• Sept. 13: Terroristic threats, E. Oglethorpe Highway
Authorities swarmed a mobile home on Rye Patch Road in Long County on Thursday evening where, according to Long County Chief Deputy Robert Berry, two men were killed, a 2-year-old child was shot and the child's mother was injured.
Law enforcement officers say a man who was found shot last month in a Long County wildlife management area paid a convicted felon $200 to kill him.
The Multi Agency Crack Enforcement Drug Task force and the Hinesville Police Department have asked for the community's assistance with their search for Fabio Amir Dixon.
Jessica White-Depriest and her family were driving on Interstate 95 last week on their way home to Hinesville when the 2003 Dodge Caravan they were riding in caught fire in North Carolina.
• Aug. 27, Reckless conduct, Willowbrook Drive
A tractor trailer overturned Monday afternoon on West Oglethorpe Highway, tying up lunchtime traffic.
The third annual Southeast Georgia Firefighters Challenge is set for 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, at Higgston Baptist Church's recreation complex in Higgston. The church is at the corner of Highways 292 and 29-15.
An accident Thursday afternoon in Midway claimed the lives of a Charleston, W.Va., couple on Interstate 95.
Hinesville Police Detective Elizabeth S. Jackson recently was promoted to the rank of lieutenant in the detectives division of the HPD.
An Allenhurst woman who is believed to have fired several shots at another woman, whom she had argued with the night before, was arrested Thursday by the Long County Sheriff's Office.
People were injured in separate wrecks in Long County this week.
A Midway store clerk was Tasered and robbed Tuesday night at Clyde's Market on the 1100 block of East Oglethorpe Highway, Liberty County Sheriff's Office Detective Brian Barnes said.
A Midway woman was killed Wednesday night in a single-car accident in East Liberty County.
A Fort Stewart soldier, identified as Matthew Caron, 28, was killed Sunday in Savannah when his 2014 BMW overturned.
Reports recently filed with the Hinesville Police Department include:
Family Dollar in Ludowici recently was targeted by alleged shoplifters.
Hinesville Police think they know who the person is whose skeleton was found Sunday evening, but officers were awaiting forensic reports before making any announcement.
Two Long County residents face charges for allegedly driving recklessly in Ludowici.
The skeleton of an as-yet unidentified woman was found about 6 p.m. Sunday by a woman out walking her dog.