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GSP gives report for October

SFC Chad Woods #149 said troopers from Post 22 also issued 96 traffic citations in the county during the month. The total includes three arrests for driving under the influence, 41 citations for speeding, four seat belt violations, and four child restraint violations. Troopers also issued 69 warning

CHARLTONCOUNTYHERALD.COM - 2018-11-14 17:51:00

Key figure in drug conspiracy sentenced

One of the top figures in a drug-trafficking conspiracy spanning the country received his sentence in U.S. District Court last week. Cedric L. King is to serve 22 years and four months in federal prison for his role in the effort, which involved 35 other indicted co-defendants and operated in Glynn,


Ware County Schools to release students early due to bus shortage

Buses are limited due to a playoff game in Warner Robins, a swim team meet, basketball games and a limited number of bus drivers among other circumstances, according to the Facebook post.


Woman's Life Tragically Taken in Friday Wreck

A Coffee County woman lost her life following a tragic one-vehicle wreck last Friday, November 9, afternoon on the New Forrest Highway.

DOUGLASENTERPRISE.NET - 2018-11-15 14:54:21

Former Ware Co. teacher and police officer sent to federal prison - AllOnGeorgia

Tracy Wayne Crosby, age 42,Waycross, Georgia Picture provided by Camden County Sheriff's Office arrest report.


Fentanyl defendants indicted by feds

A federal grand jury indicted Makeda Ligear Atkinson and Donald Steven Adams for allegedly dealing fentanyl to a woman, which resulted in her death on Dec. 29, 2017. They were arrested following a months-long investigation by local and federal law enforcement into selling fentayl-laced heroin.


Upgrades to sewer system approved by utility

Aside from directly serving a good number of residences and businesses, several other pump stations — some as far away as Chapel Crossing Road, feed sewage through on its way to the Academy Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant.

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2018-11-16 05:00:00

Settlement conference scheduled for ACLU lawsuit

The suit, filed in March, states the county’s misdemeanor bond system is unconstitutional because it obstructs a detainee’s ability to bond out of jail if they or their families cannot secure the funds needed for pretrial release.

BRUNSWICK NEWS - 2018-11-15 05:00:00

Jesup woman hit, killed by car early Monday morning

The incident is under investigation, but at last check, the driver isn’t facing any charges.


Accused Grinstead killer asks for private investigator to help defense

Defendant's motion for order appointing investigator to assist the defense, or in the alternative, funds to hire a private investigator: In the second motion, Merchant asks the court to appoint an investigator to assist the defense. both before and during the trial.


Overnight rain moves in, chilly temperatures follow

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.- Our mostly cloudy skies will finally dump rain on us overnight. We are seeing gusty northeasterly winds and misty, light showers along the coastline this afternoon. Temperatures are in the 60s.

NEWS4JAX.COM - 2018-11-14 20:06:37

Screven Co. woman kills husband, injures child in shooting

SCREVEN CO, GA (WTOC) -The Screven County Sheriff’s Office confirms that a woman killed her husband and injured their child in a shooting that happened on Friday.No other information has been released. The sheriff’s office has referred WTOC to the GBI, who is handling the investigation.Stay with thi


BREAKING: Drug KINGPIN Convicted... Look How Long He's Heading To PRISON

Cedric King, 38, of Waycross, was sentenced by United States District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood to 22 years in federal prison for his role as the leader of a drug trafficking organization that operated in and around South Georgia, Northern Florida, and California, announced Bobby L. Christine, U.S. Att


Election results must be certified by 5 p.m. today, according to state law

ATLANTA, Ga -- According to a release from current Secretary of State Robyn Crittenden, all state counties have until 5 p.m. Tuesday to certify their results.


Spotted: 4 cheetah cubs born at wildlife refuge in Yulee

YULEE, Fla. - Four adorable cheetah cubs have been born at White Oak Conservation, a wildlife refuge in northeastern Florida. The two female and two male cubs, which have not yet been named, were born last month and are being reared by their mother, Oronsay, White Oak said. They weigh about 1-poun


WATCH: One of the 4 curious childhood cancer cases of 2015 in Waycross, GA. speaks out

In Summer 2015 in Waycross, Georgia, three children were diagnosed with Rhabdomyoscarcoma and a fourth with Ewing Sarcoma, all within a 60 day period. Harris Lott is one of those children.


Authorities investigate four deaths in Camden County

Along with the GBI, the St. Marys Police Department, the Kingsland Police Department, the Camden County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), and the Naval Criminal Investigative Services are investigating.


RINGLEADER SENTENCED TO 22 YEARS IN PRISON FOR COAST-TO-COAST CONSPIRACY Multiple federal, state and local agencies collaborated to take three dozen drug dealers off the streets

Cedric King, 38, of Waycross, was sentenced by United States District Judge Lisa Godbey Wood to 22 years in federal prison for his role as the leader of a drug trafficking organization that operated in and around South Georgia, Northern Florida, and California, announced Bobby L. Christine, U.S. Att


Defendant, Susan Anderson Sentenced in Meth Trafficking Ring

Susan “Ma” Anderson, 67, of Hortense, Ga., was sentenced Oct. 30 by United States District Court Judge Lisa Godbey Wood to 280 months in prison for conspiracy to distribute and possession of 50 grams or more of methamphetamine, said Bobby L. Christine, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Geor


Wayne Co. deputies searching for burglary suspect

WAYNE COUNTY, GA (WTOC) - The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a suspect they believe was involved in a burglary.Deputies are looking for 23-year-old Detric Oneal Milledge.He is wanted for a burglary that occurred in the Odum area. Officials believe he could be armed.Milledge is descri