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Southern Outlaw Series Races into Dublin-441 Speedway

Southern Outlaw Series Races into Dublin-441 Speedway

This weekend at the Dublin-441 Speedway is the Southern Outlaw Series.

Gates open Saturday at 4, practice starts at 7 p.m. and racing begins at 8, Southern Outlaw Superstreet Series' Bobby Piper says.

Grandstand admission is $5 for kids and $12 for adults. Pit admission is $10 for kids and $25 for adults.

In addition to the Southern Outlaw Superstreet Series, also running will be Road Warrior, Bomber, Pure Stock, Crate Late Model and National Late Model Divisions.

Parent Poll: Schools and Crime

Parent Poll: Schools and Crime

We’re reporting today on an alleged rape at Northeast High School in Macon.

Do you think your child's school is forthcoming with information about crime and violence at school?

If so, what are your concerns as a parent? How does this affect your children and family?

You can reply in the comments section below or feel free to share your insight with us at eyewitnessnews@13wmaz.com

What Problems Are In your Community?

What Problems Are In your Community?

In your opinion, what are the top two problems in your community?

Stolen 4-Wheeler Recovery Leads to Drug Arrest

Stolen 4-Wheeler Recovery Leads to Drug Arrest

Stolen 4 Wheeler Recovery Also Leads to Drug Arrest

By: Major Jamie McDaniel, Twiggs County Sheriff's Office

On October 4th Investigator Robert Rodgers met with Laurens County Investigator Steve Howard to interview a suspect related to a theft in Twiggs County.  After the interview the investigators were conversing over active cases they were working.   

Inv. Howard advised Inv. Rodgers that Laurens County had a  2007 Honda 4 wheeler with a wench on the front stolen in the Dudley area the day before on Oct. 3rd.   Inv. Rodgers advised he would be on the lookout and would past it on to patrol deputies in Twiggs County.  

Blackshear Resident Sentenced for Armed Bank Robbery


DUBLIN, GA: NOEL ARNOLD, 35, JIMMY LEE MCBRIDE, 25, and BRITTANY RINER, 25, all from Blackshear, Georgia, were sentenced to lengthy prison terms yesterday in federal district court for the armed bank robbery of the Citizens Bank & Trust (CB&T) that occurred in Chauncey, Georgia on September 2, 2010. 

That CB&T branch is now closed due to security concerns following the robbery.

That's according to a Department of Justice Southern District of Georgia news release.

United States Attorney Edward J. Tarver stated, “These armed robbers put the lives of bank employees in jeopardy, while they helped themselves to the bank’s money.  In return for their violent, criminal acts, they have now been handed decades of federal prison time.  We will continue to work with our law enforcement partners to investigate and prosecute violent criminals to ensure the safety of those at their work places and in our community.”

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