BREAKING: Georgia Supreme Court upholds Dawson County man’s conviction for Hannah Bender’s 2019 murder
The district attorney recognized the "horrific” nature of Bender’s death, thanking those involved in the judicial process and stating that “justice was well served” in the case.
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New developments in missing mans case emerge
A-Cold Cases Walls MUG
New developments in the case of missing man Quinton Jimmy Walls have investigators following a cold trail that started when Walls was reported missing on June 8, 2015. His truck was found abandoned in Dawson Forest, and investigators at the time saw no evidence of foul play. As Walls 52nd birthday passes, the sheriffs office have renewed hope that new information could lead to answers for Walls family. - photo by For the Dawson County News
Dawson County investigators say they're putting fresh eyes on three local cases that have left many stupefied and searching fruitlessly for answers. One case, that of missing 52-year-old Quinton "Jimmy" Walls, has been on the sheriff's office radar since his truck was found abandoned in Dawson Forest over a year and a half ago. Walls was last heard from on June 6, 2015, when he spoke by phone to his daughter about meeting at church the next morning.