Fort Valley State Awarded Almost $2 Million STOP School Violence GrantThe Department of Justice today announced nearly $126 million in funding to advance school safety under the STOP School Violence Act. The grants, awarded by the Office of Justice Programs’ Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) and the Department’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office), will help institute safety measures in and around primary and secondary schools, support school violence prevention efforts, provide training to school personnel and students and implement evidence-based threat assessments.
Georgia Man Pleads Guilty To Child ExploitationA Macon resident has pleaded guilty to child sexual exploitation after investigators discovered multiple juvenile victims across the country ranging in age from 10-years-old to 16-years-old who he contacted on social media, coercing them to send him sexually explicit and pornographic images and videos.
GBI Arrests Father In WIlkinson County Girl's DeathPolice arrested John Joseph “Joey” Yozviak, 38, and charged him with murder in the second degree and cruelty to children in the second degree. This arrest comes after an investigation regarding the death of Yozviak's daughter, Kaitlyn Michelle Yozviak, 12.
GBI Arrests Wilkinson County Woman In Daughter’s DeathThe Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) arrested Mary Kathrine “Katie” Horton, Wednesday, and charged her with Cruelty to Children in the second degree and Murder in the second degree for the death of her daughter, Kaitlyn Michelle Yozviak, 12.
106 Month Prison Sentence For Georgia Parolee Caught With Stolen Gun106 month prison sentence for parolee caught with stolen gun.
U.S. Court Of Appeals Affirms Sentence Of Macon Businessman Guilty Of Defrauding Bibb County SchoolsU.S. court of appeals affirms sentence of Macon businessman guilty of defrauding Bibb County schools.
Macon Georgia Telemedicine Company Owner Pleads Guilty To Fraud ConspiracyA Georgia woman who operated a telemedicine network through two companies has admitted to participation in an ever-growing healthcare and telemedicine fraud scheme.