January 23, 2008 RSS feed / For The Record

Medics find suspected drugs in patient's sock

An injured driver will probably face drug charges after the emergency medical staff at the Medical College of Georgia found a cocaine-like substance in her sock. More...

Florida murder suspect captured in Waynesboro

A Florida murder suspect was captured inside a Waynesboro residence last Thursday. According to Waynesboro Police Chief Karl E. More...

Burke County Sheriff

The following arrests were reported by the Burke County Sheriff 's Office for the past week: Friday, Jan. More...

Truck, equipment stolen from landfill

The office at the county landfill was trashed when someone broke into the facility to steal a pickup truck and several pieces of office equipment. More...

Drugs found at Plant Vogtle

A contract worker at Vogtle Electric Generating Plant stumbled onto a stash of drugs at the site last Thursday. More...

Jurors drawn for Superior Court

Jurors have been drawn for the October 2007 term of Superior Court criminal session with Judge Carl C. Brown Jr. presiding. Jurors are to report 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 28. More...

SFC Bennett retires

Waynesboro resident Charles Bennett has retired from his longtime post at the Georgia State Patrol. Fellow troopers from Post 21 in Sylvania will honor SFC Bennett next Saturday, Feb. More...

From the Blotter

Watch and learn A Waynesboro man was charged with shoplifting after a store employee saw him hide his loot in a nearby storage shed. More...

Driver sentenced for death of teen

The parents of a deceased Burke County football star asked the court for mercy on the woman responsible for his death. More...

Waynesboro Police

The following arrests were reported by the Waynesboro Police Department for the past week: Friday, Jan. More...

Correction

Due to a reporter's error, an incorrect name was published in last week's Blotter. In a brief entitled "Noted thief," the victim's name, Vertis Ann Strickland, was inadvertently used in place of the offender's. More...

Two men jailed for sex crimes against children

Deputies arrested two Burke County men last week, both accused of committing sex crimes against children. More...

Corporate compliance services not required by government

Local businesses have been targeted by a ploy that has hit corporations statewide. A private company, Georgia Corporate Compliance, has been mailing offers to help businesses comply with certain requirements in the Georgia Corporations More...