Hinesville police are looking at multiple factors in the disappearance of missing Fort Stewart soldier Spc. Maria Cristina Cardona. Cardona recently had a baby and could be suffering from post partum depression, Hinesville Police Department detective Kyle Lairamoure confirmed Monday.
The Ludowici Police Department joined forces with the Long County Sheriff's Office to nab a drug dealer Monday.
The Hinesville Police Department and the Long County Sheriff's Office have issued "be-on-the lookout" requests for two suspects wanted in connection with different crimes in their respective communities.
Authorities have not identified the victim of a house fire in Hinesville Tuesday afternoon, saying it could be next week before a positive identification is available.
There are currently no new developments in the case of a missing Fort Stewart soldier, Spc. Maria Cristina Cardona, Hinesville police said Tuesday.
A house fire in the 900 block of Bradwell Street on Tuesday afternoon killed one man and Hinesville fire department investigators are looking for clues.
Nov. 12, • Burglary, no forced entry, residence, Rogers Road
With the Christmas holiday season just around the corner folks should be especially aware of thieves lurking nearby, looking for an unsuspecting target. Local law enforcement agencies caution residents to secure their cars and homes and take notice of suspicious individuals now and all year-round.
Between Wednesday and Sunday, Georgia State Troopers will be watching for "impaired drivers, occupant protection violations, and speed violations," on Georgia's roads, according to Col. Bill Hitchens, the Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Safety.
Military Judge Col. Tara Osborn announced Friday the long-awaited start of Sgt. Joseph Bozicevich's court martial as well as a firm schedule of motion due dates and final hearings in the death penalty case.
Hinesville Police Department recently graduated the last 2010 class of the Hinesville Police Citizens' Academy.
A Fort Stewart soldier has been reported missing, Hinesville police informed area media outlets Wednesday.
Detective Tom Sollosi said a Long County woman was scammed out of $3,600 through a mail scam. The woman said she received notice from a product evaluation company that she could deposit a check if she evaluated products. The company also asked her to wire two payments totaling $3,600. The woman evaluated the products, deposited the check into her account and wired the $3,600, as instructed, but later was notified the check was no good. The wire payments were not covered and instead came from the woman's own account.
A second arrest in the Nov. 5 stabbing death in Long County appears unlikely, law enforcement officials say.
An amber alert for 12-year-old Julieta Yoselin has been canceled. The girl was found Thursday at a residence in metro Atlanta. She was reported to be in good condition. The South Carolina girl went missing from the Clemson area earlier this week.
Jesus Alanda Lozada, 30, is being held in connection to Yoselin's disappearance. He is in custody in the Fulton County Detention Center. Lozada will likely be charged w ith kidnapping once he is extradited to Clemson.
Reports filed with the Hinesville Police Department recently include: