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Georgia Babysitter Charged with Murder After Exposing Toddler to ‘Fentanyl, Opiates, and Benzodiazepine’: Cops

A 59-year-old Georgia woman is behind bars this week after she exposed a 15-month-old child in her care to drugs that ultimately killed the toddler, police say. The suspect, identified by authorities in a statement to Law&Crime as Pamala Graves, was taken into custody and charged with one count of felony murder and possession of a schedule II controlled substance in connection with the baby’s death (notably the police report initially referred to the babysitter as Pamela Grace Parrish).
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Jeremy Pruitt Reveals If He Thinks Georgia Could Have Letdown

After snapping a four-decade title drought last season, Georgia will look to run it back in 2022. Repeating is difficult for any team in any sport, but Jeremy Pruitt believes Kirby Smart will keep his squad well-prepared to avoid a winner's curse. During an On The Beat podcast appearance, Pruitt...
ATHENS, GA
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Georgia police say babysitter charged in death of a 15-month-old

ATHENS, Ga. (WFXG) - The Athens-Clarke County Police Department have charged 59-year-old Pamala Graves of Elberton after the death of a 15-month-old child. The babysitter was caring for the child at the time they were exposed to the drugs. Over the weekend, ACCPD say they received a call that the...
CLARKE COUNTY, GA
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BREAKING: 2023 LB Raylen Wilson Decommits from Michigan

Raylen Wilson, a linebacker out of Tallahassee, Florida, is one of the top inside linebackers in the 2023 recruiting class and will be back on the open market. The 247Sports' talent composite rates Wilson as a four-star prospect, making him the 5th best linebacker in the class, 16th best player in Florida, and 73rd nationally among all other prospects.
TALLAHASSEE, FL

Chadwick Boseman died without will; Widow in charge of estate, wants to split funds with his parents

The late Chadwick Boseman didn’t have a will. Now, the “Black Panther” star’s widow and his parents will split his $2.3-million fortune evenly. According to a report published Friday by Shadow and Act, Boseman’s wife, Taylor Simone Ledward, is in charge of his estate and has asked the court to distribute the funds equally between her and his parents, Leroy and Carolyn Boseman.
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