The Polk County Jail releases arrest reports on weekday mornings. Click the attached PDF to find the July 27, 2017 report.
Keeping the public safe is the top job of every law enforcement officer locally or otherwise, but when they encounter a person who doesn't know they are a danger to themselves or others, how do they respond?
An Aragon man remained in jail without bond Tuesday after being accused of taking $55 in gas from a Citgo station on Huffaker Road off Ga. 20 and then locking himself inside the store and climbing through the ceiling early Monday.
The Polk County Jail releases arrest reports on weekday mornings. Click the attached PDF to find the July 13, 2017 report. Today's report also combines arrests from Wednesday, July 12.
A Polk County man who was cutting his grass was struck and killed by a driver this morning, according to information from the coroner's office.
A Cedartown man was jailed on multiple drug charges early last week after the Polk County Drug Task Force and the Cedartown Police Department found cocaine during a search warrant at a Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard apartment.
The Polk County Jail releases arrest reports on weekday mornings. Click the attached PDF to find the July 3, 2017 report. Today's reports also include the June 30 report which we were unable to post last Friday due to circumstances out of our control.
Polk County's Criminal Investigation division has been busy once again in the past weeks trying to keep the online world safe for children, and have caught three more individuals with the help of state and federal authorities dedicated to tracking online predators.
CEDARTOWN — A Cedartown woman was pronounced dead on the scene in a wreck on North Main Street on Friday night, according to Polk County Coroner Tony Brazier.
Polk County Sheriff Johnny Moats is so thankful for the help of local inmates who helped a deputy in distress during a work detail last week, he's decided that he's going to reduce their sentences.
The Polk County Police Department is keeping their overall investigation over the suicide of 12-year-old Katelyn Davis open for the time being as a detective goes through hours upon hours of online video Davis left behind.
A former part time employee at the Convenience Center on Canal Street in Cedartown has been charged by police for pointing a pistol at a Floyd County inmate who was working there, according to reports.