Bizarre moment Georgia cop threatens to arrest local MP who calls him a ‘f**kboy’

‘You get on my traffic stop again, I’ll stop you!’ Bizarre moment Georgia police officer threatens to arrest local MP who calls him ‘f**kboy’ in fight over jurisdiction

  • Towns County Sheriff Ken Henderson and Hiawassee cop Tracy James had a jurisdictional dispute involving a traffic stop
  • The couple both threatened to stop, with the sheriff eventually calling James a ‘f**kboy’
  • The sheriff was also accused of calling Hiawassee cops ‘enemies’
  • According to a local report, the two law enforcement officers engaged in a similar dispute over Memorial Day weekend.

A police officer has threatened to arrest a sheriff in a fight over the skill which was caught on camera – with the sheriff calling him a “f**kboy” in return.

sergeant. Tracy James of the Hiawassee Police Department told Towns County Sheriff Ken ‘Ode’ Henderson in no uncertain terms, ‘You take my traffic stop again, I’m going to arrest you’, following a traffic stop on 24 June in northern Georgia.

The sheriff responded to James saying, “I’m going to arrest you right now.”

When James attempts to explain that the traffic stoppage started within the city limits, Henderson responds with, “Shut the fuck up.”

He also called James a “f**kboy” for good measure.

The shocking body camera footage was obtained by 11Alive.

As the video begins, Sheriff Kenneth Henderson can be seen closest to the car that was pulled over

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That’s when the two law enforcement officers engage in a heated exchange littered with swear words as they argue over who has jurisdiction

At one point in the argument, the sheriff calls James a “boy” to which James responds by saying, “I’m not your boy.”

The sheriff then says to James, “You af**kboy!” James says thank you several times in a sarcastic tone.

When he returns to his car, James calls the sheriff a “motherf**ker” while telling his dispatch “10-4” in response to a question regarding his safety.

According to reports from 11Alive, police and sheriff’s departments have clashed over jurisdiction lately. The two organizations do not have an “overlapping chain of command”, the station reports.

Sheriff Henderson was elected Republican Sheriff of Towns County by a margin of 40 votes in 2020

sergeant.  Tracy James threatened to arrest the sheriff in the bizarre video in which the couple argued over a traffic stop

Sheriff Henderson, pictured left, was elected Republican Sheriff of Towns County by a margin of 40 votes in 2020. Sgt. Tracy James, pictured right, threatened to arrest the sheriff in the bizarre video in which the couple argued over a traffic stop

Towns County District Attorney Robb Kiker told 11Alive, “My advice to the sheriff at this time is not to make any statements as this will be an ongoing investigation. The frustration shown by the sheriff on the video is the result of a larger issue and will be referred for further investigation by the appropriate authorities.

In a separate statement, Hiawassee Police Chief Paul Smith said, “We regret that this unfortunate event has occurred. The Hiawassee Police Department will continue to strive for excellence in safety and service to our citizens and visitors while working with all public agencies to achieve this goal.

In another recording, the sheriff can be heard referring to members of the Hiawassee Police Department as “enemies,” 11Alive reports.

The station, citing a law enforcement source, said the sheriff and sergeant got into a fight over Memorial Day weekend.

While another law enforcement source told 11Alive that because Hiawassee is so small, traffic stops often occur outside the city limits, even if they start in the city.

According to a social media page dedicated to Henderson’s 2020 re-election campaign, the sheriff, a Republican, has more than 35 years in law enforcement and is a lifelong resident of Towns County. He adds that he is a supporter of the second amendment.

Henderson writes on the page, “If you elect me, I won’t be hard to find. I will be a sheriff working alongside my officers, always on the job and always available for you.

The sheriff was elected by a margin of 40 votes in August 2020.

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