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Texas to Georgia drug trafficker indicted, hiding 4.5 kilos of heroin in car battery

Texas to Georgia drug trafficker indicted, hiding 4.5 kilos of heroin in car battery

Scammers in GA Posing as Government Officials Con Consumers Out of Thousands of Dollars

Victims of these scams report receiving a call purporting to be from the local police, State Attorney General, Social Security Administration or FBI informing them that their Social Security number has been linked to drug trafficking and money laundering.

GA man sentenced for smuggling cocaine in children’s toys through ATL

The men routinely shipped their drugs from Puerto Rico to Atlanta through the U.S. mail hidden inside children’s toys and cans of powdered milk, and laundered their drug money using a car rental company and an elaborate scheme involving hundreds of money orders.

DOT Announces Special Committee to Review FAA’s Aircraft Certification Process

The Special Committee to Review FAA’s Aircraft Certification Process is an independent body whose findings and recommendations will be presented directly to the Secretary and the FAA Administrator.

Georgia Men Indicted for Check Cashing Scheme Targeting Banks

Each defendant is charged with one count of conspiring to commit bank fraud, three counts of bank fraud, and three counts of aggravated identity theft.

PSA: A Timely Reminder to Share The Road

In 2018, there were 143 motorcyclists killed in traffic crashes in Georgia, a six-percent increase from 137 in 2017. Those deaths account for 14 percent of the total highway fatalities that year.

FAA Highlights Changes for Recreational Drones

While recreational flyers may continue to fly below 400 feet in uncontrolled airspace without specific certification or operating authority from the FAA, they are now required to obtain prior authorization from the FAA before flying in controlled airspace around airports.

U.S. Department of Labor Seeks to Prevent Georgia Roadway Worksite Injuries through Safety Stand-Down...

The stand-downs encourage employers at Georgia construction sites to stop work voluntarily from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. EDT, on a day during that week to review best safety practices, and discuss struck-by hazards.

Social Networking App Musical.ly Agrees to Settle Allegations That it Violated Children’s Privacy Law

App bans children from the popular lip-syncing app after $5.7 million fine