After a routine response to a dispute, alert police officers discovered a filthy two-year old child, surrounded by cockroach-infested garbage, sitting in a hot car.
On Saturday afternoon, according to police reports, Cairo police officers were called to a 9th Ave. NE, Cairo address where two women were having a heated dispute. One said the argument was over pills and the other claimed money was the issue. The officers could not determine which woman was telling the truth and decided the best action was to separate them.
Officers escorted a white woman in her late 30s to her car. As she got into the vehicle, Officer Michael Logue noticed a small child in the back seat surrounded by clothing and garbage.
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Arrests made in 2 burglaries at cell phone business
VALDOSTA — An arrest has been made in the burglary of the Phone Shack on Ashley Street.
Valdosta Police report that on Monday, officers responded to the Phone Shack, located at 707 N. Ashley Street, in reference to a burglary. Officers found that force was used to gain access to the building and that several items were missing. This case was turned over to the Valdosta Burglary Unit for investigation.
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