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Cops: Man surrenders in toddler shooting case

The man accused of shooting and critically wounding a toddler June 17 inside a crowded home in Brunswick surrendered to police on Friday, said Angela Smith, assistant chief of administration for the Brunswick Police Department. Aaron Holland, 23, turned himself in at the Brunswick Police Department at around 10 a.m.,...
BRUNSWICK, GA
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Man accused of shooting 2-year-old boy in Georgia has been arrested

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The man wanted in connection to the shooting of a two-year-old child in South Georgia has been arrested, according to Brunswick Police Department. Aaron Holland was wanted in connection to the June 17 shooting of Landan Jenkins, who is still in critical condition following the shooting.
BRUNSWICK, GA
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Man taken into custody after toddler shot, critically hurt: Brunswick police

A man was taken into custody Friday after a toddler was shot last week in Brunswick and critically injured, authorities said. The Brunswick Police Department said police responded around 10:30 p.m. June 17 to Southeast Georgia Health System, where a 2-year-old boy was dropped off at the emergency room in a private vehicle. Police said the toddler had been shot.
BRUNSWICK, GA
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Georgia man’s conviction in son’s hot car death overturned

The Supreme Court of Georgia overturned a conviction on Wednesday for a man who was jailed when his toddler son died after being left in a hot car. Justin Ross Harris, 41, was convicted of malice murder, and other counts, and sentenced to life without parole in 2016 after his 22-month-old son Cooper died after being locked in an SUV for several hours.
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Priority responders sharpen plan with 'Hurricane Claire'

Sections of Interstate 95 collapsed into the Turtle River, flood waters swept over Brunswick streets and fierce winds reduced homes on St. Simons Island to splinters. Hurricane Claire, the fictitious Atlantic storm selected for a practice exercise Thursday by emergency responders, barreled ashore as a bruising Category 4 hurricane before dawn Saturday at the county line between Glynn and Camden, bringing devastation not witnessed in this area since the deadly storm of 1898. Claire’s fury raged throughout day and into Saturday night, riding in on a high tide to wreak untold havoc and threaten the lives of thousands.
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Darien City Council votes to dissolve police department

DARIEN, Ga. (WTOC) - Soon, the Darien Police Department will no longer exist. Tonight, the Darien City Council voted to dissolve the Department. The decision means the McIntosh County Sheriff’s Office will take over public safety for the city. The plan is to create a Darien division within the...
DARIEN, GA

Daddy Cate's to celebrate 20 years downtown

Step into Daddy Cate’s Coffees and immediately feel at home. The shop on Gloucester Street in downtown Brunswick is among the most welcoming places in the area. All who enter are greeted with a kind hello and a smile. No matter who walks through the door, they’ll receive the...
BRUNSWICK, GA
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MARGARET ELIZABETH SUTHERLAND FORBES

77, retired manager for United States Post Office, died June 3 in Brunswick, Georgia. Survivors includes companion: Johnnie Batts; brother: Dexter Sutherland; daughters: Anna Hartfield, Kathleen Emmers, Marjorie Forbes and Sharon Forbes-Armstrong. Service 1 p.m., Saturday at St. James AME Church, located at 1845 NW 65 Street, Miami, FL 33147. Repast located at 3431 NW 11 Avenue, Miami, FL 33127.
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