Two major federal prosecutions in the Southern District of Georgia have shut down animal fighting operations and resulted in felony and misdemeanor charges. The investigations involve more than 200 potential defendants.
The EPA says these products are unregistered, misbranded, or restricted-use pesticides, and pesticide devices that make false or misleading claims.
During an investigation, officers recovered three spent explosives and a flare gun.
The scheme included the purchase and resale of upwards of 100 firearms.
She has been charged with conspiratorial bribery, bribery, and tax evasion in connection with money and other items of value that she accepted from a former contractor.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says it was unaware that Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard planned to file charges against the officers involved in the Rayshard Brooks case while the agency was still conducting its investigation.
The second officer on the scene, who has been charged as well, has agreed to testify against now-former officer Rolfe. He was given a reduced bond in exchange for his cooperation.
The theft charges total more than $26,000 and span from metro Atlanta to the far corner of southwest Georgia.
The defendant is charged with knowingly selling a fraudulent product during the COVID-19 public health emergency in order to make a profit
Seven defendants charged in various illegal firearm and high-volume drug cases admitted their guilt during change of plea hearings this week in Athens federal court.