Arrest Report – Monday – May 20, 2024 - AM 1180 Radio (2024)

May 20, 2024

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Arrest Report – Monday – May 20, 2024

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Here is the latest arrest report from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office for Monday, May 20, 2024:

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May 20, 2024

by Jimmy Holbrook

FBI: Georgia Seniors Losing More Money Than Ever To Online Fraud

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Numbers released earlier this month by the Federal Bureau of Investigation show that Georgia’s elderly population are losing more money than ever to online fraud. Online consists of email, social media and text messages, according to the FBI report.

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May 20, 2024

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Chattooga BOE Member BJ Montgomery, Michelle Heile, Felicia Foster, BOE Member Eddie Elsberry

In a 3-2 decision last Thursday, the Chattooga Board of Education voted on current Chattooga County Assistant School Supt. Michele Helie as the sole finalist for the superintendent’s position of the county’s school system.

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May 20, 2024

by Jimmy Holbrook

Stamp Prices Going Up In July

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TheUS Postal Service saidlast month that it’ll raise thepricesof several mailing services starting in July. Among the changes is a 5 cent increase in the price of a First Class Forever Stamp.

According to the USPS announcement, these price increases are due to continued changes in the mailing and shipping market and “these price adjustments are needed to achieve the financial stability sought by the organization’sDelivering for America10-year plan.”

This is the most recent of several price hikes that have raised the cost of postage over the last few years.

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May 20, 2024

by Jimmy Holbrook

Chattooga High School Commencement This Friday

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The graduating class of 2024 from Chattooga High School will take part in commencement exercises this Friday, May 24th. Graduation will be held at 8 PM at the Little Big Horn Stadium, weather permitting. In the event of rain on Friday, the ceremony will be moved to the Tribe Pride Arena. Should weather force a move inside the gymnasium, each graduating senior will be given nine tickets for the ceremony, due to seating capacity inside the gym. Also, a shuttle will run from Summerville Middle School to the High School for overflow parking. The shuttle service will start at 6:30 PM. Stay tuned to WZQZ for any weather updates that could affect Chattooga High School graduation between now and Friday.

May 20, 2024

by Jimmy Holbrook

Commissioner Candidates Campaign Donation Disclosures Released

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The two Republicans running for Chattooga County Commissioner both filed campaign fiance disclosures that are required by the Secretary of State.

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May 20, 2024

by Jimmy Holbrook

Summerville Man Reports Check Fraud

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Summerville Police are investigating a case of fraud in connection with a check that was written by a Summerville man to a person in Dalton. According to a report from the Summerville Police Department, the complainant, identified as Derrick Maddux, told police that he had written a check for $850 to a man identified in the report as Hunter Hanson, a resident of Dalton. Maddux says that the check was written for a trailer he was purchasing for his business. However, the check was altered and used twice more to withdraw funds from Maddux’s bank account – once for $1435 and another time for $750. The incident is under investigation by the Summerville Police Department.

May 20, 2024

by Jimmy Holbrook

Sheila Toles Retiring From Sheriff’s Office After Over Two Decades Of Service

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Today is the last day of work for a longtime employee of the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office. Sheila Toles, who started to work for Sheriff Ralph Kellett twenty-four years ago, will be retiring after today.

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May 20, 2024

by Jimmy Holbrook

Election Day Tomorrow

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Chattooga County voters will go to the polls tomorrow to vote in the 2024 General Primary Elections. Voters will have to choose either a Republican, Democratic or nonpartisan ballot.

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May 19, 2024

by Jimmy Holbrook

Menlo Boil Water Advisory

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A boil water advisory remains in place for the City of Menlo water customers. E.coli was found in the Alpine well last week, according to Menlo officials. Due to the boil water order, the Menlo Restaurant announced on Sunday evening that they will remain closed until the boil water advisory is lifted.

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