A wreck Thursday morning shut down a portion of Highway 144 and claimed one life, according to Fort Stewart military police.
A man riding in the trunk of a car and the man who drove the car were arrested by military police around 2 p.m. Tuesday as they were trying to enter the front gate at Fort Stewart.
Aug. 20, Criminal damage to property, simple assault, assault/battery, 332 Nottingham Way
According to Multi Agency Crack Enforcement Drug Task Force Commander Al Cato, agents from his office helped the Savannah -Chatham Metro Police nab a homicide suspect minutes before he boarded a Greyhound bus in Liberty County on Aug. 16.
Hinesville police arrested a New Jersey man wanted for murder early Friday morning.
The Ludowici Police Department hosted the Coastal Area Traffic Enforcement Network's monthly meeting on Aug. 25 at the Ludowici Church of God. The Heritage Bank sponsored the event.
Edison A. Ortiz, 24, a private with 1-64 Armor Battalion, 2nd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division on Fort Stewart, has been charged with two counts of malice murder.
Like many social trends, gang activity in Liberty County is consistently evolving and expanding, according to HPD Gang Violence Det. Tracey Howard.
Aug. 12, Marijuana – possession of drug related items/narcotic equipment, 1396 Shaw Road
Five Liberty County residents suffered minor injuries after a head-on collision Friday night in Long County.
LUDOWICI -- According to Long County Commissioner David Richardson, the start-up date for the Long County/McIntosh County Wiregrass E-911 Project is still on schedule.
LUDOWICI - A Glennville man drowned Monday while fishing with his wife in northeast Long County.
Fort Stewart Police are offering a $1,000 reward for information pertaining vandalism of several buildings and signs on post.
Reports recently filed with the Liberty County Sheriff's Office inlcude:
The man arrested by Liberty County Sheriff's Office case Tuesday evening alleged shot a man to death April 8 in Tucker.
A partnership between the Department of Defense and the Georgia Forestry Commission allows local fire departments to acquire military-surplus equipment and vehicles.
Reports filed recently with the Hinesville Police Department include: