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Macon – After reviewing initial results of the GBI’s investigation into a March 1 use of force incident involving a Bibb County deputy, Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney David Cooke announced Monday that the shooting has been deemed justified. “Based on my review of the evidence gathered thus far, it is clear that Deputy Jeremiah…
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Considering guidance from government and health officials, our office is postponing the Criminal Justice Resource Fair and Record Restriction Event previously scheduled for April 7 until a later date. We are developing an online record restriction application portal and hope to launch it in the coming weeks. Bookmark macondistrictattorney.org for updates! We are also postponing…
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Please see the attached news release on behalf of Bibb, Crawford and Peach Superior Courts. News release 3.13.2020
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Macon – Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney David Cooke announced Thursday his office’s donation of $150,000 as seed money for The Family Counseling Center of Central Georgia’s 2020 fundraising drive. Established by the Junior League of Macon and United Way of Central Georgia in 1957, The Family Counseling Center is a non-profit agency that provides…
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Macon – The Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office has donated 100 workbooks for use by participants in the newly formed Swift Certain and Fair Domestic Violence Court. The goal of the court is to reduce recidivism through better addressing the underlying causes of domestic violence. Participants charged with qualifying family violence misdemeanor offenses such…
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Macon – A Macon man was sentenced to prison Tuesday in the 2016 shooting and armed robbery of a Papa John’s delivery driver. Jacob Elijah Miller, 22, pleaded guilty to armed robbery and aggravated assault. As part of a plea agreement, Miller was sentenced to 20 years in prison without the possibility of parole followed…
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