A Lowndes County grand jury refused to indict David Harrelson after the district attorney presented the case in the death of Joshua Commander.
Commander died on January 4, in Hahira.
The grand jury no-billed the case, and Harrelson was released from jail. The warrant against Harrelson was dismissed Monday.
Harrelson's attorney, J. Michael Bass, said in a letter to WALB that Harrelson was defending himself and committed no crime.
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Dougherty County Schools Superintendent Kenneth Dyer is preparing for his first school year in his new role.
It's that time for kids to head back to the classroom, but what about after school? Here is a list of places kids can go to keep learning and interact with others outside of class.
The Albany Fire Department responded to a house fire early Friday morning on Elva Street.
Two people were hospitalized after a high speed chase ended in a crash in Dougherty County early Friday morning.