Bradwell Institute students have geared up for prom this week with spirit-oriented activities, but they've also been given opportunities to ponder the ripple effects that stem from their choices.
March 15: Identity theft - A Midway man reported getting a letter from the U.S. Treasury Department that said his tax refund was being held for review. He said he called the IRS and told them he hadn't worked in two or three years and hadn't filed a tax return. He said the IRS informed him that someone was using his name and Social Security number to for income.
Pembroke Police put an end to a high-speed chase that began Tuesday night on Fort Stewart after a motorcycle driver fled from military police.
A hit-and-run accident in Hinesville on Monday led to a chase that ended in Walthourville. According to Walthourville Police Chief Tracy McFadden, the chase began in Hinesville when a motorist failed to yield to police following an accident. McFadden said the chase ended on Salette Street in Walthourville when the driver wrecked the vehicle and fled on foot. McFadden said the suspect still is at large. The Courier will report more on this incident as ...
March 25, Theft by taking - An officer responded to a possible domestic dispute and was told by a man that he tried to leave the residence after an argument with his girlfriend, but said the woman took his eyeglasses and the battery out of his cell phone and threw them in the backyard. The responding officers couldn't find the property in the backyard. They noted that no physical contact appeared to have occurred between ...
Liberty County Superior Court Judge Robert Russell decided Monday there was enough evidence to move the case against Candice Boles forward.
Liberty County High School seniors, juniors and their dates will get glossed and glittered Saturday for the prom rite of passage, but they'll also have in mind a fresh lesson about safety.
March 14, 16: Auto thefts - A man reported his blue 1985 Buick Regal stolen on March 14 outside his home on Main Street. He said he went home around 11 p.m. and locked the doors before going inside. The next morning, he noticed the car was stolen. Another man reported the silver 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo his daughter drives was stolen from outside Pine Square Apartments on Eagan Road on March 16. The daughter ...
A former deputy with the Long County Sheriff's Office has been arrested and charged with three counts of child cruelty.
The Long County Commission has not yet decided which Emergency Medical Services company will serve as the county's provider in the future. The commission discussed the issue at length during its April 2 meeting, but has not yet been updated on the bidding process.
March 10: Criminal trespass - An argument between a husband and wife led to the woman purposely cutting a coolant-system hose on her husband's car. The man claimed his wife had done this before.
Three Long County residents recently were arrested and charged with manufacturing an illegal drug, according to Long County Sheriff's Office Lt. Tom Sollosi. Justin Kidwell, Pamela K. Boguszewski and Bobby E. Hall are in custody.
A familiar face is returning to the Atlantic Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office, and two long-serving Liberty County Sheriff's Office deputies were promoted this week.
A grand jury on Nov. 16, 2012, found evidence that there was enough probable cause to proceed with multiple assault charges against two Liberty County men, according to an indictment filed with the Clerk of Superior Court. Atlantic Judicial Circuit of Georgia District Attorney Tom Durden said one of men since has agreed to testify against the other when the case goes to trial later this summer.
Firth Rixson Forgings is bringing in large press parts through Half Moon Marina in Liberty County to help accommodate the expansion of its manufacturing facility in Tradeport East. From April 5-23, delays may be experienced on Islands Highway. Sunbury Road may be used as an alternate route.
An argument between two employees at the Hinesville Burger King Wednesday evening ended with a shooting.
April 15: Theft by taking – felony -The owner of a landscaping and nursery business said his business office had not been open since Thanksgiving 2012. He said he went to the office to prepare for the upcoming busy season and found that during the time his business was closed someone took his trencher and a 100 pound bucket of scrap metals he had enclosed within the fenced area.