of the Southfield Police Department (Michigan). Working together, we were able to achieve a quick outcome and bring the suspect to justice within 24 hours.

Jamal Webb
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Clayton County Sheriff's Office, GA
9157 Tara Blvd
Jonesboro, GA 30236

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