Terrence G. Jones was found not guilty on all 23 counts in a murder case stemming from a 2010 armed robbery that ended in a fatal shooting in a Hinesville apartment.
Police arrested a suspected bank robber Friday after a witness reported that one of the Ameris Bank branches in Hinesville was possibly being robbed.
The woman described by Liberty County Public Defender Joshua Brockington as a scorned ex-girlfriend, took the stand offering a compelling account of what transpired the day Orlejandro Mark Smalls was killed during a poker game held at a friend's house in the 600 block of South Main Street.
The Liberty County Sheriff's Office is investigating 40 vehicle break-ins that occurred in the Lake George community, Sheriff Steve Sikes said.
The trial of Terrence G. Jones started Tuesday morning inside courtroom C of the Liberty County Justice Center. Liberty County Superior Court Judge D. Jay Stewart had the 12 jurors and two alternates sworn in, and opening arguments immediately followed.
Two men and 12 women were selected to the jury and alternate panel for a murder trial set to start Tuesday morning in Liberty County Superior Court.
Midway City Councilman Dr. Stanley Brown Sr. said during a hearing Thursday that his recent speeding citation is retaliation for speaking up about what he says are problems with the city's Police Department.
The Ludowici City Council recently voted to provide free emergency air-transport service to its residents.
UPDATE: As of 5:36 pm, traffic is back to normal, according to the Fort Stewart public affairs office.
A Flemington hotel that was recently sued in connection with the October death of a rapper is under new ownership and management.
A Hinesville man died in a single-vehicle wreck shortly before noon Monday in South Carolina, authorities said.
Liberty County's Woodland Lakes subdivision recently was the target of vandals when homes, vehicles and signs were spray-painted with alleged gang graffiti.
Recent reports filed with the Hinesville Police Department include:
The Long County Sheriff's Office joined several other area law-enforcement agencies Sept. 4 to make a sweep in the western part of Long County and in Tattnall County, arresting 18 individuals charged with various drug felonies.
Recent reports filed by officers of the Hinesville Police Department include: