Arrests made in Crisp County Entering Auto Cases

CORDELE, Ga. — On February 10, 2021, Crisp County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Malcolm Mobley. On February 12, 2021, Crisp  County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Lorena Nelson. Both individuals are connected to entering auto cases on Old  Coney Road, HWY 41 S, and burglary on Cardinal Ave. Below are those arrested and their charges: 

Malcolm Jamal Mobley, age 21 

Parole Violation 

Financial Transaction Card Fraud (3 counts) 

Entering Auto 

Entering Auto 

Burglary in 2nd Degree 

Burglary in 2nd Degree 


Additional charges pending further investigation. 

Lorena Nelson, age 45 

Theft by Receiving Stolen Property (2 counts) 

On February 4, 2021, Crisp County Sheriff’s Office received reports of a burglary on Cardinal Ave. Then on  February 8, 2021, Crisp County Sheriff’s Office received reports of two entering auto incidents, one on Old  Coney Road and another on HWY 41 South. Crisp County Sheriff’s Office investigators were able to determine  the subjects involved and recover some of the stolen property. Crisp County Sheriff’s Office is working with  Cordele Police Department to determine if there is any relation to the entering autos reported in the city limits.  

Investigators have identified some of the recovered property owners; however, there are additional items that  they are unable to determine the owner. Please browse the photos included with this release to determine if any  of the property is yours. Please call Crisp County Sheriff’s Office Investigation Division at 229-276-2600 to  claim your property. The investigation also reveals that some of the stolen items were sold locally. Sheriff  Hancock offers individuals a 48-hour amnesty period to return any purchased stolen property to Crisp County  Sheriff’s Office. After the allotted 48-hour amnesty period, individuals will be charged for possessing stolen  property.