American Contractor from GA Charged as Part of Theft Ring Responsible for Stealing Govt...

A three-count indictment was returned last week charging an American military contractor for her alleged role in a theft ring on a military installation in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

Savannah man indicted for setting fire that damaged city’s Code Enforcement Office

A Savannah man has been indicted for setting a May 3 fire that burned the city’s Code Enforcement Office.

Taxpayers Reminded to be Vigilant as Filing Deadline Approaches

The Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation division and the U.S. Attorney’s Office have issued statements reminding taxpayers of the July 15 filing and payment deadline and warned against an increase in tax and COVID-19 scams.

Prolific Small-Town Meth Dealer Faces Prison Time In Larger Wiretap Case

Grim is facing a minimum mandatory ten years in prison to a maximum life sentence, a maximum fine of $1,000,000 and five years supervised release.

HUD Charges GA Housing Providers with Discriminating Against a Mother, Child with Disabilities

HUD alleges that the apartment complex and its property manager with discrimination for allegedly refusing to grant the reasonable accommodation request of a resident whose son has severe asthma.

American Airlines Mechanic Arraigned on Indictment Charging Cocaine Importation Conspiracy

Over 25 Pounds of Cocaine Recovered from External Compartment of Jetliner

Three Georgia men sentenced to federal prison

In sessions in U.S. District Court in Savannah and Augusta, each of the defendants who previously pled guilty to felony charges received sentences including federal prison terms followed by periods of supervised release

CBP Officers Recover 40 Stolen Vehicles at Savannah Seaport

The hot cars were discovered by CBP officers during outbound enforcement operations and inspection of shipping containers destined for countries such as Ghana, Iraq, Libya and Jordan.

13 People Killed in Fourth of July Holiday Travel Period Crashes

Troopers and local law enforcement investigated 12 fatal traffic crashes resulting in 13 deaths across Georgia during the July Fourth holiday travel period. 

5 Georgians Among 14 Charged With Drug Conspiracy & Related Charges

Five of those charged are from Georgia and a handful of those five are incarcerated in Georgia prisons.