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Federal drug case grows: 6 more arrested
The indictments for the six were handed down in mid-April, said Lt. Steve Exum, who commands the Drug Enforcement Team.
Colquitt County drug team makes 4 arrests
At 11:30 a.m. Wednesday officers with the Moultrie-Colquitt County Drug Enforcement Team went to 808 Causey Road looking for Ronald Cory Casteel, Sgt. Justin Lindsay said. At the time, there was an outstanding arrest warrant for Casteel on a probation violation charge.
Shoplifting turns to meth arrest
An employee observed the suspect attempting to conceal items, along with “multiple unusual actions,” the TPD report stated.
Man pleads guilty to three South Georgia murders
In a statement, Shealy said Ceasar was staying with Johnson for a period of time. The Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant at the residence, leading to the discovery of a quantity of drugs. Both Johnson and Ceasar were charged in federal court for the drugs, Shealy said.
Another city employee seeks $1 million in new complaint against mayor
On behalf of Vicky Bryson, executive assistant to the Thomasville city manager, Moultrie attorney Robert D. Howell wrote a letter to Hobbs, other Thomasville City Council members and city attorney Tim Sanders that states Hobbs made a false and defamatory report that Bryson forged his signature on a
City of Thomasville to decide on Pinetree Boulevard expansion
The consensus with homeowners on Pinetree Boulevard and surrounding neighborhoods is spilt into three categories, either they are extremely against it, neutral, or see a huge need for it.
Highway 133 from Moultrie to Berlin almost complete
It is one of 10 segments Georgia DOT plans to widen and reconstruct from the Lowndes-Brooks County line to Dougherty County. The first two were completed in 2016. Next to finish this summer will be 9.63 miles from Old Quitman Adel Road in Brooks County to County Road 256 in Colquitt County. Old Quit
Police: Woman hid multiple items in purse, left without paying
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) -The Tallahassee Police Department is searching for a woman involved in a theft from a local Hobby Lobby store.TPD says the incident happened on May 25 at the Hobby Lobby store at 3483 Thomasville Road.The suspect came into the store, hid multiple items in a large purse and
Man drowns in Turner County pond
The man has two listed names: Alex Rivera, date of birth 1-26-97 and Domingo Velasquez Perez, with a DOB 5-1-88.
Batteries stolen from farm's buses
MOULTRIE, Ga. — A couple of thieves made off on Sunday with batteries from four school buses parked near a Colquitt County produce packing shed, possibly driving them out on four-wheelers.
GMA to host Wiregrass Freedom Festival June 30
TIFTON — Break out the red, white, and blue on June 30 when visitors will celebrate their patriotic pride at the Wiregrass Freedom Festival at the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village.
Omega police seize drugs, cash after traffic stop
During the traffic stop, the officer found 55 Adderall pills, 26 Percoset pills, 2 Roxy pills and a crystal meth rock.
5 drivers arrested during GSP concentrated patrol
MOULTRIE, Ga. -- Georgia State Patrol troopers working on a concentrated patrol in Colquitt County on Thursday made five arrests along with an unknown number of traffic citations.Troopers, requested by Moultrie Police Chief Sean Ladson, assisted Moultrie Police Department officers in patrolling on V
Legacy Village at Park Regency recognizes caregivers
MOULTRIE, Ga. —The two-member nursing team at Legacy Village at Park Regency was recognized on National Nurses Week, May 6 to 12, with the gifts of a new Littmann Stethoscope, a personal note and a bouquet of flowers at each one’s nursing station in appreciation of their dedicated service.
SunLight Project — Big Business: Who employs the most workers?
The SunLight Project team — representing newspapers in Valdosta, Thomasville, Moultrie, Dalton, Tifton, Milledgeville, Ga., and Live Oak, Fla. — took a look at a few of the largest private sector employers in each of the papers’ coverage areas. Part I was published June 17.
Big Businesses: A look at the largest private sector employers
TIFTON — Kindall Keyek grew up in Orlando, Fla., and spent a fair amount of time around amusement parks.
3 children, 3 adults injured after head-on crash in Jackson County
ALFORD, Fla. (WTXL) -Troopers saythree young children and three adults have been hospitalized, some with serious injuries, after a head-on crash in Jackson County.The Florida Highway Patrol says the crash happened on Sunday around 3 p.m. in Alford.Troopers say a 2005 Toyota Prius was driving north o
Camilla man charged with child sex acts
Christopher Pierce, 43, 53 Honeysuckle Lane, was charged on Tuesday with two counts of child molestation.
Barber's named Business of the Month
For the presentation, owner Chance Barber was joined by family, friends, and staff, along with chamber Ambassadors and staff.
GBI, district attorney's office investigating city case
In a Friday press release, Jamey Steinberg, special agent in charge of the Thomasville GBI office, said agents met with Jim Prine, senior assistant district attorney, on Friday, June 8.