Athens-Clarke County Manager Blaine Williams discussed the county’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic with the mayor and commission in a work session Tuesday evening.
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Athens-Clarke County Police Department, University of Georgia Police Department and other local law enforcement agencies will not arrest people suspected of marijuana possession until new THC testing equipment is available because hemp, marijuana's cousin, was legalized in May.
Criminal justice agencies in Athens seek to issue citations rather than arrest suspects on certain non-violent misdemeanor offenses as allowed by Senate Bill 407. This will go into effect July 1 as long as current SB 222 passes.
University of Georgia students, faculty and staff can have their parking citation of $50 or less waived through the Food for Fines program to be held on Thursday, April 18 at the Tate Surface Lot from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Eligible participants can have their fines waived by donating ten 14-ounce canned goods at the event.
5 people charged in second fight in 2 weeks at Cloud bar
A student using a Tate crosswalk was hit by a University of Georgia bus on Wednesday, Sept. 26, according to a police report.
UPDATE: The Athens-Clarke County Police Department released a public service announcement to show residents how to follow the law while riding…
Driver arrested for false information and no license
Young male damages police property
Laser tool reported stolen