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Recent Crime News
Monday Apr 14 | via SavannahNow
It's hard to believe that March 27 marked my 47th anniversary of being employed by Morris Communications Co., starting as a police beat reporter for the Savannah Evening Press. Comment?
Monday Apr 14 | via WRDW-TV Augusta
The second week in April usually means it's Spring Break, the azaleas are blooming, and traffic is a nightmare for locals. Comment?
Monday Apr 14 | via KATC-TV Lafayette
Jennings turned herself into the Franklin Police Department and was processed and released on a summons to appear in Third Ward City Court. Comment?
Saturday Apr 12 | via The Kansas City Star
When animal escapes happen - and they do - zookeepers know the reasons, which can be human error or the more naturalistic designs of modern zoos. Comment?
Friday Apr 11 | via The Daily Herald
Shots were fired outside of a house on Sucker Garden Road on Thursday morning, but no one was reported to be injured. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 8 | via WRDW-TV Augusta
"I happened to have fallen asleep on the couch and at about 3:15 am I heard some bangs," said Deborah Rodriguez." Comment?
Tuesday Apr 8 | via WTHR-TV Indianapolis
The Rev. Al Sharpton says a report that he spied on New York Mafia figures for the FBI in the 1980s is old news. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 8 | via The Times-Herald
The Coweta County Fire Department was called to 428 Doc Perry Road around 11:30am this morning, responding to a 911 call that a person had fallen into a well. Comment?
Sunday Apr 6 | via MyFoxAtlanta
Augusta area airport officials say they're preparing for a spike in passengers during the Masters Tournament. Comment?
Sunday Apr 6 | via Athens Banner-Herald
One man is dead and another is wounded after a drug-related shooting at the Southgate Shopping Center on Gordon Highway in Augusta late Saturday, police said. Comment?
Thursday Apr 3 | via WTVM
Police have arrested Donavan L. Taylor, 25, from Auburn, on felony warrants after he allegedly stole credit card information from three victims in Auburn, and used the information to make purchases totaling Police have arrested Donavon L. Taylor, 25, from Auburn, on felony warrants after he allegedly stole credit card information from three victims ... (more) Comment?
Tuesday Apr 1 | via Government Executive
A Veterans Affairs Department employee who was driving a government truck after a night of drinking when a co-worker fell out of the vehicle and died was re-hired at the agency after initially resigning, according to a report. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 1 | via WTVM
It's Greek Week at Columbus State University, and the African-American Male Initiative along with Greek organizations hosted a barbecue Thursday for charity. Comment?
Monday Mar 31 | via Painting/Wallcovering Contractor
The workers - William Nunnery, 49, and Timothy Swearingen, 45 - were repairing concrete on the bell tower of the First Baptist Church at heights topping 50 feet they were electrocuted, according to local news sources. Comment?
Monday Mar 31 | via SavannahNow
The 17-year-old suspected in the shotgun killing of her father, waived her right to formal extradition proceedings Monday and will be returned to face charges in North Carolina. Comment?
Monday Mar 31 | via Burlington Times News
Ahem, let's talk about the Hobbs Act. Far too many politicians and government officials seem to be unfamiliar with it. Comment?
Sunday Mar 30 | via News 12 WRDW
In the day light light bullet holes, and shattered glass show where the shots were fired. Comment?
Thursday Mar 27 | via The Charlotte Observer
Fannie Flono writes on news, politics and life in The Carolinas. Her column appears on the Editorial pages of The Charlotte Observer. Comment?