Morning News Briefs for 10-4-16

| October 4, 2016


GSP Post 31-Valdosta Troopers are investigating a multi-vehicle collision on I-75 southbound at mile marker two in Lowndes County. This collision has sadly resulted in two fatalities.

A state wide employment initiative is coming to Moody Air Force base. The Georgia department of Juvenile Justice will host the Veterans Spring Career Fair for military personnel from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. October 20th. For more information call Tony McKenzie at 229-333-5211. Career fairs are scheduled to take place across the state.

The American Association of University Women sponsors a candidate forum for local candidates 7-9 p.m. tonight in the Powell Hall Auditorium at Valdosta State University. Free parking is available in the Conference Parking lot on Georgia Avenue across from Powell Hall. The forum is free and open to the public. More information: Call Inday Bauer, (229) 460-1799.

Zatavius Tamar Lewis 20, Bobby Lee Hill 21 and Jacovia Williams 17 have been indicted by a grand jury in Lowndes County in connection with an April incident and chase that began in Morven and ended in Lowndes County. Lewis was charged with aggravated assault on a peace officer and other violations. Hill faced marijuana possession and distribution charges and Williams was charged with possession of marijuana. Also arrested and charged was a 16 year old female. All of the suspects are from Moultrie.

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