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Excessive speed was cited as a factor in a Friday morning accident that killed a Baxley woman, a Georgia state patrol report says. Ashley Newsome, 29, was driving a 2003 Lexus on Ben Carter Road north of Baxley when she lost control of the vehicle and skidded more than 120 feet along the roadway, the state patrol said. Comment?
The Trident Refit Facility is looking or applicants for its 2016 apprenticeship program to quality for jobs in the maintenance, repair and modernization of the submarine fleet at Kings Bay. The U.S. Department of Labor accredits the 4-year program that combines certificate level college courses with trade theory classes and on-the-job experience at the Trident Refit Facility, the agency said in a release. Comment?
Stella Dugan, left and her children leave the Walmart Neighborhood Market in Alma that closed Thursday. Dugan said she relied on the Walmart for prescriptions and now will have to drive nearly 30 miles to Waycross. Comment?
A Baxley woman convicted of stabbing her boyfriend twice, the second time fatally, will serve 10 years in prison and will be tried later for murder, the district attorney said. The Appling County that, on Oct. 28, convicted Rhonda Jo Crosby, 48, of two counts of aggravated assault in the stabbings of her boyfriend, Robert Crapps, 45, failed to reach a verdict on malice murder and felony murder charges. Comment?
A Baxley man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty in the shooting death of a teen friend while they were hunting, the district attorney said. Johnny Tyler Odom, 19, of Baxley, pleaded guilty but mentally ill Wednesday to involuntary manslaughter and two counts of making false statements, District Attorney Jackie Johnson said. Comment?
A Baxley woman who stabbed her live-in boyfriend to death just before Christmas has been convicted of aggravated assault and other charges in his death and a previous stabbing, the district attorney said. After deliberating several hours on Rhonda Jo Crosby's fate, the jury had not reached a verdict on malice murder and felony murder charges by 9:30 p.m Wednesday so Superior Court Judge Stephen G. Scarlett declared a mistrial on those counts and accepted the other verdicts, said Jackie Johnson, district attorney of the Brunswick Judicial Circuit. Comment?
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