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Ex-Fulton financial supervisor charged with stealing county funds

Ex-Fulton financial supervisor charged with stealing county funds
November 5, 2010 --

Fulton County police on Thursday arrested a central figure in an alleged theft of taxpayers’ funds and an alleged cover-up by county commissioners. Nicola Hosier, formerly a financial systems supervisor in Fulton County’s human services agency, faces 15 counts of forgery and credit card theft. Republicans, meanwhile, questioned the timing of the arrest — which came two days after the general election.

Oct. 9

October 9, 2009 --

MCG takes oversight of mental health hospitals Deal’s partner says they ditched state business over safety, moral concerns Broun bill would let hunters import polar bear trophies Georgia DOT drops federal stimulus road signs Judge, DA claim immunity from suit by man jailed for 6 months past release date Defense: Evidence withheld in ex-Forsyth County […]

Another Fulton County jailer pleads guilty

Another Fulton County jailer pleads guilty
September 22, 2009 --

A former Fulton County jailer pleaded guilty today to lying about the death of a mentally ill inmate. Derontay Anton Langford, 33, admitted lying to a federal grand jury investigating the March 2008 death of inmate Richard Glasco (left). Former detention officer Curtis Jerome Brown Jr., accused of the beating that led to Glasco’s death, and another former deputy are scheduled to go on trial next month. Langford faces a penalty of up to 10 years in prison. Look for Langford to be a witness if it goes to trial.

How did accused killers get out of jail? Here’s how…

How did accused killers get out of jail? Here's how...
August 27, 2009 --

Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard complained this week about judges releasing accused murderers on bond, after one allegedly shot a second victim in the face. He listed 45 defendants and wanted to know how they could return to the streets while awaiting trial. But jail records show four of the defendants are not accused of murder. A few others remain locked up. And the man responsible for releasing two of the suspects was … Paul Howard.

July 17

July 17, 2009 --

Federal judge rules against Ga. in water litigation Fulton County jail director, others plan to quit Perdue forms group to craft autism abuse policy Poll funded by Cobb co-op helps board members, critics say Co-defendant to testify against Swindall, McCreary UGA studying reproductive effects of estrogens in rivers Albany: Documents refute transfer claim

Fulton deputy going once…going twice…gone?

Fulton deputy going once...going twice...gone?
June 8, 2009 --

Sheriff’s deputy Mitnee Jones, charged with covering up a fatal beating at the Fulton County Jail, could be fired if she’s found guilty. The question is: Will the third time be the charm? The sheriff’s office fired Jones, 46, in 2003 and again in 2004. Each time, she got her job back. Those dismissals followed […]

Two Fulton County sheriff’s lieutenants arrested

April 23, 2009 --

The news release from the U.S. Attorney’s office, sent at 1:59 p.m. on Thursday, April 23: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   CONTACT:  Patrick Crosby 4/23/09 (404) 581-6016 http://www.usdoj.gov/usao/gan/ FAX (404)581-6160 TWO FULTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S LIEUTENANTS ARRESTED Two Lieutenants Indicted for Civil Rights Violations and Obstruction of Justice for Incidents at Fulton County Jail   Atlanta, GA – […]