Agencies join forces to end fraud charity calls…

Release: Attorney General Carr and Secretary of State Raffensperger Join FTC, 37 Other States, and D.C. To Shut Down Massive Charity Fraud Telefunding Operation Attorney General Chris Carr, along with the Federal Trade Commission and…

Kemp shares his thoughts on federal testing amid…

Release: Gov. Kemp Issues Statement on Biden Administration Waiver Decision Atlanta, GA – Governor Brian P. Kemp issued a statement regarding the Biden Administration's decision to deny a waiver petitioning the federal government to waive testing…

Coffee County meth dealer pleads guilty

Release: Coffee County man pleads guilty to methamphetamine distribution Federal charge could bring up to 20 years in prison BRUNSWICK, GA:  A Coffee County man faces up to 20 years in federal prison after admitting…

USED denies waiver on federal testing requirements

Statement from State School Superintendent Richard Woods on U.S. Department of Education testing, accountability decisions February 24, 2021 – “On the evening of February 22, all states received information from the U.S. Department of Education (USED)…

GA man fakes records to frame someone for…

Release: Fake whistleblower sentenced to federal prison for trying to frame a former acquaintance for violating patient privacy Man created fake email accounts, used others' identities SAVANNAH, GA:  A Rincon man who portrayed himself as…

Seven Georgians indicted on firearm charges

Release: Seven individuals indicted on federal firearms charges under agencies' collaborative effort Investigations target illegally possessed firearms SAVANNAH, GA:  Seven defendants face federal felony firearms after indictments by a U.S. District Court grand jury in…