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In Douglasville News This Week: 60 Years for Child Molestation

In case you missed it, these were some of the important stories of the week.

In Douglasville News This Week: 60 Years for Child Molestation

Former Mayor Mickey Thompson Among 78 Indicted by Grand Jury

Former Douglasville Mayor Mickey Thompson and former County Commissioner Freddie Ashmon are among the 78 people indicted by a Douglas County Grand Jury Monday. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Police Search for Walmart Beer Thief

The Douglasville Police Department is looking for a man who filled up a shopping cart with beer and exited the store without paying. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Former Mayor Turns Self In, Released on $10,000 Cash Bond

Former Douglasville Mayor Mickey Thompson turned himself into the Douglas County Jail on Sept. 24 and was released less than two hours later on a $10,000 cash bond. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Hungry Howie's Goes Pink

The local . have joined the fight against breast cancer with their Love, Hope & Pizza campaign. For every pizza purchased, Hungry Howie’s will make a donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Welcome Home to Douglasville Troops!

Dozens of Douglasville soldiers arrived at the Oglethorpe Armory this morning, arriving back in Georgia after being deployed for nearly one year. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Sheriff: Come to New Jail Open House

Douglas County Sheriff Phil Miller invites the community to an open house for the new jail on Nov. 10. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

Douglasville Man Sentenced 60 Years for Child Molestation

Arthur Gerald Crosby of Douglasville will serve the first 25 years of his sentence in prison after entering a guilty plea to three counts of Child Molestation. Crosby will serve the remainder of his 35-year term on probation. See the full Douglasville Patch story here.

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