A Lumpkin County man faces a Nov. 16 execution for the 2001 murder of his ex-girlfriend.
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The state of Georgia has executed a 63-year-old man for the 1997 murder of an Atlanta Police officer.
The Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles has denied a request for clemency for a Buckhead man condemned to die for the 1997 slaying of an Atlanta Police.
A Buckhead man set to die this week for killing an Atlanta cop nearly 20 years ago has requested a rib-eye steak for his last meal.
The State Board of Pardons and Parole will consider whether to grant clemency to a man convicted of killing an Atlanta police officer.
Gregory Paul Lawler was convicted for the 1997 murder of Atlanta Police Officer John Sowa.
The estimated number of violent crimes in the nation increased 3.9 percent in 2015 over 2014 numbers, the FBI said today.
Rioting is the new norm during the second term of the nation’s first black president, talk show host Rush Limbaugh told listeners yesterday.
The national narrative about law enforcement officers extends to Atlanta, which is making it difficult for the department to recruit, officials said at a recent gathering.
The special agent in charge of the FBI’s Atlanta Division will be joining next week’s “State of Public Safety.”