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The Newton County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the Department of Community Supervision, hosted the 15th Annual Sex Offender Compliance Check for registered sex offenders residing in the Newton County area on Oct. 31.
A landmark court ruling has led to nearly half of Georgia’s most high-risk sex offenders being released from their ankle monitors over the pas…
ATLANTA — Halloween signs and legal hurdles tripped up legislation aimed at requiring repeat sexual offenders to wear electronic ankle monitors for life in Georgia that a state House panel examined this week.
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Gov. Brian Kemp appointed Newton County Sheriff Ezell Brown to the Sexual Offender Registration Review Board (SORRB) on Oct. 24 at the state Capitol in Atlanta.
Three residents of Butts County on the Georgia Sex Offender Registry brought the case against Butts County Sheriff Gary Long and other sheriff's office employees, asking a federal judge to bar deputies from placing signs on their properties that read: "Waring! No trick-or-treat at this address!! A community safety message from Butts County Sheriff Gary Long."