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A Hull man was arrested on drug charges recently after his estranged wife called to report him sitting in the driveway of their Bryant Court home.

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A structure fire was reported at 10 a.m., Aug. 14, at 130 Tabitha Ridge in Colbert. Colbert, Danielsville and Comer volunteer fire departments responded. No one was home during the fire. The Red Cross was called to offer assistance to the residents of the home.

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A pedestrian was reportedly struck by a vehicle on Neese-Commerce Road on July 22 about 10:49 p.m. According to the E-911 report, a caller stated that he had struck a man who was in the road. The pedestrian was reportedly responsive and complaining of leg pain and bleeding from a head wound.…

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An Athens man was arrested recently on child molestation charges. Jarvis Torrence Mack, 45, was charged with aggravated sexual battery and two counts of child molestation.

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A clerk at a store in Carlton reported that three females came into the store with two of them wearing backpacks and one not wearing one.

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A woman reported that she found a kitten with a gunshot wound in its neck at an Ila store last week. The woman told the responding deputy that she had rescued the kitten as part of a litter of several kittens that were in the area of the store. She said she had been told by someone else that…

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A Madison County deputy was recently dispatched to a home on Hwy. 72 regarding a dispute between sisters in which one of the females had a knife. The father had gotten the knife away from his daughter before officers arrived. The father said the incident occurred while he was at work.

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A deputy was dispatched to a home on Hudson Rivers Church Road recently regarding a domestic dispute between a daughter and her father. The girl, who was listed as a juvenile, said her father had hit her in the face and back of the head, but had left before the deputy arrived. The girl said …

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An Athens man received jail time recently in Madison County for obstructing an officer. Bobby Lee Sims, of Athens, was sentenced in Madison County Superior Court by Judge Chris Phelps to serve ten months of jail on a charge of obstruction of an officer. Charges of terroristic threats and two…