A woman was struck and killed by a train Thursday morning in Gainesville, according to a press release from the Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO).
A woman on Pocket Rd. said $5,000 was taken from her and her husband’s account after receiving a phone call from a man claiming to work for McAfee computer security.
A Hall County inmate who walked away from a work release detail on Dec. 22 is back in custody, according to a press release from the Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO).
The Hall County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a convenience store armed robbery that happened in the East Hall County area Thursday night, Jan. 19, according to a press release from the agency.
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Criminal investigators with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) have rounded up five suspects believed to be responsible for an armed robbery at Dec. 31 party in Gainesville, according to a press release from HCSO.
The Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) and federal authorities seized drugs worth approximately $85,000 on the street and arrested three people in Gainesville this week during the culmination of an investigation.
A woman reportedly threatened an employee of a Hwy. 124 restaurant after being told her address was out of range for pizza delivery.
A Jefferson man concealing two bags of methamphetamine attempted to unload them when he placed the drugs on a Braselton police vehicle tire during a traffic stop, according to a report from the department.
Braselton police arrested a woman who reportedly ran from officers at a storage facility on Sparta Way, later locating her in a nearby vehicle.
A Gainesville man is in the Hall County Jail following his arrest on multiple sex offenses related to an assault on a young girl, according to a press release from the Hall County Sheriff's Office (HCSO).
Braselton police arrested a Loganville man at a Lewis Braselton Blvd. business location after he reportedly grabbed a female co-worker from behind, stabbed her with a piece of wood and attempted to strangle her.
A Braselton man on Golf Club Dr. said he provided $117,000 worth of gift cards over 10 months to a person he met on Instagram, none of which the person reimbursed.
A woman who lives on Lamar Lane said her ex-boyfriend secretly recorded a conversation — during which he claimed she owed him money — altered it and accused her of fraud.
UPDATE 2 (1-2-2023): Scott Mims has reportedly completed his pre-trial diversion program and won't be prosecuted on the initial criminal charges.
A man who said he was seeking a place to urinate was arrested in an Old Winder Hwy. parking lot after methamphetamine was reportedly found in his vehicle.
The construction site of Legacy Knoll Middle School — the new middle school being built in West Jackson — was recently struck by burglars who took over $21,000 in materials, according to a report filed by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.
The Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) is investigating an armed robbery that occurred at a convenience store on Hwy. 52/Old Cornelia Hwy. in East Hall County early Thursday evening, Dec. 22, according to an HCSO press release.
A suspect wanted in a series of burglaries on May 12 at Happy Pappy’s Storage in Gainesville has been arrested, according to a press release from the Hall County Sheriff’s Office.
Two Snellville men were recently arrested after returning merchandize they’d reportedly stolen from a Braselton business location on Lewis Braselton Blvd.
Investigators with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) have arrested a Gainesville man for possession and distribution of child pornography.
Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) investigators arrested a Clermont woman Tuesday, Dec. 13, on charges stemming from a child molestation incident this summer, according to an HCSO press release.
Traditions of Braselton recently incorporated a number of security cameras at key points throughout its 1,140-acre neighborhood. Monitored 24 hours a day, the cameras are designed to read license plates and have helped reduce crime by 70% in neighborhoods where they are employed, according t…
A woman who lives on Durham Rd. said a man claiming to work for the U.S. Customs Office attempted to gain her personal information during a recent phone call.
A South Carolina man was arrested on marijuana charges after a Braselton police officer reportedly pulled him over for speeding. Ten individually packaged plastic bags of marijuana were found in a metal water bottle inside the vehicle, according to the arrest report.
Investigators with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) continue to look into a Friday evening incident at Cherokee Bluff High School where two handguns were discovered during a basketball game on the school campus.
A convenience store manager on Hwy. 53 was reportedly punched in the face by an angry customer following a confrontation over a lack of ice cream toppings.
A woman said she’s trying to recover $66,000 she gave to a man she met on Match.com, according to a report filed with Braselton police.
Gift cards are an easy option for holiday giving, but investigators with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) are warning shoppers to be cautious with purchases, especially if they’re buying from racks in big box stores. The warning comes as a gift card scam has surfaced in nearby counties.
A Valdosta man was arrested on a host of charges in connection with fleeing Braselton Police in his vehicle after being approached by an officer in a hotel parking lot.
Gwinnett County firefighters put out a blaze at a Duluth apartment complex and rescued three people on scene during a fire on Nov. 11.
A Gainesville man under investigation for the financial exploitation of an elderly Hall County woman has been charged with a long list of crimes, including theft of funds from the victim, as well as weapons and narcotics offenses, according to the Hall County Sheriff’s Office.
A hit-and-run and reckless driving were reported on Hwy. 53 where a woman involved in an automobile accident fled the scene in another vehicle. An empty bottle of vodka was found in the front of the wrecked vehicle, according to the incident report.
A Gainesville man faces four felony charges of sexual exploitation of a minor after Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) investigators found him in possession of pornographic videos containing explicit images of children, according to an HCSO press release.
Two Lawrenceville men were arrested by Braselton police for possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute after a recent traffic stop.
A Covington man was recently arrested by Braselton police for possession of methamphetamine after the substance was reportedly found in a sunglasses case.
An off-road truck received significant damage at a construction site on John Randolph Dr., according to a report filed by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO). Two excavators on the site were also reportedly damaged.
The Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) will host a career fair on Oct. 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Gainesville Regional Youth Detention Center at 450 Crescent Drive, Gainesville.
The Hall County Sheriff’s Office has assigned three deputies to mobile patrols that will primarily focus on safety at the county’s 20 elementary schools, according to a press release.
Investigators with the Hall County Sheriff’s Office are releasing the name of the victim in an Oct. 2 murder case, despite being unable to contact the man’s relatives.
I have always heard that one of the worst sins is that of ingratitude. Even those with affluency can be given to indifference. In all levels of society all of us often take the simplest of things for granted.
After a two year pause, the American Cancer Society’s Flippin’ for the Tatas fundraiser for Breast Cancer Awareness and Education Month returns to Hall County. The 2022 event is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the University of North Georgia’s Gainesville campus.
A woman who works at a Friendship Rd. business said she was choked and pushed into a wall by another woman during an argument over lights left on at the office.
A man recently told the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) that juveniles are ringing his doorbell and knocking on his back windows at his Legendary Dr. residence. He also said other neighbors have experienced similar problems.
The man suspected in the theft of several animal statues from Gainesville’s Memorial Park Cemetery was arrested over the weekend after he led law enforcement officers on a chase in a stolen pickuo truck.
The Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) Special Investigations Unit (SIU) culminated a multi-agency undercover investigation into illegal gambling with the arrests of three men on Thursday, Oct. 6, according to an HCSO press release.
During a routine check at a Gainesville package delivery hub this week, the Hall County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) and the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Task Force seized a shipment of fentanyl tablets worth approximately $172,500, according to an HCSO press release.
The construction site of the new Legacy Knoll Middle School on Skelton Rd. was reportedly vandalized by someone using a construction company forklift.
Braselton officers recently arrested a man at a hotel on Zion Church Rd. who was reportedly wanted by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office for rape and aggravated assault charges.