Crime & Safety

Fmr High School Athletic Director Arrested for Sexual Assault

A former high school athletic director found himself behind bars after an eight month investigation by the Georgia Bureau of.

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Prison Time and $550k in Restitution Ordered in S. Georgia Bribery Conspiracy

The man convicted of participating in a commercial bribery conspiracy while operating a durable medical equipment company has been sentenced.

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Owner of Fake Georgia Charitable Organizations Charged in Federal Court

The individual accused of owning several illegitimate charitable organizations in Georgia has been charged in federal court and already agreed.

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Romance Scam Leaves Georgia Man Facing Federal Charges

A Georgia man has been arrested following an investigation into a romance scam where it is alleged he targeted victims.

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$2.7 Million Genetic Testing Kickback Scheme Leads to Charges Against Company Owner in Georgia

The crackdown of a $2.7 million genetic testing scheme resulted in charges being brought against the owner of a Georgia.

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Attorney General Issues Warning Against Financial Exploitation of Seniors and Disabled Adults during Covid-19

Attorney General Chris Carr is warning older Georgians and disabled adults, along with their families and caretakers, to be on.

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Robocaller Fined Almost $10 Million

The robocalls, many which were made in Georgia, included xenophobic fearmongering (including to a victim’s family), racist attacks on political.

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Georgia Man Pleads Guilty to Conspiracy to Distribute Unapproved Drugs and Smuggling of Goods

On his websites, the man sold over 100 products, including prescription drugs and controlled substances which he obtained from foreign.

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Toyota Motor Company to Pay $180 Million in Settlement for Decade-Long Noncompliance with Clean Air Act

Along with the civil complaint, the United States has filed a consent decree, agreed to by Toyota, that resolves the.

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TRAFFIC TUESDAY: Police Can Text and Drive Under State Law

State law provides for law enforcement officers to operate and text on their computers while driving down the street. While.

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