Prosecutors from the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office presented 31 cases to the Grand Jury today.
- POLICE & FIRE
Friday, January 18
Prosecutors from the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office presented 31 cases to the Grand Jury Friday, according to Douglas County District Attorney David McDade. The following cases were presented to the Grand Jury on Friday, Jan. 18: - Monta Daughtery, on charges of Obstruction of an officer and Theft by Shoplifting - David Steven Ingram, on charges of Aggravated Assault - Monta Burnett, on charges of Aggravated Assault - Gabriel Stephen Neely, on charges of Burglary and Theft by Receiving - Joshua Jontue Magee, on charges of Aggravated Assault - Don Whatley and Lori Whatley, on charges of Fraudulently Obtaining Controlled Substances - Amanda Jean Anderton, Curtis Leroy Anderton and …
A Hiram woman will serve 12 years in prison after news of a break-up drove her to run over an ex-boyfriend with a SUV.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, December 3, 2012
A Hiram woman will serve 12 years in prison after news of a break-up drove her to run over an ex-boyfriend with a SUV, according to District Attorney David McDade. Vanessa Marie Garrett-Rogers, 28, received a 30-year sentence from Chief Superior Court Judge Robert J. James after entering a guilty plea to charges of Aggravated Battery, Aggravated Assault and Leaving the Scene of an Accident on Monday. Once out of prison, Garrett-Rogers will serve the remaining 18 years on probation. She is also required to pay $57,850.46 in restitution to the victim. Assistant District Attorney Tom Kegley told the court that Garrett-Rogers struck the victim at Pinebrook Mobile Homes on July 2, 2010, hours after he ended a relationship with her. “While [the …