Just a few yards from Millsaps’s neat, but modest abode, there’s a gloomy, decrepit property cluttered with overgrown weeds, trash and stacks of junk piling up in the yard. The roof is caving in and a section of the house burnt out.
Ashely Loraine Wright, 25, also was to be sentenced Thursday, but her case was postponed when her attorney, Jennifer Curry, became ill and fainted in court. Deputies summoned an ambulance, but Curry regained consciousness before medics arrived, and declined treatment.
Police discovered Joshua Hanks’ girlfriend Leslie Bottoms, then 38, had shared the motel room where he broke through the wall. They charged her with the April 6 Kmart robbery, but not Hanks’ earlier ones on March 8 and March 17, 2015.
More police cars are expected to be in Muscogee County School District parking lots. It’s one of the benefits to the memorandum of understanding with the Columbus Consolidated Government that the school board unanimously approved this week.
Columbus police are piecing together information on two separate late-night, high-speed chases of the same U-Haul truck that left three patrol cars damaged, two officers with minor injuries and two Harris County men behind bars.
When the referee signalled pin in Central wrestler Tony Morales’ championship match against Vestavia Hills’ Bowman Hill, it was the realization of another year of work for the Red Devils senior. Morales pinned his way through the state tournament.
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer publisher Rodney Mahone will be leaving his hometown to take over as the president and publisher of The Charlotte Observer and four papers in South Carolina, and Ross McDuffie will be promoted to General Manager/Vice President of Advertising for Georgia, overseeing operations at the Ledger-Enquirer and Macon Telegraph.
Spalding County, GA, Sheriff Darrell Dix posted a video of Aubrey Jayce Carroll, 17, on Facebook Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 683 days after he left home May 24, 2016, prompting his family to hold a vigil in Gray May 26, 2017.
Lawrence Smith, 59, was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, including one against an officer, terroristic threats, obstruction of an officer and disorderly conduct in the Sunday incident on Annette Avenue
Golf has been a part of Brookstone student Bo Blanchard’s life ever since he could first swing a club. With the way the ninth grader has performed lately, his future in the sport will be a bright one for years to come.