CRIME & SAFETY
Teen sisters missing in Henry County, spotted at local hotels, police say
HENRY COUNTY, Ga. — Two teen sisters are missing in Henry County, according to police on Thursday; one hasn't been seen for nearly a month. Henry County Police Department said that 13-year-old Elaina Moody was last seen on Nov. 26, and her sister, 15-year-old Hannah Moody, has not been seen for three weeks.
Weekly Crash Report for Henry County from Missouri State Highway Patrol
On Saturday, November 25, 2023 a crash occurred as vehicle 1, driven by Xzavier M Ray, age 18 of Clinton, MO failed to negotiate a curve, ran off the roadway, and struck a tree. Driver 1 was ejected. The crash was assisted by TPR T.R. Williams #595. The driver of the vehicle was taken to Research Hospital by Life Flight with serious injuries.
Administrators ignored warnings before Georgia middle schooler stabbed fellow student, lawsuit claims
Administrators at a Georgia middle school ignored multiple warnings before a student stabbed a classmate over a dozen times, leaving her with “catastrophic” injuries, according to a lawsuit filed this month. In March, a knife-wielding student stabbed a classmate in gym class at least 14 times “across her...
UGA student killed in crash, search for suspect
23-year-old Beth Buchanan was driving her mom back to the airport on Feb. 13 when they were hit head-on along University Parkway in Winder.
Henry County Schools superintendent gives update after cyberattack
ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - It will still take several weeks to fully restore the Henry County Schools’ network after a cyberattack interrupted the district’s connection. Superintendent Mary Elizabeth Davis told Atlanta News First schools will start to see more progress this week as the investigation into...
Jonesboro Mayor Cleared of Criminal Allegations, Urges City to Refocus on Priorities
• Jonesboro Mayor Donya Sartor has been cleared of any wrongdoing and will not face criminal charges. • The Clayton County District Attorney made the decision after the Georgia Bureau of Investigation found no evidence of the alleged crimes.
Clayton County Police Department Hosts Fourth Gun Buyback Event to Combat Violence
The Clayton County Police Department is taking a proactive stance against gun violence by hosting its fourth Gun Buy Back event on Saturday, December 2nd, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at their headquarters located at 7911 N. McDonough St., Jonesboro. This initiative aims to safely remove firearms from the community by offering monetary incentives in the form of gift cards, with the department providing up to $100 for rifles and $75 for handguns, regardless of their condition. The event underlines the department's commitment to addressing gun-related issues and promoting safety within the community.