Theft of services
Theft of services
Three people are facing felony drug charges following their arrests Saturday in the Sand Hill Community of Long County, according to law enforcement authorities.
State troopers from the Hinesville Post of the Georgia State Patrol investigated 20 wrecks during the month of January in Liberty County.
These restaurants should have been included in the October to December 2006 inspection period.
Liberty County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Keith Moran said investigators were "completing final interviews and getting ready to write the case" against a Riceboro couple involved in the death of 3-year-old Prince Davis, Jr.
Law enforcement authorities have determined the cause of death of a Long County woman was suicide.
JESUP - Fights broke out Friday morning among students attending Wayne County High School - and in the melee, the school principal was injured.
By Mike Riddle
The cause of a fire that destroyed a home Wednesday night in the 700 block of Pate Rogers Road in Liberty County still is undetermined, according to Liberty County Fire Coordinator James Ashdown, who has requested that the state fire marshal conduct an investigation.
July 7: DUI, obstructing or hindering law enforcement officers - Two deputies stopped a vehicle that passed by playing loud music.
No one apparently was injured when a mobile home in the 700 block of Pate Rogers Road was destroyed by fire Wednesday night.
People from across the area came out Aug. 5 to join Long County for its Community Night Out at the Long County Recreation Complex.
July 5: Burglary, forced entry, residence, second degree - As an officer was on foot patrol, he noticed the door open of a residence in Country Side Mobile Home Park. The officer entered, and there was no one there. Later, the resident showed up. He said he saw his front door open, and because he was new to the country, he did not know to call 911, so he left the residence. Nothing was missing from the residence, but two sprayer machines were missing from the utility trailer, which total $4,000.
Candice and Torres Boles briefly were in court Monday morning, where they waived their rights to a formal arraignment and entered pleas of not guilty.
ATLANTA - The FBI has asked for the public's assistance in identifying and locating the person or people responsible for the Aug. 7 armed robbery of The Heritage Bank in Midway, according to Special Agent in Charge Mark F. Giuliano.