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Drugs Found in Gray Man's Car


A Gray man was arrested by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office after a traffic stop on I-75 on May 12.

That's according to a Monroe County Sheriff's Office news release.

David Moore, 54, was driving southbound on I-75 when a Monroe County Sheriff’s Office deputy noticed that he was not wearing a seatbelt. The deputy stopped the car, ran Moore’s driver’s license and the license came back suspended. The deputy arrested Moore for driving on a suspended license.

While doing an inventory of Moore’s red Honda Del Sol, glass pipes used for smoking meth were found as well as a small amount of marijuana.

The deputy noticed several items in the trunk of the vehicle that he suspected were used for manufacturing methamphetamine and made a request for assistance from the Forsyth-Monroe County Drug Task Force.

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Canine Killers on the Loose?

Canine Killers on the Loose?

Two Monroe County families say a dog killer is on the loose after their family pets were found dead in a pile over 10 miles from their neighborhood.

Chris Burkett, 36, of 60 Orchard Ridge Road, Forsyth, said he and wife Tammy noticed their two miniature schnauzers, Mollie and Tucker, were missing last Tuesday, Feb. 22. The dogs wore shock collars that kept them in an electric fence, and the Burketts had just changed the batteries. Their neighbors, Robbie and Casey Fleckenstein of 260 Orchard Ridge Drive, also noticed their aged yellow lab, Fleck, was missing.

More details in the Monroe County Reporter newspaper or on their website at http://mymcr.net .

Breakfast to Address Offender Reentry Services

The Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) and the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles are hosting a meeting in support of the Macon Reentry Coalition, according to a news release.

The breakfast is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 16 from 8-10:30 a.m. in Vinzant Hall the at State Offices South at Tift College.

The Macon Reentry Coalition is a collaborative effort, in partnership with the GDC and the Parole Board, to educate and assist offenders who are on probation or parole. The coalition involves law enforcement, faith-based organizations and elected officials from Central Georgia.

The goal is to enhance already-existing risk interventions and serve to help reduce repeat offenders. The group also provides job placement, skills training and counseling to assist offenders after their prison release.

Day 3 of 13 Days of Giving: Twilight Moms

Day 3 of 13 Days of Giving: Twilight Moms

Twilight Moms of Middle Georgia is a non-profit group that was formed in 2009 to bring together Moms (women who are over 21, married or have children) who are fans of the Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer.  

They not only enjoy meeting and sharing enthusiasm for this series but love helping local and national charities while having fun.

How You Can Help:
Twilight Moms will have an event on Dec. 3 from 10 p.m.-Midnight at the Galleria in Centerville.  Twilight Moms will celebrate the release of Eclipse on DVD but will also have several fundraisers during the event.  They will have a Cookies for Kids with Cancer bake sale, will collect items for Christmas for the Children’s Hospital and will also collect canned food items for Monroe County EMS.

Contact the Twilight Moms of Middle Georgia by e-mailing cindyadrien@twilightmomsofmiddlega.com or call 478-951-4311.

We'll have more on 13WMAZ Eyewitness News.