James Appel, 34, is wanted for child molestation and is considered "armed and dangerous," police say.
Harvey Johnson, 52, was charged with simple battery against a law enforcement officer, removal of a weapon of an officer, and two counts of obstruction. He was booked into the Fayetteville County jail.
Police say the dump truck driver crashed the truck into a store in Fayetteville and was hospitalized.
Peachtree City police arrested a Fayette County man under investigation for extortion.
A suspect wanted in three counties for entering autos was captured by deputies in Fayette County after a high speed chase and foot pursuit.
The Fayetteville Police Department said two men wanted for a Saturday shooting in Fayetteville were arrested in Virginia.
Fayetteville police will soon have a new non-lethal tool.
Fayette County deputies released a video of a high-speed chase of two suspects wanted for stealing mail.
Marvin Jenkins and Jada Landers were booked into the Fayette County jail after a brief pursuit and foot chase, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office said.
Investigators have released a portion of the surveillance video showing a squirt gun fight that turned into actual gunfire, killing one and injuring another in Fayette County earlier this month.
An arrest has been made in a water gun fight that turned into a real deadly shootout at a Fayette County park earlier this month.
With violent storms hitting North Georgia this spring, more people are turning to tornado shelters to keep themselves and their loved one’s safe.
Police are offering a $500 reward to anyone who can help them catch a liquor thief who targeted the Frederick Brown Jr Amphitheater.
A Georgia family received a new handicap van to replace the one destroyed in a tornado a few weeks ago, thanks to the generosity of a local dealership.
Laurin Hinson created a pre-shampoo detangler after not finding a product that worked on her thick hair. She hopes her product will be useful to other girls facing a similar issue.
A Fayetteville man no longer has to spend hours cleaning the oil or grease from more than 90,000 pennies which he said was dumped in his driveway as his last paycheck from his former employer.
A survey released by the National Weather Service detailed the amount of destruction the EF-4 tornado wrought in less than one hour.
A Fayetteville man said his last paycheck from his former employer came in the form of over 90,000 oil- or grease-covered pennies dumped on his driveway.
Police have identified two teens killed during a car crash Saturday evening in Peachtree City.
The City of Fayetteville Municipal Court announced Tuesday it's launching an amnesty program for individuals facing arest and other penalties due to delinquent traffic tickets, city ordinance or misdemeanor violations.