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Savannah River Site leader moving to U.S. Department of Energy's Los Alamos, N.M. cleanup office

Latest from The Augusta Chronicle - Mon, 07/20/2015 - 4:27pm

A top U.S. Department of Energy leader at Savannah River Site has been reassigned to a new position at the Los Alamos Field Office in New Mexico.

Douglas Hintze was named manager of DOE’s environmental management Los Alamos Field Office, according to the department. Since September 2012, he served as assistant manager for mission support at SRS.

Hintze has more than 22 years experience working for DOE. The Los Alamos Field Office was created in March during a transition of responsibility for cleanup activities at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Woman accused of leaving children unattended to go to bar

Latest from The Augusta Chronicle - Mon, 07/20/2015 - 12:57pm

 

A Florida mother was arrested early Monday after leaving three children unattended at Waffle House while she went drinking at Wild Wing Cafe, police said.

Police were called to the Waffle House at 3042 Washington Road about midnight Sunday after employees and customers reported that two 12-year-olds and an 11-year-old had been left alone at the restaurant and were crying in the parking lot.

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Augusta man, 82, arrested for child molestation

Latest from The Augusta Chronicle - Mon, 07/20/2015 - 12:54pm

An 82-year-old man was arrested after he was caught performing oral sex on a teenage girl on Saturday.

A Richmond County sheriff’s deputy was called to Lace Lane around 2:30 p.m. for a suspicious vehicle parked in a wooded area.

According to an incident report, the deputy found Ervin Ray Turner Sr., of Oak Ridge Drive, standing outside his truck in only black loafers and white underwear while performing oral sex on a female inside the vehicle.

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