Police & Sheriff’s Reports 10-15-2018

Thursday evening about 6:45 p.m., LaGrange Police responded to Charter Bank on South Davis Road in reference to a theft. Officers arrived and spoke to the complainant, who stated that unknown person(s) had made two fraudulent transactions with his Charter Bank checking account. The first transaction was made earlier in the day around 2:03 p.m. to Car Town Auto Sales ...

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Obits–October 15, 2018

LAKES DUNSON ROBERTSON  Charlene Patterson Ms. Charlene Patterson was born August 21, 1954 to the late Charlie and Judy Patterson. She attended Ethel W. Kight High School and retired from the Troup County School System. Charlene was baptized as a dedicated Witness of Jehovah on November 19, 1996. She had a great love for people and showed it by enjoying her ...

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New Horizon Community Theatre


The New Horizon Community Theatre began its story in 1986 as the Painted Rock Players. Since that time, they have presented more than 300 performances of 92 productions. They entertain with Broadway musicals, drama, children shows, and comedy. Their next adventure is sure to be a delightful one. From friendship to greed, step into their next produc-tion…… Welcome to The ...

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Junior Service League of LaGrange, Inc.


The Junior Service League of LaGrange, Inc. is a group of women who are committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. It is exclusively educational and charitable. The Junior Service League sends volunteers into the community to fill needs in non-profit organizations and raises funds to ...

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CAFI Temporarily Closes Due to Lack of Funding


Community Action for Improvement, INC. (CAFI) has temporarily closed its doors due to a delay in state funding. The organization has helped over one million people since its founding in 1966. CAFI, a local non-profit, offers supportive services to low-income individuals in Troup, Heard, Meriwether, Coweta, and Carroll counties. The organization has benefited local Troup County citizens through a variety ...

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Wreck Injures Student In Front of Troup High


A Troup High student was airlifted and three more were injured during a vehicle collision that occurred Friday morning near the school entrance. Around 8:13 a.m., La-Grange Police responded to a report of an accident with injuries in front of Troup High School on Hamilton Road. Officers arrived to find a tw0-vehicle collision and injured individuals from both vehicles. Police ...

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Troup County Announces Children’s Book Drive

Troup County will be launching a children’s book drive on Monday, October 15, 2018 as a part of their United Way donation campaign. The book drive will benefit The Jungle Bus in LaGrange, Georgia, a Bookmobile that serves children of Troup County. The County is warmly welcoming donations from the public and will be accepting new and gently used children’s ...

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Speeder Caught Driving Drunk and with Suspended License

Police have charged two men with alcohol-related offenses after they were spotted speeding back home from a LaGrange bar. Early Friday morning about 12:12 a.m., officers with the LaGrange Police Department initiated a traffic stop on a Dodge Journey near the intersection of New Franklin Road and Mooty Bridge Road for improper passing and traveling well over the posted speed ...

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LaGrange Police Department Blood Drive


The LaGrange Police Department will be having their bloodmobile at 100 West Haralson Street on Wednesday, October 17, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. They have this blood drive because one pint of blood can save three lives. Giving blood locally helps to support your community, and it helps to save lives. Donating blood means that the blood that is ...

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Cavaliers Score Runaway Homecoming Victory over Spencer


The Callaway Cavaliers took care of business in a rare Saturday homecoming game last week. The game, originally scheduled for Thursday night, was rescheduled due to inclement weather from Hurricane Michael—which passed through Troup County the day before. The Cavaliers, now 7-1 and undefeated in region 2AA, exploded offensively against conference opponent Spencer. Led by quarterback Jacob Freemand and running ...

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