Alleged killers Jennifer Clark and Kenneth Michael Yost were indicted on multiple charges last week by the Lamar County grand jury.
The pair is accused of beating Clark's ex-husband Donald Clark to death with a metal baseball bat last November and dumping his body in a Redbone cornfield where it was found on Christmas eve.
Clark and Yost were indicted on one count of malice murder and two counts of felony murder. No announcement has been made as to whether district attorney Richard Milam will seek the death penalty in the case. [Full Story »]
The cases against alleged killers Jennifer Clark and Kenneth Michael Yost will go before the Lamar County grand jury this week. The grand jury was empaneled Monday.
Clark and Yost are charged with murder. They allegedly beat Clark's ex-husband Donald Clark to death with a metal baseball bat last November and dumped his body in a Redbone cornfield where it was found on Christmas Eve 2008.
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A decision as to whether or not the death penalty will be sought for alleged killer Ronald Eugene Smith could come as early as this week.
Smith is scheduled to appear before Judge Tommy Wilson Wednesday at 9 a.m. for an announcement in his case. District attorney Richard Milam may announce at that time whether he will seek the death penalty for the alleged Grove Street shooter. [Full Story »]
Georgia State Patrol continues to investigate a wreck involving an overturned late model Chevy 4-door Blazer.
According to Captain Todd Pippin of Lamar Co. Sheriff's Office, officer Brandon Goins and his partner attempted to pull the vehicle over on I-75 for improper lane change and for having no license plate on either the front or rear of the vehicle. When sirens and lights were employed the driver fled.
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