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    Screven County School System announced today that schools will be closed beginning this Thursday, August 19 through September 6(Labor Day): After meeting with local health officials and school administration and out of concern for the health and safety of our students, staff, and the community,...
    Ogeechee Technical College The Division of Economic Development at Ogeechee Technical College recently graduated 17 students in its first Manufacture Ready cohort in Screven County. Manufacture Ready is a three-week program geared toward graduating high school seniors who have little to no manufacturing experience and...
    The Screven County Sheriff’s Office has part-time and full-time positions available for jailers/communications officers. Part-time positions are on an as-needed basis, with no set hours, and have the potential for advancement to full time. Shifts are in 12 hours, 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. and...
    Screven County is currently hiring and accepting applications for the three following positions: Heavy Equipment Operator – Roads & Bridges (912)863-7318 Mechanic – Roads & Bridges (912)863-7318 Nurse – Screven County Prison (912)863-4556 Applications are available at the Screven County Commissioner’s office located...
    A Sylvania couple was arrested today for assisting escaped inmate Frederick Lamont Jones. Tammy Copeland Edwards, 39 years old, and Daniel Lamar Edwards, 35 years old, of Waters Grove Road in Sylvania were both charged with Hindering Apprehension of a criminal. The charge is a...
    Frederick Lamont Jones / Photo credit: Screven County Sheriff's Office After three days on the lam, Frederick Lamont Jones, an escaped inmate from Screven County, was captured just before midnight last night. A tip from a citizen assisted officers in locating Jones. Screven County Sheriff’s...
    In May of this year Governor Brian P. Kemp announced a donation from AT&T to the Georgia Foundation for Public Education (GFPE). The donation enabled the deployment of 448 Wi-Fi Rangers to 36 school districts in Georgia. Multiple state agencies came together in collaboration to...
    After 108 days behind bars and three formal requests for bond, former GSP Trooper Jacob Thompson has been issued a bond. The Order was filed Monday morning, one week after the most recent bond hearing before Chief Superior Court Judge F. Gates Peed of the...
    The former GSP Trooper who is facing a felony murder charge appeared in Screven County Superior Court Monday morning for another bond hearing before Judge Gates Peed. Monday’s hearing was the third attempt by attorneys to obtain a bond for Jacob Thompson, who has been...
    The Department of Continuing Education at Ogeechee Technical College is set to train the first cohort of Manufacture Ready students in Screven County in May of 2021. Manufacture Ready is a three-week program geared toward graduating high school seniors who have little to no manufacturing...
    A Screven County man faces up to 20 years in federal prison after his indictment on federal charges for distributing child pornography. Daniel Boulineau, 34, of Sylvania, Ga., was indicted by a U.S. District Court Grand Jury on three counts of Distribution of Child Pornography, said...
    1 of 2This jail booking photo from the Screven County Sheriff’s Office show former Georgia state trooper Jacob Thompson, who was charged with felony murder for fatally shooting a driver who refused to pull over for a broken tail light Aug. 7, 2020. Thompson was fired by the Georgia State Patrol and arrested a week...
    All reports are public information, published by the Georgia Department of Public Health, and posted in a conspicuous location at the establishment. Any questions about scores should be directed to the Department of Public Health. Scores below 70 are considered failing. When a restaurant is deemed...
    Jacob G. Thompson, 27, was charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in connection to the incident in Screven County A Georgia judge has denied bond for a former Georgia State Patrol trooper accused of murder in the August shooting death of a 60-year-old Black man who refused to stop for a broken tail...
    1 of 2This jail booking photo from the Screven County Sheriff’s Office show former Georgia state trooper Jacob Thompson, who was charged with felony murder for fatally shooting a driver who refused to pull over for a broken tail light Aug. 7, 2020. Thompson was fired by the Georgia State Patrol and arrested a week...
    A former Georgia State Patrol officer has been charged in the murder of a 60-year-old driver who was fatally gunned down during a traffic stop over a busted tail light last Friday.  The Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested Jacob G. Thompson, 27, on charges of felony murder and aggravated assault in connection to the incident...
    The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has arrested a state trooper following an investigation into an officer-involved shooting on August 8th. According to the GBI: On Friday, August 14, 2020, in coordination with the Ogeechee Judicial Circuit, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested Jacob...
    On Friday, August 7, 2020, at approximately 9:20 PM, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation was requested by the Georgia State Patrol (GSP) to investigate an officer involved shooting. Preliminary information shows that a trooper attempted to stop a Nissan Sentra for a traffic...
    All reports are public information, published by the Georgia Department of Public Health, and posted in a conspicuous location at the establishment. Any questions about scores should be directed to the Department of Public Health. Scores below 70 are considered failing. When a restaurant is deemed unacceptable, follow-up inspections are generally completed within 10 days of...
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