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Gainesville Police release name of man found dead in Lake Lanier

Authorities have released the name of the man who was found dead in Lake Lanier near Longwood Park on June 23. Gainesville Police Lt. Kevin Holbrook said the victim was identified as Rocky Joe Hammond, 61, of Gainesville. Holbrook said Hammond died in an accidental drowning. Original story posted June...
GAINESVILLE, GA
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Multiple people shot in Grayson neighborhood, police say

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - Police said at least two men were wounded at a home in Grayson on Sunday afternoon. Gwinnett County Police Department officers were at the screen on Tullifenney Court. Police investigators arrived on scene at around 2:30 p.m. to find two men with non-life-threatening gunshot wounds. The men were hospitalized.
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15-month-old child dies at Augusta hospital after testing positive for drugs

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) - A 15-month-old child died on Saturday after testing positive for fentanyl and other drugs. The Athens-Clarke County Police Department says it received a call from Children’s Hospital of Georgia in Augusta after reports that a child tested positive for several drugs. Police say the child...
AUGUSTA, GA
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Athens-Clarke County police investigating drug exposure death of toddler

A 15-month-old Athens child has died while receiving treatment for drug exposure. Athens-Clarke County Police Department received word Saturday that the child, who was receiving treatment at Children’s Hospital of Georgia in Augusta, tested positive for exposure to Fentanyl, Opiates, and Benzodiazapine. The child later died, and a criminal...
CLARKE COUNTY, GA

15-month-old dead after exposure to Fentanyl, other drugs

AUGUSTA (WJBF) – On June 25, 2022, the Athens-Clarke County Police Department received a call from Children’s Hospital of Georgia in Augusta. It was reported to ACCPD that a 15-month-old child that was receiving treatment at the hospital tested positive for exposure to Fentanyl, Opiates, and Benzodiazapine. Authorities were later informed that the child died. […]
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15-month-old dies at Augusta hospital after testing positive for fentanyl and other drugs, police say

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WFXG) - The Athens-Clarke County Police Department says it is investigating the death of a 15-month-old at Children's Hospital of Georgia. ACCPD reports they received a call on Saturday that the child was receiving treatment at the facility and tested positive for fentanyl, opiates and benzodiazepine. Police later learned that the child had died.
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Police: 15-month-old Georgia child dies after testing positive for Fentanyl

ATHENS, Ga. — Above video: Your Monday headlines. Police in Georgia are investigating after a baby who tested positive for Fentanyl died. According to the Athens-Clarke County Police Department, ACCPD was notified Saturday by the Children's Hospital of Georgia in Augusta that a 15-month-old child receiving treatment tested positive for several drugs.
CLARKE COUNTY, GA
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PHOTOS: Athfest 2022 in Athens, Georgia

From June 24-26, thousands of people flocked to the streets of historic downtown Athens for AthFest 2022. AthFest is an annual free, three-day festival that celebrates Athens, GA’s vibrant creative culture, featuring local and regional musicians and visual artists. The festival raises money for the nonprofit AthFest Educates, which...
ATHENS, GA
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Athens toddler dies after testing positive for drugs

Athens-Clarke County police are investigating the death of a 15-month-old girl who tested positive for drugs. Zamiya Kelly died over the weekend at Children’s Hospital of Augusta. Before she died, hospital officials told investigators the child tested positive for exposure to fentanyl, opiates, and Benzodiazapine, a type of tranquilizing drug.
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