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Authorities take 3 into custody on drug charges

Three people were taken into custody after authorities raided Kingdom Kutz Barber Shop in Hiram, Georgia. The raid was the result of an investigation that lasted several months and resulted in search warrants being executed on April 4. Authorities found cocaine, methamphetamine and ecstasy as well as psilocybin mushrooms. They also found a .40 caliber semi-automatic gun, ammunition and accessories designed for use with weapons.

Motorcycle accident deaths increase by 8.3 percent in 2015

Motorcycle accidents around the country claimed 4,594 lives in 2015 according to figures from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the federal road safety watchdog's data reveals that motorcyclists and their passengers were 29 times more likely to die in a crash in that year than passenger vehicle occupants in Georgia and across the U.S. The 2015 motorcycle accident fatality figures represent an 8.3 percent increase over the 2014 death toll, but motorcycle accident injuries were down by 4.3 percent from 92,000 in 2014 to 88,000 in 2015.

Elijah Holyfield charged with marijuana offense

College football fans might be interested in learning that Elijah Holyfield, the University of Georgia running back and the son of Evander Holyfield, has been charged with possessing marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The incident happened in the early morning hours of May 1.

How one truck crash can cause 3 different types of accidents

Commercial transportation is crucial to the U.S. economy, and there are millions of commercial trucks currently in operation. We see these vehicles on Georgia roads and highways every day. Most of the time, sharing the road with them is uneventful; everyone gets where they need to be safely and on time. Unfortunately, trucking accidents can and do happen.

New device can check phones for texting, other actions

Law enforcement in Georgia will be better able to determine whether an accident was caused by a driver using a cellphone phone if the state adopts a new device called the textalyzer. Named because it is modeled on the Breathalyzer test, the textalyzer connects to a phone. With the tap of a button, the last activities will be displayed. The textalyzer can detect taps, swipes, open apps, and determine whether the use of the phone was hands-free. However, civil rights advocates have expressed concern that the device might violate a person's privacy.

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