Fired, prosecuted and acquitted on charges of revealing coworkers’ private information while reporting alleged wrongdoing in the Muscogee Sheriff’s Office, former sheriff’s employee Regina Millirons is suing the city for more than $4 million on claims it violated Georgia’s Whistleblower Act.
The memorial and funeral service is today shooting victim Deonn Carter. The Columbus Police Department led the funeral procession from the family's home to Cascade Hills Church for the 1pm memorial service. We'll have more comprehensive coverage later today at www.ledger-enquirer.com and in the Saturday print edition of The Ledger-Enquirer.
Mike HaskeyThe Ledger-Enquirer
Columbus Police lead funeral procession for Deonn Carter
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