Richmond County sheriff’s deputies are asking the public’s help in identifying three suspects linked to the theft of more than $6,000 worth of cell phones and iPods from the Wal-Mart on Deans Bridge Road.
According to a police bulletin, the three men who appeared to be in their mid-20s entered the store at 1:18 a.m. Tuesday, concealed the items in their clothing and left without paying. They drove away in a white four-door vehicle.
A 25-year-old man has been arrested in the Tuesday armed robbery of Dollar General on Deans Bridge Road.
Deputies were called to the store at 3250 Deans Bridge Road about 9:10 a.m. after a man with a gun demanded cash. A witness saw him running toward Villa Marie apartments afterward. Police set up a perimeter and brought K-9s to track his scent. The suspect was not arrested until the following day.
TROON, Scotland — Phil Mickelson was 16 feet away from a place in history he wouldn't have to share with anyone.
Fans watched from a rooftop balcony. Royal Troon members strained to see out the window from the clubhouse behind the 18th green. Jack Nicklaus usually doesn't watch golf on TV, but he made an exception for this moment.
In 436 majors held over the last 156 years, no one had ever shot 62.
The corporate battle over the control of Augusta television stations will end within 30 days when Media General, which owns ABC-affiliated WJBF, pays $700,000.
The payment is Media General’s settlement of a Federal Communications Commission investigation of its actions to try to stop corporate rival Schurz Communications from selling the NBC-affiliated station WAGT.
PEMBROKE, Ga. — A Louisiana truck driver charged in a fiery interstate crash in Georgia that killed five nursing students last year pleaded guilty Thursday to nine counts, including five counts of first-degree vehicular homicide.
A judge sentenced 56-year-old John Wayne Johnson to five years in prison, plus five on probation. He would have faced up to 93 years if convicted at trial.
The sentence was part of a plea deal with prosecutors.
LOUISVILLE, Ga. -- Searchers combing Jefferson County in recent weeks have found much of the wreckage of the two F-16 fighter jets that crashed last month.
Two larger objects, however, have eluded them -- a pilot’s ejection seat and a windshield canopy.
“Keep in mind that these items may be disfigured from the crash,” an Air Force spokesman said. “If you find anything you believe may be aircraft wreckage, please call 911 and relay the description and location of the items.”