Three arrested in Walhalla homicide probe

January 14, 2015

Three people have been arrested in the investigation of yesterday’s homicide in Walhalla, and the police say all three were arrested at the scene—505 N. Laurel Street. Coroner Karl Addis says the victim, 27-year old Jeremy Lee Little, sustained a stabbing-type injury, but the exact cause of death is to be determined by an autopsy…

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Homicide Victim Identified

January 13, 2015

WGOG has learned the identity of the man found dead inside a Walhalla home early Tuesday morning. Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis says the man was identified as 27 year-old Jeremy Lee Little, a former Pickens County resident, who recently resided near Seneca. The Walhalla Police department with assistance from the Oconee County Sheriff’s department…

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Sheriff’s Office helps break up scam

January 13, 2015

The suspicions of the manager of an Oconee County business proved correct and he, along with the Oconee Sheriff’s Office, was able to thwart a telephone scam in which the scammer tried to get away with $1,200 dollars. It start lasted weekend when an employee of a business on the Pickens Highway near Walhalla took…

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Police to make statement

January 13, 2015

The latest timetable provided by Ronald Wilbanks is that Walhalla’s chief of police will make a staement by 2:30 as to the early morning homicide near the city limit.  At the noon hour today, Coroner Karl Addis said investigators were treating the incident at 505 N. Laurel as a homicide.  This, after responders discovered blood…

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Walhalla crime UPDATE

January 13, 2015

Coroner Karl Addis made he following comment just before noon today about the crime scene investigation at a N. Laurel Street home:  “Walhalla Police Department, with assistance from the Oconee County Sheriff’s Department, is investigating a death that we are treating as a homicide at this time at a resident located on N. Laurel Street…

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Jail opening could be summer, instead of spring

January 13, 2015

After a meeting yesterday, Oconee Sheriff Mike Crenshaw said an original projection to have the new, $16.2 million dollar jail ready by late spring may have to be dropped in favor of an early summer opening. A determination on how many extra guards will have to be hired is complicating the timetable that Crenshaw and…

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  • March 28, 2015 7:30 amHOLLY SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH'S YARD SALE and HOT DOG SALE
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