A lawyer for a Carrollton family says it was wrong for police to arrest a teen stemming from an incident that he had nothing to do with.
Just a day after he was able to go home for the first time since being shot in the line of duty, a fever sent Carrollton Sgt. Rob Holloway back to the ICU.
After months of recovery from being shot during a police chase, Carroll County Sgt. Rob Holloway is finally coming home, and you can help welcome him back.
The Carrollton Police Department said Sgt. Rob Holloway, shot in the head on April, 12, is expected to return home from Shepherd Center on July 14.
Carroll County officials said 18-year-old Shakiya “Kiya” Burns unknown make and model sedan wearing a blue shirt and blue jeans. Police said she got in the car at around 2:30 a.m. near the 100 block of Carroll Creek Lane.
Shepherd Center said Carrollton Police Officer Sgt. Rob Holloway and his son, Grady, who recently graduated from Carrollton High School and celebrated his 18th birthday, were reunited for a surprise graduation party.
Melissa Moran and Daniel Bookout have been missing since Tuesday. Their truck was found on Lake Drive in Villa Rica abandoned.
The Carroll County Sheriff's Office said 15-year-old Cassidy Curtis was last seen at around 5:30 p.m. on Lost Lake Way in Villa Rica wearing a red Coke shirt, blue jeans and white Vans shoes.
Joseph Max Thompson was last seen on May 28 at his home on Barnes Road in Waco, the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office.
Police were called out to a report of an aggravated assault during a friendly card game at a Bowden home on May 20. Investigators said the victim died from his injuries.
A Carrollton Police Department officer shot during a violent police chase on April 12 was transferred from Grady Memorial Hospital to Shepherd Center in Atlanta for brain injury rehabilitation, officials said Tuesday.
Investigators say the fire was intentionally set inside one of the rooms in the Carrollton motel early Friday morning.
Villa Rica police said a suspect accused of fatally shooting someone at a bar after midnight on Saturday is in custody.
Officials provided an optimistic update on the recovery of a police officer shot in the line of duty.
On Thursday evening, the son of wounded Carrollton Police Department Sgt. Rob Holloway accepted an academic award at a ceremony for seniors.
Community efforts are underway to help the families of two of the police officers shot during that violent high-speed chase in Carroll County last Monday. Both of the officers face a long road ahead in their recovery.
The Carroll County Sheriff's Department released harrowing footage that shows one of two suspects in a Monday morning firing multiple rounds at a deputy's vehicle.
The surviving suspect who police say led them on an early morning high-speed chase will remain behind bars, a Carroll County magistrate judge ruled on Tuesday.
Law enforcement in Carroll County said three officers were injured, a suspect is dead and another is in custody after multiple agencies responded to a shooting incident on Monday morning.
Authorities in Carroll County arrested two high school students involved in a shooting incident that killed a 17-year-old girl.