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Fantasy 5 - 09/16/2014

Georgia Lottery - Wed, 9/17/2014 12:00 AM
18-29-31-32-33 Estimated Jackpot: $150,000
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Evans woman escapes house fire unharmed

An Evans woman wasn’t injured Tuesday morning after trying to extinguish a blaze that extensively damaged her home.

Carolyn Culbreath, 78, called 911 just before 9 a.m. when she noticed smoke inside her home on River Lane.

“I saw smoke coming from the bedroom wall and I was upstairs,” Culbreath said. “I came on outside, I got the hose and tried to get up there.”

Columbia County Fire Rescue units responded and extinguished the blaze. The fire is believed to have begun in the attic, but the exact cause is under investigation accoring to Batt. Chief Danny Kuhlmann.

Firefighters dealt with no accessible fire plug by shuttling water to the fire using trucks.

“That’s not a problem, we train for that,” said Batt. Chief Jimmie Paschal.

 

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Evans woman escapes house fire unharmed

An Evans woman wasn’t injured Tuesday morning after trying to extinguish a blaze that extensively damaged her home.

Carolyn Culbreath, 78, called 911 just before 9 a.m. when she noticed smoke inside her home on River Lane.

“I saw smoke coming from the bedroom wall and I was upstairs,” Culbreath said. “I came on outside, I got the hose and tried to get up there.”

Columbia County Fire Rescue units responded and extinguished the blaze. The fire is believed to have begun in the attic, but the exact cause is under investigation accoring to Batt. Chief Danny Kuhlmann.

Firefighters dealt with no accessible fire plug by shuttling water to the fire using trucks.

“That’s not a problem, we train for that,” said Batt. Chief Jimmie Paschal.

 

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Fantasy 5 - 09/15/2014

Georgia Lottery - Tue, 9/16/2014 12:00 AM
02-07-08-18-39 Estimated Jackpot: $100,000
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Decades of Dollars - 09/15/2014

Georgia Lottery - Tue, 9/16/2014 12:00 AM
10-17-37-42-46-47
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School officials make two administrative appointments

Columbia County school officials made two administrative appointments this week, which resulted in changes in leadership at two schools.

Don Brigdon, who had served as Evans High School principal for the past 13 years was named as the county’s school system’s Hearing Officer and director of Discipline and School Climate.

Brigdon replaces John L. Padgett Jr., who resigned Aug. 25 after being placed on administrative leave.

Padgett, 52, was arrested on Aug. 22 and charged with failure to report suspected child abuse. On Aug. 9, a 17-year-old girl told Columbia County deputies that Padgett and another family member had sexually abused her since she was 15. Padgett has not been charged with any crimes related to the girl’s accusations, but Columbia County sheriff’s Capt. Steve Morris said Padgett’s job legally requires him to report any suspected child abuse.

According to a press release, Brigdon was selected in part because “his administrative knowledge and experience will be a welcomed support to system efforts to maintain a positive, safe environment for students and employees.”

Replacing Brigdon at Evans High will be Evans Middle School Principal Michael Johnson. Johnson has served in that role for nine years, a press release said.
Schools Superintendent Sandra Carraway said the administrative appointment was made because the need to fill the position was urgent.

“We have been without a hearing officer for several weeks and needed to fill that position,” she said in an e-mail. “The board doesn’t meet for another week, and waiting would delay further the subsequent new hires we will have.”

Carraway said she will ask school board members to give official approval of her appointments at the next meeting on Sept. 23.

Moving Johnson to Evans High will leave an opening at Evans Middle that the school system will move to fill as soon as possible. Officials hope to have a new principal by Oct. 1, when Brigdon and Johnson take on their new official duties.

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School officials make two administrative appointments

Columbia County school officials made two administrative appointments this week, which resulted in changes in leadership at two schools.

Don Brigdon, who had served as Evans High School principal for the past 13 years was named as the county’s school system’s Hearing Officer and director of Discipline and School Climate.

Brigdon replaces John L. Padgett Jr., who resigned Aug. 25 after being placed on administrative leave.

Padgett, 52, was arrested on Aug. 22 and charged with failure to report suspected child abuse. On Aug. 9, a 17-year-old girl told Columbia County deputies that Padgett and another family member had sexually abused her since she was 15. Padgett has not been charged with any crimes related to the girl’s accusations, but Columbia County sheriff’s Capt. Steve Morris said Padgett’s job legally requires him to report any suspected child abuse.

According to a press release, Brigdon was selected in part because “his administrative knowledge and experience will be a welcomed support to system efforts to maintain a positive, safe environment for students and employees.”

Replacing Brigdon at Evans High will be Evans Middle School Principal Michael Johnson. Johnson has served in that role for nine years, a press release said.
Schools Superintendent Sandra Carraway said the administrative appointment was made because the need to fill the position was urgent.

“We have been without a hearing officer for several weeks and needed to fill that position,” she said in an e-mail. “The board doesn’t meet for another week, and waiting would delay further the subsequent new hires we will have.”

Carraway said she will ask school board members to give official approval of her appointments at the next meeting on Sept. 23.

Moving Johnson to Evans High will leave an opening at Evans Middle that the school system will move to fill as soon as possible. Officials hope to have a new principal by Oct. 1, when Brigdon and Johnson take on their new official duties.

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Columbia County Bookings Sept 8-15

Spotted - Mon, 9/15/2014 11:38 AM


Columbia County Bookings Sept 8-15
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Fantasy 5 - 09/14/2014

Georgia Lottery - Mon, 9/15/2014 12:00 AM
12-21-24-34-39 Estimated Jackpot: $336,000
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Police Blotter, Sept. 14, 2014

The following accounts were taken from Columbia County Sheriff’s Office incident reports:

More suspicious people seen on Appling road

Residents on an Appling road reported suspicious people lurking near their homes.

Seven residents of one home on Jacqueline Drive told deputies Monday that they were trying to find a person who trespassed on a neighbor’s property at about 8 p.m. They said the person ran toward another home and into a wooded area near an abandoned home.

Two deputies went into the woods and cleared the abandoned house after seeing a flashlight moving in the woods. They did not find anyone. The residents spread out on the road to help track the person’s movements. While the deputies were in the woods, the residents said they saw two other lights in the woods at the end of the road and a third was seen behind a nearby home.

The trespassing reports have become a trend during the past two weeks. Other residents on the same road reported an attempted forced entry into one home, and another reported a stranger standing on his porch. The incidents usually happen late at night. The person has been able to flee the area, possibly by vehicle, before deputies arrive.

The homeowner of the house that reported the attempted burglary called authorities again Tuesday after chasing a man from his yard. He said he chased the stranger at about 10 p.m. behind his house, down a trail that leads to the end of Bumpus Road and into nearby woods. The man said he stopped chasing the person when he lost sight of him in the woods.

Students share explicit photos

A coach at Augusta Christian School called authorities Monday stating an obscene photograph has been circulating electronically around the student body.

The coach said two photos were edited to be in the same image, side by side. The first is of a woman resembling a 17-year-old female student performing oral sex on a man. The second is a photo of the student. A classmate said she was sent the picture by another student asking whether it was the teen in the photo performing the sexual act. The student who sent the photo said she got them both from Instagram. The teen’s classmate said she forwarded it to one student.

The student who received the photo said she was walking back with a friend from a tennis match when the subject of the photo came up. The teen who originally received the photo then showed it to her two classmates and asked that the photo be forwarded to the teen to verify whether the photo was of her.

The teen received the picture from her classmate and said it was not her in the explicit photograph.

Worker for tree service makes illegal charge

A Martinez woman called authorities Tuesday after discovering a tree service company foreman stole her payment.

The 71-year-old woman said she hired a company to remove some trees from her property on Aug. 21. She wrote a $1,000 check as payment and gave it to the foreman.

She then found an unauthorized charge to her bank account of $284.93 to Suddenlink Inc. in the foreman’s name.

The foreman has since been fired from the company and couldn’t be reached for comment.

Woman tries to use fake money to post bond

A Columbia County sheriff’s sergeant told a deputy Monday that a women tried to use counterfeit money to bond out a family member.

The sergeant said that at about 3:30 p.m. a woman came to the Columbia County Detention Center in Appling to post bond for a family member. The $50 she tried to use did not show the proper color when marked with a counterfeit-detecting pen.

The woman said she got the cash from an ATM at her bank that day.

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Police Blotter, Sept. 14, 2014

The following accounts were taken from Columbia County Sheriff’s Office incident reports:

More suspicious people seen on Appling road

Residents on an Appling road reported suspicious people lurking near their homes.

Seven residents of one home on Jacqueline Drive told deputies Monday that they were trying to find a person who trespassed on a neighbor’s property at about 8 p.m. They said the person ran toward another home and into a wooded area near an abandoned home.

Two deputies went into the woods and cleared the abandoned house after seeing a flashlight moving in the woods. They did not find anyone. The residents spread out on the road to help track the person’s movements. While the deputies were in the woods, the residents said they saw two other lights in the woods at the end of the road and a third was seen behind a nearby home.

The trespassing reports have become a trend during the past two weeks. Other residents on the same road reported an attempted forced entry into one home, and another reported a stranger standing on his porch. The incidents usually happen late at night. The person has been able to flee the area, possibly by vehicle, before deputies arrive.

The homeowner of the house that reported the attempted burglary called authorities again Tuesday after chasing a man from his yard. He said he chased the stranger at about 10 p.m. behind his house, down a trail that leads to the end of Bumpus Road and into nearby woods. The man said he stopped chasing the person when he lost sight of him in the woods.

Students share explicit photos

A coach at Augusta Christian School called authorities Monday stating an obscene photograph has been circulating electronically around the student body.

The coach said two photos were edited to be in the same image, side by side. The first is of a woman resembling a 17-year-old female student performing oral sex on a man. The second is a photo of the student. A classmate said she was sent the picture by another student asking whether it was the teen in the photo performing the sexual act. The student who sent the photo said she got them both from Instagram. The teen’s classmate said she forwarded it to one student.

The student who received the photo said she was walking back with a friend from a tennis match when the subject of the photo came up. The teen who originally received the photo then showed it to her two classmates and asked that the photo be forwarded to the teen to verify whether the photo was of her.

The teen received the picture from her classmate and said it was not her in the explicit photograph.

Worker for tree service makes illegal charge

A Martinez woman called authorities Tuesday after discovering a tree service company foreman stole her payment.

The 71-year-old woman said she hired a company to remove some trees from her property on Aug. 21. She wrote a $1,000 check as payment and gave it to the foreman.

She then found an unauthorized charge to her bank account of $284.93 to Suddenlink Inc. in the foreman’s name.

The foreman has since been fired from the company and couldn’t be reached for comment.

Woman tries to use fake money to post bond

A Columbia County sheriff’s sergeant told a deputy Monday that a women tried to use counterfeit money to bond out a family member.

The sergeant said that at about 3:30 p.m. a woman came to the Columbia County Detention Center in Appling to post bond for a family member. The $50 she tried to use did not show the proper color when marked with a counterfeit-detecting pen.

The woman said she got the cash from an ATM at her bank that day.

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School lunch menu

Monday

Cheese or pepperoni pizza

Cheese and fruit plate

PB&J sandwich

Steamed corn

Romaine garden salad

Chocolate chip cookie

Seasonal fresh fruit

Tuesday

Chicken sliders

Ham chef salad

Yogurt snack pack

Sweet potato fries

Steamed peas

Chilled pears

Oatmeal bar

Wednesday

Flatbread pizza

Cheese quesadilla, nachos

PB&J sandwich

Beans

Fresh fruit

Thursday (Early Release)

Ham and cheese sandwich

PB&J sandwich

Yogurt snack pack

Fresh fruit, vegetables

Friday

Chicken nuggets, roll

Shrimp and fish

PB&J sandwich

Mashed potatoes

Fruit, vegetables

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School lunch menu

Monday

Cheese or pepperoni pizza

Cheese and fruit plate

PB&J sandwich

Steamed corn

Romaine garden salad

Chocolate chip cookie

Seasonal fresh fruit

Tuesday

Chicken sliders

Ham chef salad

Yogurt snack pack

Sweet potato fries

Steamed peas

Chilled pears

Oatmeal bar

Wednesday

Flatbread pizza

Cheese quesadilla, nachos

PB&J sandwich

Beans

Fresh fruit

Thursday (Early Release)

Ham and cheese sandwich

PB&J sandwich

Yogurt snack pack

Fresh fruit, vegetables

Friday

Chicken nuggets, roll

Shrimp and fish

PB&J sandwich

Mashed potatoes

Fruit, vegetables

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Sports Calendar for Sunday, September 14, 2014.

Baseball Tournament

• The 12U Little Big League Showdown is September 27 and September 28 at the Augusta Greenjackets’ stadium. Call Adrian McCladdie at
(706) 288-8511.

Golf Tournament

• The 4th Annual September Swing Golf Tournament sponsored by Marvin United Methodist Church and the Mikey Foundation is September 27 at Gordon Lakes on Fort Gordon; 1 p.m.; Cost is $280 per team with meals and prizes included and sponsorships are
available. Call Sandy Leathers at
(706) 833-4093 or Margaret Olmstead at (706) 210-0893.

• Young Life Augusta is sponsoring the 3rd Annual Robert L. Shanks Memorial Golf Tournament, on September 29,
beginning at 8 a.m. at Champions Retreat.
The two-man team best ball event will be played on all three courses – Jack Nicklaus (Bluff), Arnold Palmer (Island) and Gary Player (Creek). Cost is $500 per two-man team or $250 per individual and all proceeds will support the ministry of Young Life, a Christian outreach
ministry to high school students. Call
(706) 733-2507 or visit
www.augusta.younglife.org.

Swim Lessons

Join the Family Y in continuing your swimming prowess with specific training in endurance and stroke work. Swimmers must be able to swim 50 yards of the freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke. Session dates are August 19-September 12, September 16-October 10, October 14-November 6, November 11-December 12. Practices are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and Fridays from 5-6 p.m. Cost is $55 for members and $85 for non-members. Contact Chris Pinto at cpinto@thefamilyy.org or (706) 922-9618.

Tryouts

• The Georgia Rockers fastpitch softball organization has open tryouts for the 2014-2015 seasons for the 12U, 16U and 18U teams on Sunday at Patriots Park at 2 p.m. Contact Ike Branch at (706) 373-9581 or i1branch@comcast.net.

• The 10U Augusta Braves travel baseball team is seeking experienced, team oriented players for the upcoming 2014-2015 season. Players must be born between May 1, 2004 and April 30, 2005. Call Wesley Teston at (706) 306-4791.

• The 11U Augusta River Bandits travel baseball team is seeking experienced, team oriented players for the upcoming 2014-2015 season. Players must be born between May 1, 2003 and April 30, 2004. Call Daniel Dykstra at (678) 358-8645.

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Sports Calendar for Sunday, September 14, 2014.

Baseball Tournament

• The 12U Little Big League Showdown is September 27 and September 28 at the Augusta Greenjackets’ stadium. Call Adrian McCladdie at
(706) 288-8511.

Golf Tournament

• The 4th Annual September Swing Golf Tournament sponsored by Marvin United Methodist Church and the Mikey Foundation is September 27 at Gordon Lakes on Fort Gordon; 1 p.m.; Cost is $280 per team with meals and prizes included and sponsorships are
available. Call Sandy Leathers at
(706) 833-4093 or Margaret Olmstead at (706) 210-0893.

• Young Life Augusta is sponsoring the 3rd Annual Robert L. Shanks Memorial Golf Tournament, on September 29,
beginning at 8 a.m. at Champions Retreat.
The two-man team best ball event will be played on all three courses – Jack Nicklaus (Bluff), Arnold Palmer (Island) and Gary Player (Creek). Cost is $500 per two-man team or $250 per individual and all proceeds will support the ministry of Young Life, a Christian outreach
ministry to high school students. Call
(706) 733-2507 or visit
www.augusta.younglife.org.

Swim Lessons

Join the Family Y in continuing your swimming prowess with specific training in endurance and stroke work. Swimmers must be able to swim 50 yards of the freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke. Session dates are August 19-September 12, September 16-October 10, October 14-November 6, November 11-December 12. Practices are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. and Fridays from 5-6 p.m. Cost is $55 for members and $85 for non-members. Contact Chris Pinto at cpinto@thefamilyy.org or (706) 922-9618.

Tryouts

• The Georgia Rockers fastpitch softball organization has open tryouts for the 2014-2015 seasons for the 12U, 16U and 18U teams on Sunday at Patriots Park at 2 p.m. Contact Ike Branch at (706) 373-9581 or i1branch@comcast.net.

• The 10U Augusta Braves travel baseball team is seeking experienced, team oriented players for the upcoming 2014-2015 season. Players must be born between May 1, 2004 and April 30, 2005. Call Wesley Teston at (706) 306-4791.

• The 11U Augusta River Bandits travel baseball team is seeking experienced, team oriented players for the upcoming 2014-2015 season. Players must be born between May 1, 2003 and April 30, 2004. Call Daniel Dykstra at (678) 358-8645.

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Prep Calendar for Sunday, September 14, 2014.

Thursday, Sept. 18
Greenbrier County Meet at Wildwood Park, 5:30 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 20
Augusta Prep at Lexington, 9 a.m.

(all games 7:30 p.m.)

Friday, Sept. 19

Augusta Christian at Cardinal Newman

Augusta Eagles at Nat Green

Augusta Prep at Curtis Baptist

Greenbrier vs. Richmond Academy

Grovetown vs. Cross Creek

Harlem at Glascock County

Lakeside vs. Evans

Monday, Sept. 15

Grovetown vs. Thomson, 5 p.m.

Harlem vs. Burke County, 5:30 p.m.

Lakeside at Butler, 6 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 16

Evans at Richmond Academy, 5 p.m.

Greenbrier at Cross Creek, 5 p.m.

Harlem vs. Jefferson County, 5 p.m.

Lakeside vs. Grovetown, 5 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 17

Grovetown vs. Richmond Academy, 5 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 18

Harlem vs. Swainsboro, 5 p.m.

Lakeside at Cross Creek, 5 p.m.

Greenbrier vs. Evans, 6 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 19

Harlem at Glascock County, 5 p.m. Evans at Elite Sports Classic, TBA

Saturday, Sept. 20

Evans at Elite Sports Classic, TBA

Saturday, Sept. 20

Augusta Christian at Pinewood Prep, TBA

Monday, Sept. 15

Augusta Christian vs. Alleluia, 6 p.m.

Lakeside at Fox Creek, 6:15 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 16

Evans vs. Cross Creek, 5 p.m.

Grovetown vs. Hephzibah, 5 p.m.

Augusta Christian at Cardinal Newman, 5:30 p.m.

Greenbrier at Aquinas, 5:30 p.m.

Evans vs. Richmond Academy, 7 p.m.

Grovetown vs. Westside, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 17

Augusta Prep vs. Wardlaw Academy, 6 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 18

Augusta Christian vs. Ben Lippen, 5:30 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 19

Greenbrier, Grovetown at Conyers Tournament, TBA

Saturday, Sept. 20

Greenbrier, Grovetown, Lakesidez at Conyers Tournament, TBA

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Prep Calendar for Sunday, September 14, 2014.

Thursday, Sept. 18
Greenbrier County Meet at Wildwood Park, 5:30 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 20
Augusta Prep at Lexington, 9 a.m.

(all games 7:30 p.m.)

Friday, Sept. 19

Augusta Christian at Cardinal Newman

Augusta Eagles at Nat Green

Augusta Prep at Curtis Baptist

Greenbrier vs. Richmond Academy

Grovetown vs. Cross Creek

Harlem at Glascock County

Lakeside vs. Evans

Monday, Sept. 15

Grovetown vs. Thomson, 5 p.m.

Harlem vs. Burke County, 5:30 p.m.

Lakeside at Butler, 6 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 16

Evans at Richmond Academy, 5 p.m.

Greenbrier at Cross Creek, 5 p.m.

Harlem vs. Jefferson County, 5 p.m.

Lakeside vs. Grovetown, 5 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 17

Grovetown vs. Richmond Academy, 5 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 18

Harlem vs. Swainsboro, 5 p.m.

Lakeside at Cross Creek, 5 p.m.

Greenbrier vs. Evans, 6 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 19

Harlem at Glascock County, 5 p.m. Evans at Elite Sports Classic, TBA

Saturday, Sept. 20

Evans at Elite Sports Classic, TBA

Saturday, Sept. 20

Augusta Christian at Pinewood Prep, TBA

Monday, Sept. 15

Augusta Christian vs. Alleluia, 6 p.m.

Lakeside at Fox Creek, 6:15 p.m.

Tuesday, Sept. 16

Evans vs. Cross Creek, 5 p.m.

Grovetown vs. Hephzibah, 5 p.m.

Augusta Christian at Cardinal Newman, 5:30 p.m.

Greenbrier at Aquinas, 5:30 p.m.

Evans vs. Richmond Academy, 7 p.m.

Grovetown vs. Westside, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 17

Augusta Prep vs. Wardlaw Academy, 6 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 18

Augusta Christian vs. Ben Lippen, 5:30 p.m.

Friday, Sept. 19

Greenbrier, Grovetown at Conyers Tournament, TBA

Saturday, Sept. 20

Greenbrier, Grovetown, Lakesidez at Conyers Tournament, TBA

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Property Transfers, Sept. 14, 2014

Charles H. Lewis to Joshua L. Peyton, parcel ID 078A028, $116,500.

Tina A. McCall to Charles H. Lewis, parcel ID 066751, $88,000.

Wayne C. McGugan to Coltin S. Lira, parcel ID 074H166, $149,900.

Arthur W. Juhasz to Steven N. Feigh, parcel ID 077G836, $237,000.

Robert Maddox to Lacey Stephens Adkins, 224 Pamletto Drive, $108,500.

Charles E. Kirk to Cliff R. Payne, 4862 Whitehall Drive, $207,800.

Jason K. Burris to Mary J. Cooper and Tyrone B. Cooper, 315 Bobwhite Trail, $263,000.

John R. Talman to Isaac B. Annan and Ernestina N. Annan, 814 Old Stevens Creek Road, $520,000.

Douglas Stephen Bird and Jessica L. Bird to Fredrick B. Robinson and April L. Robinson, 1017 Spotswood Circle, $243,000.

Crawford Creek Homebuilders LLC to Kenneth T. Flack, 231 Asa Way, $192,400.

Ernie Blackburn Homebuilders LLC to Edward R. Gibson and Misty M. Gibson, 206 Dixon Court, $418,550.

Euchee Forest LLC to Ivey Residential LLC, 2645 Waites Drive, $38,500.

Susan Losgar Masters to W. Brent Watkins and Elizabeth Moody Watkins, a portion of parcel ID 071008, $20,000.

Jemaane Faulks to Devin Paul Burnside, parcel ID 062715, $133,000.

Kingsbury Custom Homes Inc. to Frances Sue Leamons, parcel ID 059155, $162,900.

Randy O. Tillman to Melissa Marie Saldana, parcel ID 072103A, $293,700.

D.R. Horton-Crown LLC to Jay W. VanBrumble, parcel ID 060824, $305,467.

Park Ridge Builders Inc. to John Carl Haines, parcel ID 0681084, $250,000.

KHO Development LLC to Clay S. Antonakos, 717 Bonnie Oaks Lane, $25,000.

Charles B. Latham to Daniel T. Leonard and Sandra B. Leonard, 300 Evans Lake Way, $83,000.

Christine L. Gilmour to Daniel T. Leonard and Sandra B. Leonard, 4524 Derryclare Lane, $105,000.

Esther V. Frank to Carol F. Powell and Russell G. Powell, 361 Bowen Falls, $107,660.

Winchester Homes of GA Inc. to Katie L. Phelps and Kristopher B. Ward, 1153 Waltons Pass, $231,925.

Jeffrey J. Neigh to Nathan E. Brace and Brandi M. Brace, 5076 Sussex Drive, $232,000.

Amanda M. Foster to Omar Pabon, 126 Lisa Court, $132,900.

Winchester Homes of GA Inc. to Vctor Manuel Delgado and Orfelina Del Carmen Tejada Garcia, 934 Cranbrook Way, $238,000.

Linda F. Riddle to Brett W. Creech, parcel ID 074H239, $193,000.

Amy D. Villa to Michael W. Towns, 5737 Wrightsboro Road, $120,848.

Euchee Creek Investors Inc. to Wilson Home Builders LLC, parcel ID 060998, $65,000.

Euchee Creek Investors Inc. to Wilson Home Builders LLC, parcel ID 060976, $65,000.

Laura J. Gill to Noel DeJesus Jr., parcel ID 052246, $139,800.

Patricia Brassell to Loan Luong and Yung Vong, parcel ID 073B141, $109,900.

Timothy J. Hallford to Johnny C. Hayward, parcel ID 0622171, $217,500.

Blackstone Development Co. LLC to Paula T. Troupe and Michael R. Troupe, parcel ID 081376, $72,000.

Euchee Creek Investors Inc. to R. Lewis Construction Co. LLC, parcel ID 060181, $42,500.

Euchee Creek investors Inc. to R. Lewis Construction Co. LLC, parcel ID 0601006, $65,000.

Joseph E. Bingham to Eben Gray’s Tree Service LLC, parcel ID 048036, $150,000.

Chadwick S. Widener to Matthew Van Winkle and Rendi J. Van Winkle, parcel ID 0621722, $240,000.

Oconee Capital Investments LLC to Robert C. Frashuer, parcel ID 082371, $296,990.

Vickie Leonard to William L. Orr, parcel ID 072C125, $93,000.

Kelvin A. Moses to Donald Bray, parcel ID 065327, $385,000.

Thomas Lamar Walker to Mark J. Hutchinson and Melissa J. Hutchinson, parcel ID 068119, $375,000.

Michelle Rickerson to Chaffin Roseberry and Jason R. Sullivent, parcel ID 02014D, $308,000.

William D. Wall to Jacqueline L. Brunet, parcel ID 065A375, $204,900.

Mary Gabrielle Helfgott to Thomas Lamar Walker to Particia A. Walker, parcel ID 081090, $850,000.

CSRA Property Group LLC to George S. Chapman, 4083 Briarwood Drive, $101,900.

Ivey Residential LLC to Rex Ivan Bell II and Tammy C. Hill, 1032 Highgrass Court, $289,900.

JR Homes of Alabama LLC to Patricia and Hammonds and James Edward Hammonds, 137 Broadleaf Way, $339,960.

Designer Homes and Construction LLC to Brian K. Owen and Crystal R. Owen, parcel ID 0681099, $223,400.

William Few Partners LLC to South Georgia Custom Homes LLC, parcel ID 059211, $49,900.

Designer Homes and Construction LLC to Jartress M. Gaines and Jose M. Castillo, parcel ID 068944A, $204,500.

PDH Builders Inc. to Riverwood Land LLC, parcel ID 065870, $55,553.

Ivey Residential LLC to Riverwood Land LLC, parcel ID 065872, $54,652.

R.T. Bailey Construction Inc. to Riverwood Land LLC, parcel ID 065871, $55,295.

John Stephen Claxton to Bret Mason, parcel ID 073E422, $133,000.

Victor S. Yannuzzi to Stephen A. Disch, parcel ID 067D116, $177,000.

Susan Raburn to William L. Ogletree and Susan L. Ogeltree, parcel ID 067293, $45,000.

Ron Meardy to Ryan Murphy, parcel ID H01047, $87,000.

Virginia Ware Hoffman to Mary Radford, parcel ID H03140, $54,500.

Jane E. Holm to Patricia L. Stewart, parcel ID 074B102, $105,400.

Bartles Farm LLC to Richard D. Inglett and Sandra Inglett, parcel ID 015048, $60,900.

Jonathan Trumble to Justin L. Peeples and Stephanie A Peeples, parcel ID 082315, $198,000.

Mill Branch Investors LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611892, $42,500.

Mill Branch Investors LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611894, $42,500.

Mill Branch Investors LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611893, $42,500.

Justin A. Funderburg to Christopher Manders and Melissa Manders, 4532 Colonial Drive, $100,000.

Mark Frerich to Richard C. Weatherford and Carmen H. Weatherford, 201 High Point Way, $82,000.

JJ & Z Builders LLC to David Lee Smith, 8628 Crenshaw Drive, $251,000.

Paul Michaud to Thomas E. Norris and Carolyn E. Morris as trustees of the Thomas E. Norris and Carolyn E. Morris Family Trust, 2064 Wythe Drive, $294,500.

Barbara Lacombe to Jesse K. Carter, 3147 Georgia Ave., $88,000.

R. Steven Powell Sr. to James C. Broome, 1833 Champions Circle, $192,500.

Louis J. Herzner III to Alex Joseph Andrews, 4138 Kemper Court, $140,000.

Allen W. Joiner to Laura Y. Howard, parcel ID 078B056C, $269,000.

Melba G. McNorrill, Michael Joseph McNorrill and Benjamin David McNorrill to Durelle C. Morris and Shirley Morris, portion of parcel ID H02070, $500,000.

Mill Branch Investors LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611877, $42,500.

Mill Branch Investors LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611856, $42,500.

Mill Branch Investors LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611887, $44,500.

Mill Branch Investors LLC to Oconee Capital Investments LLC, parcel ID 0611886, $44,500.

IDK Homes Inc. to William J. Ramsey Jr. and Vickie H. Ramsey, parcel ID 0611840, $229,900.

Sherri Mason to Bryan C. Waller and Aleesha M. Waller, parcel ID 062838, $129,000.

Ivey Residential LLC to Kate C. Long, 1989 Kenlock Drive, $158,900.

Riverwood Land LLC to Kevin R. Hefner Construction Inc., 724 Bishops Circle, $120,000.

Ivey Residential LLC to Bradley Posadas and Ellen Posadas, 1033 Ardrey Circle, $216,000.

Oconee Capital Investments LLC to Nisha S. Patel, parcel ID 0611793, $249,900.

Edward Perry Shelfer Jr. to Emily S. Dorn and Brandon J. Dorn, parcel ID 061066, $169,900.

Ashley M. Amerson to Sean M. Confer and Donna L. Confer, parcel ID 074209, $160,000.

Vincent A. Velez to Ramy Dh Yassin and Asma Nadir, parcel ID 063243, $130,000.

Keystone Homes Inc. to Walter E. Yoho and Stephanie J. Yoho, parcel ID 0611761, $171,800.

Herbert Homes Inc. to Vincent A. Velez and Laurie A. Velez, 1024 Arlington Way, $429,900.

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