The Douglas County Sheriff's Office has issued a warrant for the arrest of Douglasville resident Derron Lowery. The 40-year-old is wanted for felony of aggravated battery, misdemeanor reckless conduct, and felony aggravated assault.
Lowery was arrested Dec. 19, 2016, for intentionally injuring a woman on I-20 westbound at Fairburn Road on Dec. 5, 2016, according to the arrest warrant. While the woman was driving, Lowery gripped the steering wheel and jerked it to the right, which caused the vehicle to run off of the road and strike a tree in the ditch of the interstate. The woman suffered a fractured rib, pelvis, and hip, which caused her to temporarily lose the ability to walk. Lowery's actions caused "a serious motor vehicle accident," according to the warrant.
His bond was originally denied and jail records show that he was booked into the Douglas County Jail on July 17. On Aug. 25, 2017, he was granted a $10,000 bond. Lowery, however, was still in the jail until Nov. 6.
Records show that Lowery has changed his address multiple times since his release on bond. He filed a change of address to Lithonia on Nov. 14, only to file an address back to a different residence in Douglasville on Blue Creek Court on Dec. 22.
He is listed as a 5-foot-11, 225-pound black male. Anyone with information about Lowery's current whereabouts is asked to contact Sgt. Randy Daniell at 770-920-4976 or email@example.com.