Here is the latest arrest report from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office for Tuesday, July 17, 2018:
The Summerville Recreation Center will begin registration for FOOTBALL, CHEERLEADING and SOCCER on July 23 and will continue through Saturday, August 11.
The Friends of James H. “Sloppy” Floyd State Park will host a BBQ and Ice Cream lunch this weekend, Saturday, July 21, from 11 AM until 1 PM.
A Long Hollow Road, Trion woman reported the theft of a firearm to the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office over the past weekend.
According to the FBI, the state of Georgia has a gang crisis. Federal officials say that street gangs are responsible for about forty-eight percent of violent crimes in the majority of jurisdictions in the state and up to ninety percent in other areas.
– Lisa Ann Millican
The family of Lisa Ann Millican, a thirteen-year-old-girl who was kidnapped in Rome in 1982 and tortured and murdered at Little River Canyon, says that they are asking lawmakers to adopt “Lisa’s Law”. The bill would give more rights to victims of violent crimes and their families, in honor of Lisa Ann Millican.
A Summerville woman told a Chattooga County sheriff’s deputy that she had been the victim of cell phone fraud, after discovering that someone had opened an unauthorized account in her name several years ago without her knowledge or permission.
A Summerville man was arrested on Friday with an outstanding warrant after he was stopped on Highway 48 by a Chattooga County Sheriff’s deputy.
With just days to go before the July 24th run-off election, voters have until Friday of this week to vote early.
Calhoun Police have released more information regarding the discovery of two bodies within an hour of each other Sunday at separate ends of the city.