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.
Two men are facing life in prison after a jury convicted them of murder today in the 2012 robbery and homicide of Columbus barber Charlie Artis.The jury reached its verdict about 11 a.m. after three hours’ deliberation. Judge Art Smith III set the sentencing of Donteviouse Doleman and Edward Lee for 3 p.m. Wednesday. Demetrice Scott, the codefendant who made a plea deal to testify against them, is to be sentenced at 10 a.m.
Jury delivers guilty verdict in murder trial
Lead prosecutor to jury: "Ladies and gentleman, this is the murder weapon"
Update: Trial continues this morning in barber's homicide
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