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Christopher Keith Calmer, a Monroe County man charged with murder in the 2014 fatal shooting of Monroe County Sheriff's Office deputy Michael Norris, erupted into tears Thursday as his ex-wife, Samantha Peterson, testified about the end of their marriage. Amy Leigh Womack The Telegraph

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    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.