Authorities have made an arrest in one of Georgia's oldest unsolved murders, that of a 5-year-old girl found encased in concrete and dumped in woods in Southeast Georgia's Ware County in 1988.
Atlanta's police chief has fired an officer who shocked a 62-year-old Black deacon with a stun gun during a dispute over a traffic ticket, leading to the man's death. Atlanta Police Chief Darin Schierbaum said Tuesday that Officer Kiran Kimbrough didn't follow department procedures Aug. 10 when he didn't wait until a supervisor arrived to arrest Johnny Hollman Sr.
An autopsy has found that the death of a 62-year-old church deacon who was electrically shocked by an Atlanta police officer was a homicide. Johnny Hollman became unresponsive on Aug. 10 while being arrested after a minor car crash.
Gov. Brian Kemp has promoted the head of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Investigative Division to director of the GBI.
The director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is returning to a former job after less than a year at the helm of the state agency.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The House sent a debt ceiling bill to the Senate, though four of Georgia’s representatives voted against it. Meanwhile, the GBI and APD arrested three protestors who were raising bail funds for anti-“Cop City” activists. And election denier Kari Lake leads Georgia’s GOP convention.
The family of a Georgia woman who died last year after she fell from a moving patrol car has filed a civil rights lawsuit. The lawsuit announced Wednesday says sheriff's deputies improperly arrested her and ultimately caused her death.
DeKalb County Medical Examiner released the official autopsy report for Manuel Paez Terán, the activist killed during a law enforcement raid in the South Atlanta forest. Attorneys for the family said they need the whole story.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is moving the headquarters of the Middle Georgia branch of the state’s Gang Task Force into a fortress-like Macon-Bibb County government building known by many simply as “The Castle.”
Gov. Brian Kemp and first lady Marty Kemp gave an update on Georgia's anti-human trafficking efforts on Tuesday.
Police arrested over 30 people Sunday and charged 23 with domestic terrorism after protestors at the proposed police training facility southeast of downtown Atlanta set fire to vehicles including a police car and construction equipment. Several Atlanta faith leaders gathered Monday afternoon at City Hall demanding the city stop construction of the new public safety training center.
Thursday on Political Rewind: During a police clearing of a proposed Atlanta training facility, a Georgia state trooper was shot and a protestor was shot and killed. Few details are currently public and the GBI is investigating the site.
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A recent warning from the Drug Enforcement Agency about brightly colored pills containing fentanyl has some parents worried about Halloween. While the Georgia Bureau of Investigation has not received any reports of the pills here, law enforcement partners have seized them in 26 states since August.
The number of civilians killed in officer-involved shootings in 2022 has already risen to last year's total.
A former chief magistrate judge in Pickens County has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for corruption, Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr announced Thursday.