A relative of the Calhoun Police Officer who was injured in a crash while responding to an emergency call on Sunday has created a GoFundMe listing in order to raise money for the officer’s family while he misses work.
Gordon County Sheriff Mitch Ralston said Thursday that he wanted to extend a sincere "thank you" to Mohawk Industries in Calhoun for their gracious donation of face shields to the sheriff’s office.
What began as a traffic stop for running a red light ended with a list of charges for a Fairmount man early Friday morning after he tried to run from police and later fought with officers once in custody, according to Calhoun Police Department records.
The Gordon County Sheriff’s Office announced Tuesday that one of its employees has been fired and arrested and is accused of taking about $6,000 worth of bond money.
Gordon County Sheriff Mitch Ralston reported Sunday evening that the body of local man Robert Shane Reeves was found in Emerson, which is in Bartow County.
The Calhoun Police Department said officers will be conducting business as normal during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic but that residents in need of police assistance have the option of filing a report by phone in some situations.
The Calhoun Police Department arrested five people during three incidents over the weekend on an assortment of charges related to drugs, a gun and counterfeit money.
The Dalton Police Department is still looking for a teenage girl who ran away from the custody of her group home last month, and investigators are asking for the public’s help to identify a man who had contact with her the night she fled.
A pair of Murray County residents were arrested by the Calhoun Police Department on several felony drug charges in the early morning hours Friday during a traffic stop after an officer discovered several suspected methamphetamine pipes and a felony amount of marijuana.
Police say the driver in fatal, single-vehicle crash in September was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time of the incident.
The following indictments were handed down by a grand jury in Gordon County Superior Court on Monday, March 2. This process formally charges the individual, but they remain innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
A Calhoun man was arrested Wednesday after he attacked his stepson with a knife, threatened to kill someone and punched a television, according to a Calhoun Police Department record.
A 38-year-old Adairsville man was arrested last week by the Gordon County Sheriff’s Office, in corporation with the Department of Homeland Security, on charges he was in possession of child pornography.
Pilots from the Atlanta area reported that the twin-engine Cessna Citation they were flying before it crashed in Gordon County on Feb. 8 was presenting problems with the autopilot and an indicator, according to the preliminary incident report released by the National Transportation Safety Bo…
The Dalton Police Department is asking for the public’s help to locate 17-year-old Taylor Bailey. She ran away from the custody of her group home on Feb. 25 and investigators believe that she may be in the Gordon County area.
The following indictments were handed down by a grand jury in Gordon County Superior Court on Thursday, Jan. 20. This process formally charges the individual, but they remain innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
What began as a traffic stop for running a red light ended after a multi-agency police chase that resulted in a long list of charges for a Powder Springs man.
A man who appeared to have passed out behind the steering wheel of his vehicle in the Wendy’s parking lot Friday night was arrested after police found cocaine, pills and a gun, according to Calhoun Police Department records.
A traffic stop for a tinted license plate cover led an Adairsville Police Department officer to find more than nine grams of marijuana in a vehicle, then more than a pound of the plant at a residence, along with suspected THC butter, oil and other related items.
At least $1,900 and possibility as much as $3,000 was taken during an armed robbery at the Dollar General on Oothcalooga Street this week, according to a Calhoun Police Department report.
A Gordon County man was arrested last week and charged with several crimes after investigators say he inappropriately touched and spoke to a minor on multiple occasions for more than year.
An airplane crash in Gordon County near Fairmount has resulted in the deaths of multiple people, though few details are currently available because of the remote location of the crash.
Murray County resident Eric Roberts said he just wants to know where his daughter is, regardless of the circumstances behind her disappearance.
Calhoun resident Bruce Borgersen said he considers himself blessed Thursday morning after a large tree fell on his East Belmont Drive home because he and his wife were unharmed and the damage doesn't seem too terrible.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s Crime Laboratory has positively identified the body discovered on the evening of Sunday, Feb. 2, as that of Caleb Nathaniel Smith, 21, of 4673 Old Federal Road, Chatsworth, according to a press release from the Gordon County Sheriff’s Office.
Three Calhoun men were arrested on Saturday after a fight in the parking lot of the Calhoun Walmart ended when one of the individuals pulled out an “AR-15 style rifle,” according to a Calhoun Police Department report.
An Atlanta man accused of crashing into two brothers who had stopped along Interstate 75 has been indicted by a Cobb grand jury on counts of homicide by vehicle in the first degree and serious injury by vehicle.
ATLANTA - Gov. Brian Kemp unveiled legislation Thursday aimed at toughening Georgia’s anti-gang laws by lengthening prison sentences, extending the reach of law enforcement agencies across county lines and adding the death penalty as an option for gang-related murder convictions.
The Gordon County Sheriff’s Office arrested four individuals, three of whom are from Whitfield County, on methamphetamine charges on Tuesday after a deputy noticed people acting suspiciously behind a gas station on U.S. 41 North.