Shia LaBeouf was arrested early Saturday. Bodycam footage from Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department officers show LaBeouf acting belligerent during his arrest. Note: This footage has been edited for length and clarity.
A 15-year-old crashed a car into the duplex that Johnathan Stroud owns and rents on Dublin Avenue early Friday. Stroud was dubious of the mom's explanation to sheriff's deputies that she was teaching her daughter to drive when the crash occurred.
The chain’s CEO said the plan is to liquidate all U.S. stores, and likely those in Australia, France, Poland, Portugal and Spain. Stores in Canada, central Europe and Japan would remain open for potential buyers for those assets.
This episode of the Cop Shop Podcast, our audio journey into Macon-area police report oddities, includes a couple of bizarre burglaries, an online romance gone awry, and Yeti cooler caper. Narrated by Telegraph reporter Joe Kovac Jr. March 22, 2018.
Macon's Urban Development Authority has contracted with Lanier Parking Meter Services to install parking meters and manage and enforce all downtown parking. The meters are expected to be installed by the end of May 2018.
Central High School is one of three schools in the Bibb County district that is piloting a "bring your own device" policy. The district is working on a district-wide initiative, which would allow students to use their personal electronics when teachers' lesson plans call for them.
Macon-Bibb County Commissioner Al Tillman speaks to the media at an OLOST press conference Monday after noon at the Macon-Bibb County Government Center. Tillman along with commissioners Elaine Lucas, Larry Schlesinger and Virgil Watkins pleaded Monday for the local state leaders to agree on legislation that would enable residents to vote on a 1 percent other local option sales tax.
This episode of the Cop Shop Podcast, our audio journey into Macon-area police report oddities, includes a DUI suspect peeing his pants, a Rite Aide shoplifting, and a brass-knuckle brawl. Narrated by Telegraph reporter Joe Kovac Jr. March 16, 2018.