Georgia’s 11th Circuit upholds a district court ruling that ex-Harris County Deputy Thomas Pierson’s entitled to no immunity in the 2015 death of Nicholas Dyksma, who died after his arrest in a police chase.
Macon Regional Crimestoppers is looking for Randall A. Nesmith, Eddie L. Grissom, Holly Carpenter, Nathan T. Johnson, Anthony Frizalone, Christopher J. Jackson, and is offering cash rewards for information.
John Martin Morath III, of Kathleen, Georgia, was charged with rape and aggravated sodomy after he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman incapacitated by GHB, a date-rape drug, according to arrest warrants.
This week’s Telegraph crime blotter features the sentencing of a Covington, Georgia, man who was caught by the police after he was said to have broken into a Macon law office in the middle of the night.
Our weekly local crime blotter, the Cop Shop, this week features the story of a shoplifting suspect who allegedly went on a stealing spree at the Mulberry Streets Arts & Crafts Festival in downtown Macon, Ga.
Serial bank robber Iconic Facce is accused of robbing BanCorp South in Gulfport, MS. Facce is a transgender woman who authorities say is using some of the stolen money for gender reassignment surgery in Mexico.
Former Long Beach MS police officer Cassie Barker is sentenced to prison for causing the hot-car death of 3-year-old daughter Cheyenne Hyer. Barker was having sex with supervisor Clark Ladner while Cheyenne died.
Steven Charles Vanbibber of Macon, Georgia was sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to 36 counts of sexual exploitation of children. He admitted having 30 child porn photos on his cellphone.
Gary Lee, economic development director for the city of Warner Robins GA, was arrested upon indictment on a felony charge of giving a false statement to a sheriff’s investigator during a criminal investigation.
Macon Regional Crimestoppers is looking for Gordon M. Augustine, Quantorious D. Adams, Vincent T. Goodrum, Tabius T. Simmons, Cory B. Stubs and Tyreek Bowers-Rivera, and is offering cash rewards for information.
Navicent Health announced March 22, 2019, a cyber attack that targeted its employee email system. The hack occurred sometime in July 2018 and it was realized in January that personal information may have been compromised.
Jace Jenkins, the killer of Stewart Leslie Gordon Jr. on Halloween night in Macon in 2017, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter Tuesday in Bibb County Superior Court. Jenkins, 22, had faced murder charges.