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Man , 54, accused in rape at South Columbus Library
Leslie Baskinbey, 54, surrendered to police Friday at the Public Safety Center. He also was charged with one count of battery with physical harm and held in the Muscogee County Jail for a 9 a.m. Tuesday hearing in Recorder's Court.
1 Killed In Wreck Involving Tractor Trailer In Bartow County
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3 killed in 3 hours in separate Birmingham homicides
Decorian Taylor, 22, was found shot to death at 11 p.m. Friday on 28th Street Southwest. Police said Taylor was shot multiple times and may have been trying to run away when he was gunned down, according toWBRC.
3 arrested on drug charges, a fourth being sought - The Citizen
Bill Hendrix, recently staying at a Tyrone residence, is being sought on drug charges. Photo/Fayette County Sheriff’s Office.
Two facing multiple drug charges out of Etowah County
According to the Etowah County Drug Enforcement Agency, agents executed a search warrant at a home on Jacksonville Court in Gadsden on June 19. The warrant, based on drug sales from the home, resulted in the seizure of roughly 10.5 ounces of heroin, controlled medication (hydrocodone), a bag of salv
Death of Memphis soldier at Florida training camp is suspicious, famil | Atlanta: News, Weather and Traffic
CLAY CO., Fla. -A soldier who disappeared from a National Guard base in Florida has been found dead in a wooded area of Camp Blanding,WHBQ reports.
Bridge update means headaches in Villa Rica
"When the work is being done, the ramps will be open. So, only half your day is potentially going to be ruined," Barber said at the Villa Rica City Council's June 5 council meeting. "But, if you, for instance, live in Mirror Lake and work in Atlanta you will not be able to cross the bridge."
All-Area Pitcher: Soliz the silent assassin
Jared Soliz is a young man of few words. But his game more than speaks for itself.The Carrollton High School senior right-hander served as a silent assassin for the Trojan pitching staff over the past three seasons, taking the mound in pressure-packed playoff situations and never allowing the moment
5 charged with drug trafficking in Etowah County
Jevon Levincent English (L) and Misty Walker Willett (R), along with three others, face a drug trafficking charge out of Etowah County. (Etowah County Sheriff's Office)
Ghost hunters investigate in Grantville
Photo courtesy of Nate CollinsKnightEyes Paranormal Investigations held an investigation in Grantville from 4 p.m. on June 15 until 5 a.m. June 17.KnightEyes Paranormal Investigations conducted an investigation into claims of paranormal activity at several locations in Grantville from 4 p.m. on June
All-Area Newcomer: Rainwater takes reins for Red Devils
Every player up and down the Bowdon High School baseball roster played a major role in the team’s run to the Class A Public final four last month, especially with only 12 guys suiting up in Red and Black by the end of the season.They had timely hits from the likes of Jarrett Stephens and Leighton Iv
All-Area Coach: Reveling in Red Devil resilience
Todd Eubanks may have already moved on to his new role as the program leader of South Effingham High School in Guyton, but the joys and memories of one of the most successful years of his veteran career still brings a smile to his face.The 2018 Times-Georgian All-Area Coach of the Year is just over
Army recruiter facing rape, child molestation charges
NEWNAN, Ga. -- An Army recruiter is facing multiple charges, including rape and child molestation, on allegations he had sexual relations with a girl under age 16.U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Brandon Miles Ross, 26, is also charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor and enticing a child for indecent pur
Bowdon considers annexing middle school into city limits
Bullock said should the Carroll County Board of Education decide to approve the annexation, then all of the Bowdon schools would be within city limits. In addition, he said the Bowdon Police Department would offer its protection and surveillance to the school should the annexation occur. The water r
Rapper Jim Jones arrested in Coweta County
CCSORapper and reality TV star Jim Jones is behind bars in Coweta County after his involvement in a brief police pursuit.Joseph Guillermo Jones, 41, is facing charges including theft by receiving stolen property, possession of firearm during the commission of a crime, narcotics possession, marijuana
Anniston man charged in shooting case
An Anniston man was charged Thursday morning in a shooting earlier this week in the 3000 block of McKleroy Avenue, according to police.Anniston police arrested Randy Kirkland, 61, at his home, also on McKleroy Avenue, around 9:45 a.m., according to an arrest report.Police say Kirkland shot at Roger
ON THE RUN: Lafayette Police are looking for two suspects in shooting at local restuarant
Lafayette Police Officers are looking for Anterio Makel Williams, 20, of Lafayette and Dennis Sanchez Asberry, 30, of Lafayette.
5 suspects arrested on drug charges in Valley, AL Thursday
Jonathan Matthew Adams, 24, of Valley, charged with possession of meth, possession of a firearm with an altered serial number, second-degree possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Army recruiter arrested on molestation charges
The Newnan Times-HeraldAn Army recruiter is facing criminal charges after police allege he had sexual relations with a girl under 16.Brandon Miles Ross, 26, is currently charged with statutory rape, aggravated child molestation, furnishing alcohol to a minor and enticing a child for indecent purpose
OUR VIEW: Something’s fishy with Talladega school board’s superintendent search (opinion)
On Wednesday, the day before the Talladega City Board of Education met about its superintendent search, The Daily Home received a phone call.The caller notified us that friends and associates of Tony Ball, the director of operations and interim superintendent of the Scottsboro City Schools, had rece