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  • Nov. 6

    November 6, 2009 --

    DeKalb officials delay closing schools to get more input Salmonella victims upset no one prosecuted yet Report: Most Georgia congressmen are millionaires Blitch sentencing date set Mounting inmate lawsuits put pressure on Camden County

    2nd Polk County deputy pleads guilty, faces federal prison

    November 6, 2009 --

    A second former Polk County deputy faces prison for crimes involving the sheriff’s department. Kenneth Lane Gravett, 42, of Cedartown pleaded guilty today to mail fraud for filing a false theft report so he could collect an insurance claim on his Harley Davidson. Last month, Joshua David Lowe, 25, was sentenced to 21 months in prison for beating a jail inmate who had been strapped into a restraint chair. Read the news release on Gravett’s plea…