Harlem's lengthy search to fill its vacant director of public safety position is expected to end this week, city officials said.
K-9 Roscoe trained four months before officially joining the Grovetown Police Department. It took him four days to be called into action.
An Augusta man accused of having sex with an underage teen was granted a bond on Friday.
A woman accused of stealing more than $400,000 from her husband's company was granted a bond in teh same amount on Friday.
Roshana Lequisha Payne, 38, pleaded guilty to three counts of aggravated assault, criminal damage to property, driving under the influence and driving with an open container of alcohol.
The case against an Augusta businessman accused of sex with a teen will continue after a preliminary hearing Tuesday.
Harlem High School's athletic director resigned Monday after a weekend burglary arrest.
Richmond County sheriff's Lt. Ramone Lamkin said law enforcement agencies aren't cracking down on it like they do other traffic offenses, such as following too closely and failure to maintain lane.
A Grovetown man was charged Tuesday after authorities say he attacked his father with a golf club.
An Augusta businessman was recently arrested after being accused of having sex with and delivering sex toys to an Evans teen.
A Grovetown man who allegedly told a mother he would pay $200 to spend alone time with her children was denied bond and remains in police custody.
A former pharmacy technician who put hundreds of narcotic pain killers on the street pleaded guilty Thursday to multiple felonies.
Police have noticed a recent trend in ultra-bright -- and sometimes improperly installed -- headlights on area roads. However, it's not something that officers have been able to enforce with any ...
The jury found Jay S. Brooks, former golf coach at Augusta Preparatory Day School, not guilty of child molestation and of the lesser offense of sexual battery.
Two people connected to at least three burglaries in Columbia County were recently arrested for a burglary in South Carolina.
Police said they're continuing to see thefts of vehicles being "warmed up" in driveways or kept warm at gas stations and other businesses.
Family ties aren't uncommon in local law enforcement - and while some officers find comfort in working alongside relatives, others say it can be equally stressful.
Walter Taylor Hensley, 23, pleaded guilty to trafficking marijuana. Although the crime carries a mandatory minimum five-year prison term, Judge Daniel J. Craig sentenced him to 10 years on ...
Two men, one believed to have crashed into a Martinez drugstore last week, were arrested early Sunday.
Authorities are looking for a man who crashed his truck into the front door of the Walgreens drug store at Furys Ferry and Evans to Locks roads Friday morning.