RABUN COUNTY, Ga. - An employee of Rabun County’s 911 Center was arrested for driving under the influence after he crashed his truck, with his young son inside, in Stephens County.
According to an incident report, Gregg Dover faces charges of driving under the influence, endangering a child under the age of 14 and failure to maintain lane. He is being held at the Stephens County Jail.
A 911 Center spokesperson confirmed that Dover works as a CAD Technician there.
Deputies responded to a crash on Georgia 45 Saturday afternoon, the report said. Dover’s truck had reportedly ran off the roadway, crossed the center line and crashed into the wood line off the left shoulder.
Upon arrival, deputies spoke with Dover, who, they said, appeared impaired and confused about his age and the age of his son. Deputies said Dover had a Fentanyl patch on his right arm and was “sweating,” “trembling” and “nervously moving up and down.”
After a search of the vehicle, deputies recovered a 380 semi-automatic gun and a Tramadol pill bottle prescribed to Dover inside. Another empty bottle was taken from the car, according to the report.
The incident is under internal review at the Rabun County 911 Center. No word on whether any disciplinary action will be taken against Dover.