June 11, 2008by Jennifer EmertAlbany - A scorched hulk is all that remains left of what used to be a Ford Taurus.
The fire department says unknown suspects drove the car through the fence at the dead end of West Oakridge Drive and damaged the gate.
Investigators say the intense heat damaged the VIN plate, making it unrecognizable.
Investigators are trying to determine if the car was stolen. Anyone with information is asked to call the Dougherty County Police.
Valdosta Police responded to a burglary call Sunday morning about 8:30. They saw that someone had broken a window trying to get into the church in the 800 block of West Magnolia Street.
The university recently appointed Dorene Medlin as Director for the Center for Faculty Excellence.
Mechanic Tom Gieryic said many people think battery issues arise from cold, frigid weather, but the summer heat can also drain a car battery.
Albany State University officials are focusing on boosting enrollment numbers by recruiting local students.
‘Hurricane Hoedown’ to help families and first responders affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Albany Utilities is opening a centralized call center, and more.