HOME INVADER SENTENCED TO 45 YEARS
August 18, 2016 (Dalton) - Joshua David Cole, 27, formerly of 1700 Westside Circle, Rocky Face, pled guilty today to charges of robbery, burglary, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, and exploitation and intimidation of an elder person (MORE...).
HARVEY SENTENCED TO 25 YEARS WITHOUT PAROLE FOR BURGLARY, THEFTS
August 5, 2016 (Dalton) - Reginald Charles Harvey (47), formerly of 1010-B N. Larchmont Ave, Chattanooga, TN, was sentenced today to serve 25 years without the possibility of parole for a residential burglary which occurred on October 15, 2014 on Wildwood Drive (MORE...).
SANDOVAL PLEADS GUILTY TO AGGRAVATED CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
August 4, 2016 (Dalton) - Jesus Sandoval (45) formerly of 313 Carol Joyce Drive in Dalton entered a guilty plea today to aggravated cruelty to animals (MORE...).
BULLY SENTENCED TO MULTIPLE LIFE SENTENCES PLUS 50 YEARS FOR RAPE, AGGRAVATED SODOMY, SEXUAL ASSAULT
June 30, 2016 (Chatsworth) - Jeffery Dewayne Bully (45), formerly of 1010 Bracket Ridge Road, Chatsworth, Georgia, was sentenced today to serve four life sentences without the possibility of parole, three of which were ordered to be served consecutively plus an additional 50 years by Superior Court Judge Cindy Morris (MORE...).
SENATOR CHARLIE BETHEL RECOGNIZED BY GEORGIA PROSECUTORS
May 9, 2016 (Dalton) - State Senator Charlie Bethel, whose 54th district covers Whitfield and Murray Counties, was recognized today by the District Attorney’s Association of Georgia for his work in the General Assembly supporting prosecutors and crime victims (MORE...).
As District Attorney, I represent the State of Georgia and the people of Murray and Whitfield Counties in all criminal cases in Superior Court as well as in delinquency actions in the Juvenile Courts of both counties. Through the efforts of my dedicated staff, the District Attorney’s Office prosecutes criminal conduct and defends the rights of victims while ensuring that everyone is treated fairly by the criminal justice process and while maintaining the highest standards of professionalism.
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