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There was much media attention over the recent search for a drunk driving suspect who was wanted for allegedly running over a deputy. According to an article, the man was found and arrested in Effingham County. Based on authorities’ statements, the man was stopped on US 1 for suspicion of drunk driving and allegedly failed […]

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A 25-year-old mother was shot and killed nearly three months ago by a disguised attacker whom investigators believe they now know the identity of. The Snellville Police Department stated in a report that they are “very close” to making an arrest and are waiting for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to analyze evidence that could […]

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The “All Hands Across the Border” campaign was announced as an effort to dissuade and prevent drunk driving during the upcoming holidays, such as Labor Day and other long weekends. The program began on Sunday, August 30, 2009 and will hopefully curb the DUI incidents that habitually pop up over 3-day weekends and the like. […]

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The growth of the Internet and its many uses is unprecedented; however, many communities are often shocked when someone within a neighborhood is arrested by law enforcement for using the Internet to sexually exploit children by arranging secretive meetings. An article recently reported that a Peachtree golf pro who teaches children group golf lessons has […]

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Fingerprints are considered to be insurmountable evidence. However, in the case of a convicted Georgia man, a routine check of the supposed offender’s identification revealed the huge mismatch: his fingerprints were inaccurately identified as those of a criminal, and he had, consequently, been wrongly incarcerated for 17 months for a robbery that he didn’t commit. […]

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According to a report, illicit computer activity impelled Georgia Tech to contact law enforcement regarding an associate professor who became the target of a week-long investigation by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. The professor was arrested the night of August 12, 2009 and charged with a hefty accumulation of 15 counts of sexual exploitation of children. […]

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In a report issued by the Georgia Department of Public Safety on August 7, 2009, it was announced that after a week-long concentrated patrol, Georgia State Troopers arrested 267 people for DUI in Georgia. Four other Southeastern states, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, and Mississippi, participated in the “Take Back Our Highways Program.” During the seven-day-period from Saturday, […]

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In a story reported that a 22-year-old, male student from Pratt Institute suffered severe head injuries during an August 6, 2009 assault, and was placed into a medically induced coma as a result. Due to an anonymous tip from local CrimeStoppers, one teenage has been arrested in connection with the violent crime in New York, with […]

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A home invasion robbery in Mableton, GA ended with gunshots, according to a published report on 11alive News online. Police allege that the robber entered the home with his weapon at about 1pm and tied the two occupants up. One of them was able to get free of his restraints, retrieve his own pistol, and fire at the suspect, […]

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In what may be looked at by some as a desperation shot or even a “hail mary” attempt, the defense lawyers of a convicted hit-man called in a neuropsychologist and director of the Shepherd Center in Atlanta to testify that the convicted man functions at the level of a 12 year old child. Additionally the report stated […]