August 5, 2007
Albany -- Four apartments at an Albany complex were broken into Saturday night, leaving the apartments a complete mess.
A neighbor walking her dog this morning found the back doors of four apartments at 414 Clarenden Court kicked open.
None of the residents in apartments A, B, D or F were home. Police responded this morning and dusted for prints.
A computer and a couple of cameras were stolen from one apartment.
The Albany Police Department assigned this case to a special burglary unit who will continue investigating.
Any one with information can call 431-2100.
Workers at the Georgia Department of Transportation are monitoring Southwest Georgia roadways that may become dangerous overnight.
An Albany Church is giving those without a warm place to stay some much needed shelter Wednesday as temperatures become dangerously cold.
The Albany-Dougherty Economic Development Commission recognized one of the regions newest producers on its final #MadeInAlbanyGA tour stop.
As snow hit South Georgia for a second time this month, not everyone was pleased with its return.
A high school teacher has been arrested and charged with aggravated child molestation and sexual assault by persons with supervisory authority.