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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.
Delivery driver robbed at gunpoint
According to the police report, five to six suspects were wearing camouflage masks when robbing the victim. One suspect pointed a revolver at the victim, while ordering her to give him $78 worth of pizza, her cellphone, her money, and her wallet.
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.
67 percent of voters passed Wayne County ESPLOST
For eight years, Wayne County Schools have focused on using their ESPLOST money towards new schools, new buses, and new technology. The school district says James Bacon Elementary will reap the biggest reward from the renewal of ESPLOST.
From Our Nation’s Capitol CLXXXVII
Monday, November 5: I’m excited to begin my week by visiting Ms. Carvey’s first grade classes at Martha Rawls Smith Elementary School in Jesup in Wayne County where I have the opportunity to read to this attentive group of students. The book chosen for me to read, The Very Stuffed Turkey, is most ap
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
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.
City denies open records request
Howard was one of seven people charged, on Oct. 19, with the misdemeanors of pandering and solicitation of sodomy over incidents that occurred during the 2017-2018 academic year at Fort Valley State University, according to District Attorney K. David Cooke Jr., with the Macon Judicial Circuit.
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,
How do you Reject or Accept a provisional or absentee ballot in Georgia?
ATLANTA, Georgia (WDEF) As local election officials face a deadline on Tuesday to finish their ballot counts, Georgia's new Secretary of State issues legal instructions on what and what not to count. The Kemp and Abrams campaigns are still arguing over the number of Provisional ballots that remain t
Drug involvement leads to being an unpleasant statistic
On Wednesday, Operation Déjá Vu resulted in 58 arrest warrants issued as the Glynn-Brunswick Narcotics Enforcement Team wrapped up a 10-month sting operation where GBNET also seized large quantities of methamphetamine, heroin, THC wax, cocaine, prescription pills, the hallucinogenic/stimulant Molly
Sound off for Nov. 14
“With all the African Americans in Liberty County, why talk against supporting the minority chamber? I know of one of the Hinesville council women telling people in Midway and Hinesville not to join them. The minority chamber does good work and should be supported like she supports the city manager
10-year-old girl killed in UTV accident
Around noon Sunday on Coon Key Lane, off Raccoon Key Drive in Ellabell, the girl and another child were riding in a private drive when the Polaris Ranger overturned, Hammond said. The vehicle landed on top of the child who was driving.
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
FUGITIVE FILES: Two Missing and Wanted Sex Offenders
"He has no place that he frequents, no employment history here, no stable employment history here. which makes it more difficult with mr Cole," explained Investigator Shania Gardner, Chatham County Sheriff's SORT team.
Driver found not guilty of 4 felony DUI charges 2 years after crash kills Lowcountry TV anchor
Cleveland Coleman, 33, was found not guilty Thursday in a Jasper County court. In November 2016, he charged with three counts of DUI with great bodily injury and one count of DUI causing death.
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.
Missing person found speeding in Long County
On Nov. 8 at 1:40 a.m., the Long County Sheriff’s Office stopped a speeding vehicle carrying a missing person from Virginia. The vehicle was speeding over 100 mph before the driver was stopped.The vehicle crossed into Wayne County and was stopped before reaching Jesup Municipal Limits. The driver wa
Animal rescue said they were "sent by God to help find Bear," a South Carolina cat missing for 5 months
Thanks to the power of putting good tips for lost pets in action along with a microchip, a cat from St. Helena Island, South Carolina is back home after he went missing for five months in Savannah, Georgia. It helps when an animal rescue shows up who insists they were “sent by God to help find Bear.
Ditch creates safety hazard at Glynn County Stadium
A 10-foot deep ditch that was installed to help address water run-off on the stadium property is a safety hazard, said Al Boudreau, executive director of operations for Glynn County Schools, who has proposed installing piping in the ditch instead.