Wanted felon tased after fleeing from Gordon County deputy on foot during arrest
According to a Gordon County Sheriff's Office incident report, on Monday, February 10th, 2020, at approximately 8:35 PM, A deputy with the Gordon County Sheriff's Office uniform patrol division was Patrolling the area of Hall Memorial Road. While patrolling the area, the deputy saw a male later identified as Brian Lamar Gilbert, 31, of Calhoun, walking on the right side roadway, on the left side of the fog line. The deputy swerved to the other lane to avoid striking Gilbert. The deputy turned around and got out with Gilbert. The deputy explained the reason for stopping him was because he had to swerve from striking him. Gilbert stated, "You did not almost hit me" and "Officer's always harass me when I walk". The deputy explained to Gilbert that he was wearing dark color clothing with zero reflectors and was walking on the wrong side of the roadway. The deputy asked Gilbert for his Government-issued identification. After running Gilbert through Gordon 911, it showed he had an active felony warrant for his arrest. The deputy instructed Gilbert to turn around and place his hands behind his back. Gilbert started walking backward, asking the deputy why. The deputy stated he would explain everything once he turned around and stopped. Gilbert stated, "No, you can tell me why now" and continued to walk backward. While the deputy was reaching for his department-issued electronic control device (taser), Gilbert turned and started to run. The deputy pointed the (taser) at Gilbert and stated, "Taser, Taser, Taser." Gilbert continued to flee from the deputy. The deputy fired his (taser) striking Gilbert in the back just below his right armpit and his right buttox. Gilbert went to the ground and was instructed to roll over and place his hands behind his back. Gilbert rolled over; however, he kept reaching for something underneath his shirt. Deputy morse instructed Gilbert to place his hands Behind his back or he would get "Shocked again." Gilbert complied, placing both hands behind his back. The deputy placed Gilbert into custody. The deputy noticed a yellow in color eyeglass case, with a sponge Bob Square Pants logo on it, on the ground where Gilbert was laying. The deputy picked up and inspected the case. After inspection of the case, the deputy located two syringes with a clear liquid substance inside believed to be liquid meth. The deputy also located a silver metal spoon, pair of Scissors, and two plastic straws, that appeared to be used as drug-related objects. Gilbert refused EMS and stated he just wanted to go to jail. Gilbert was transported to the Gordon County Jail charged with possession of meth, possession of drug-related objects, and obstruction/hindering law enforcement.