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    Aaron West Joiner, 29, was sentenced to 20 years, 10 of them in prison Feb. 2, 2017, in Bibb County Superior Court in connection with a string of 2013 Macon burglaries and two police chases. He told his victims he's sorry, that he suffers from PTSD and drug addiction and "whenever you're fueled by drugs you don't really have a thought process." Video by Amy Leigh Womack

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Man says deputies told him to decapitate dog or go to jail 2:04

Man says deputies told him to decapitate dog or go to jail

This is the proper way to check a dead animal for rabies 1:27

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Second man charged in east Macon Halloween homicide 1:14

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Cold case warms up as 1984 murder victim is identified 1:56

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Watch this blighted Village Green home get torn down 0:59

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Police dog does push-ups with Alabama officers 0:08

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  • Cop Shop Podcast: Shoplifter crams "mass quantities" in pants

    This episode of the Cop Shop Podcast, our audio journey into Macon-area police report oddities, includes the story of a man who shoplifted $500 worth of Family Dollar merchandise and slogged out with the stuff "hidden" in his pants. This episode also features an item about a guy arrested after asking to go for a swim in a woman's pond. Another segment tells of a 911 call about a "large dog." Narrated by Telegraph reporter Joe Kovac Jr. on Dec. 12, 2017.