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Dade County woman arrested in connection with child hit & run

TRENTON, Ga. — UPDATE: TheDade County Sheriff's Office says the Trenton Police Department have arrested 32-year-old Felicia Gail Tiffin in the connection of the child hit-and-run earlier today.

Tiffin is under "investigative hold" at the Dade County Jail.

Sheriff's Office says charges are pending and no charges have been filed.

Police say they arrested her around 5 p.m. on Brine Lane in Wildwood, Ga.

Read More. (News Channel 9)

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Tunnel Hill police officer arrested

TUNNEL HILL, Ga. — The Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested a Tunnel Hill police officer Wednesday on charges of theft, and violation of oath of office. The GBI says 47-year-old Scott Reneau took money from the Tunnel Hill Police Department's evidence room.The money totaled $37,000 from various traffic stops that Reneau conducted in 2015.

"Unfortunately something went awry here and it's a dark day for us," said Roy Brunson, Tunnel Hill Police Chief. "But it's one of those things that happens and we just have to deal with it."

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7 charged with murder in death of Georgia Lottery winner

FITZGERALD, Ga. — Authorities say seven people have been charged in the shooting death of a recent Georgia Lottery winner.

Ben Hill County Sheriff Bobby McLemore tells WFXL-TVthe seven suspects, who range in age from 17 to 28 years old, all face charges of malice murder, aggravated assault, armed robbery and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

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Georgia Governor vetoes controversial "religious freedom" bill

ATLANTA, Ga. — Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has announced he plans to veto a controversial HB757, known as the "religious freedom" bill, saying "We do not need to discriminate against anyone in order to protect the faith-based community in Georgia."

The measure passed by the state's Republican-controlled legislature, would give faith-based organizations in Georgia the option to deny services to gay people.

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Catoosa Sheriff's Office investigating officer shot in hand

Catoosa County Sheriff Gary Sisk says his department is investigating after one of his officers is shot in the left hand.

Sheriff Sisk says it happened Sunday night on Edgeman Road.

In an email to NewsChannel 9, Sheriff Sisk says the shooting happened during a scuffle over a handgun the suspect had while serving a felony warrant.

Read More. (News Channel 9)

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Trade Day at Tractor Supply in Fort Oglethorpe: Bring your chickens, pigs and goats

 

Did you know that hens sometimes crow? That Silkie chickens make good “broodies”? That button quail are the size of your thumbnail when they hatch?

All this trivia is a bonus from attending Trade Day at Tractor Supply Company in Fort Oglethorpe.

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GNTC to offer free driver’s education classes on Walker County campus

Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) is offering free driver’s education classes on its Walker County campus beginning in April to support and educate young drivers.

Classes are made possible through scholarships from the Georgia Driver’s Education Commission (GDEC) to qualifying students to cover the cost of the course. Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

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GNTC to offer free driver’s education classes on Walker County campus

Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) is offering free driver’s education classes on its Walker County campus beginning in April to support and educate young drivers.

Classes are made possible through scholarships from the Georgia Driver’s Education Commission (GDEC) to qualifying students to cover the cost of the course. Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Catoosa County Crime Stoppers: SUV stolen, Ringgold home burglarized

· Between 10:10 p.m. on March 13 and 7:30 a.m. on March 14, an automobile theft occurred on Wilbanks Road in Tunnel Hill.

The victim told police hers and her husband’s vehicle was stolen from their driveway during the night.

The victim was at work during the late night/early morning hours, but her husband was home the entire night and didn’t see or hear anyone around the vehicle and wasn’t aware it’d been taken until the morning.

The vehicle is a black 2004 Ford Explorer with Ga. tag number TJH618. The vehicle is valued at approximately $8,000.

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CCAC - Panera Fundraising Night

Bring this flyer when you dine with us on Thursday, March 24, and we’ll donate a portion of the proceeds from your purchase to Catoosa Citizens for Animal Care.

It’s a handcrafted, delicious meal, all for a great cause!

Thursday, March 24

4:00 - 8:00 pm at the Panera Bread bakery-cafe at 2620 Battlefield Parkway

Link for flyer: http://www.catt.com/images/ccac-fundraiser.pdf

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