January 20, 2011
Photo by Hugh Osteen
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Three men have been indicted in two separate Clayton County criminal cases involving the thefts of metal or copper.
A Jonesboro couple was charged Sunday with child deprivation after police found their apartment covered in trash and feces, and without running water or food for their three children, according to warrants filed in Clayton County Magistrate Court.
A former federal customs officer was sentenced to eight years for conspiring to launder drug money and trying to smuggle guns onto a plane, abusing his authority to get past airport security.
A Forest Park man said he expects to undergo surgery today, to wire his mouth shut, and put a metal plate in his cheek, following a beating outside a McDonough restaurant.
A DeKalb County man, who is Muslim, believes his religious freedom has been violated by a Henry County state court judge.
A DeKalb County man, who is Muslim, believes his religious freedom has been violated a Henry County state court judge.
The Georgia Supreme Court has thrown out the death sentence for a Clayton County man but upheld his murder conviction.
A McDonough man, who was found guilty of abusing his two children, has begun serving a 15-year sentence.
A McDonough woman has been indicted by a Clayton County Grand Jury on charges of armed robbery, burglary, aggravated assault, and theft by taking.
Details of the alleged involvement of three suspects in the drive-by shooting of a male and female, on an entrance ramp to I-75 in Jonesboro, unfolded Thursday, in a Clayton County Magistrate Court hearing.