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A grand jury indicted Roden and his wife, Geneva Marie Roden, in August 2011 after a neighbor complained that the couple was abusing James Roden, who was living with them.
Steve Crump will drive into town from Cleveland, Tenn., to prosecute the Chattanooga rape case that has one local police officer's job in jeopardy.
Walker County, Ga., Sole Commissioner Bebe Heiskell on Thursday approved an 18 percent county budget increase for the next fiscal year.
Jumoke Johnson Jr., a reputedly notorious local criminal despite his young age, pleaded guilty Tuesday to the most serious offense that prosecutors have managed to prove against him.
For weeks, Skyy Mims' mother asked Carla Marable to meet with her private investigator.
After two days of testimony and arguments, U.S. Magistrate Judge Bill Carter summarized a court hearing's key issue with one question.
Someone entered a neo-Nazi's LaFayette, Ga., home, lit a mattress and two couches on fire and ran away.
In May 2012, Joe Jenkins talked on the phone with his brother, Juanzell. They didn't know the police were listening.
The Catoosa County, Ga., library has applied for money to improve the building.
In June, about a month after she had been kidnapped, punched, kicked, stomped, dragged by the hair, burned, raped and urinated on, a woman said a Chattanooga police officer who knew what she had been through told her that he desired her, that he burned for her.