Two of three local soldiers charged with tossing training grenades into a crowd at a Dawson County parking lot this summer have been released on bond.
A Big Canoe woman is out on bond after authorities said she tried to smother her 94-year-old mother-in-law with a pillow at her home last week.
A 19-year-old man from Hall County is in custody on a felony charge after he allegedly ran from authorities at the scene of a one-vehicle wreck in southern Dawson County.
As much as $100,000 in merchandise is reportedly missing from a local outlet store following a remodeling in mid-August.
A former assistant manager of a local retail store was sentenced Friday to more than seven years in federal prison on child pornography charges.
Domestic terrorism charges have been dropped against two local soldiers accused of tossing training grenades into a crowd last month.
A 53-year-old Dawson County man was arrested Monday on charges that he molested a young boy.
Two people face drug charges after an undercover sting Friday afternoon at a local convenience store.
An attorney for one of three Dahlonega soldiers accused of tossing grenade simulators into a Dawsonville crowd earlier this month said his client cannot pay the $200,000 bond a judge set Aug. 19.
Rhonda Randolph is a drug addict.
Charges likely will be filed in connection with a three-vehicle wreck on Hwy. 53 that sent three people to area hospitals Aug. 18.
A judge this morning set a $200,000 bond for soldiers accused of tossing grenade simulators into a Dawsonville crowd earlier this month.
Kim Williams first stepped into the real world of criminal investigations 15 years ago as a young intern.
The basis of Georgia's statewide sex offender registry is an antiquated and inflexible system that contains incomplete, inaccurate and outdated information on sex offenders, according to a recent audit.
Charges continue to mount for three enlisted soldiers who authorities say tossed training grenades into a crowd of people at a local parking lot over the weekend.
A hearing initially set for last week in the state's murder case against a Dawsonville man has been moved to Jan. 21, according to court records.
A local teen arrested last week wearing only his boxer shorts faces numerous charges in connection with an alleged drunken rampage that left cars beat up, windows busted and a mailbox damaged in downtown Dawsonville.
State lawmakers are expected to revisit the handling of misdemeanor probation cases after the Georgia Supreme Court ruling late last year that banned the practice of tolling.
A man wanted in connection with at least two bank heists in Kentucky was arrested Monday, days after authorities say he allegedly robbed the Dawsonville Kroger.
On weekends and spare moments here and there, retiring Juvenile Court Judge Cliff Jolliff chips away at packing up 24 years of mementos and paperwork that fill his office.