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Sugi Fox is escorted to a waiting patrol car Two Officers Injured Arresting Sugi Fox

Columbus Police Officers Lance Luckey and Greg Harstad spent most of their afternoon getting medical attention after being injured during a warrant arrest on Southside. Luckey was hunting down fugitives Monday morning around 10:30 a.m. Monday when he reported that he saw the oft elusive Sugi Fox standing in front of a metal building that is next to his mother’s (Hilda Hill-Fox’s) home on 3rd Ave. South. Luckey has been looking for both Sugi Fox and his brother Lavento for several months now, and has missed opportunities to catch both after family and neighbors of the young men tipped them off that Luckey was in hot pursuit. Having learned from previous chases, Luckey contacted Harsted via private communication and the two officers met one block East of the home at the corner of 18th St. South and 3rd Ave.
As soon as the officers approached the home, Fox reportedly took off running for the front door of the house. Luckey managed to catch up with the much larger Fox and grabbed him to keep him from hiding in the home. If Fox had made it inside of the home, officers might have had a difficult time obtaining a warrant to search the house. They have been left out in the cold and denied a search warrant at the Fox home before. [The Fox family reportedly has close ties to Mayor Robert Smith and to Justice Court Judge Peggy Phillips- CK] Sugi broke free of Luckey’s grasp and ran around the West side of the home, grabbing a broken metal stair rail on the way. When Luckey caught up with Fox in the backyard, Fox struck the officer on his right wrist with the rail before the nimble-footed Luckey sprung and bear-huuged Fox. Harstad quickly attempted to take Fox’s legs out, but was met with a swift kick to the jaw as he did. As the two officers wrestled Fox to the ground, Luckey told Harstad to TAZE the fugitive.
“Luckey!! I give up, man!” Fox conceded.
Fox was taken into custody without further incident. Sugi Fox, according to records, has been arrested in Lowndes County at least 15 times since 1999, and has faced nearly 50 charges, including murder, attempted robbery, aggravated assault with a weapon, carrying a concealed weapon and simple assault with injuries. However, Fox has never been convicted of a felony. Fox was charged with the 2000 murder of Calvin Ellis but the case was “no billed” when presented to the grand jury. Also charged in the murder was Fox’s brother, Kito Hill but he received a “no bill” as well and the case has been marked inactive. Fox was charged  with Failure to Appear and Simple Assault on a Police Officer.
Luckey was treated for a bruised wrist and Harstad for his jaw. Neither is expected to miss any time from work.
[As Luckey and Harstad were receiving medical care, two other officers raced back to Fox’s yard and began combing the grounds looking for a I-Phone that belonged to Luckey. As I watched the search continue, I noticed a commotion had started on my own I-Phone’s Facebook App. Apparently, whomever found Luckey’s phone laying in the grass went on to his Facebook profile and posted the message: “I hate blacks”. Commentators criticized the post while friends of Luckey tried to explain what was happening. Once Luckey was notified of the situation, he quickly deleted the hijacked Facebook post and shut down his stolen phone. Chief McQueen told The Packet that afternoon that he had been made aware Luckey’s phone was stolen and was, in fact, seen speaking with Luckey around the time the post was made. Luckey has a stellar reputation within law enforcement circles and is well respected throughout the community. A Packet reader said that another Facebook member- unaware of the hijacked post- commended Luckey on assisting an elderly man in a wheelchair downtown Tuesday afternoon.-CK] 0


  1. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Obviously Luckey can’t be bought. But why would Judge Phillips be protecting Fox and Napoleon B****s(Rhymes with crooks)?

    Thanks for the tip, Colin.

  2. David

    This is the very reason the good copsan’t do their job. The Mayoe and Police chief tie their hands or run them off. When this town wakes up and sees what and who is running it, well it already too late.

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