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lp Sought y Lawmen ators with the Troup County Sheriff&apos;s Office are ask- !or help in solving the recent theft of a 1994 6x12 single axle r trailer from commercial equipment on West Point Road. s theft occurred between October 6 and October 7. Investigators are also looking for the person that toot< a 250- propane tank from a residence on Pine Hill Road between 22 and September 25. If anyone has any information concerning this or any crime, call Crime Stoppers at 812-1000. Safety Inspections Offered Residents Of Troup County can have their homes inspected t safety next week as part of Crime Prevention Month with the County Sheriff's Office. Starting 1VIonday, anyone who lives in Troup County can have come to their home ,and check the house to see if any can be made. Deputies will use a checklist to look Such things as doors and windows as well as outdoor lighting accessibility for burglars. The inspections will continue Saturday. "If we can educate residents on ways to keep burglars out, actually prevent crime before it happens," says Sheriff Turner. To have your home inspected, residents can call Captain ,lames at 883-1616 to set up a time for the inspection. Crime Prevention Month continues with more activities includ- g Red Ribbon Week with the annual tying of red ribbons on the of "IYoup County with other sheriff's offices and a jail Wednesday, October 25, from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. SPECIAL OFFER Health Group Plans Forum The Babies Can't Wait program for Public Health District 4 serves this area will hold a public forum to receive com- about early intervention services for infants and toddlers disabilities or significant developmental delays. The forum will be held on October 25 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 the Coweta County Health Department, 137 Jackson Street, The public is invited to attend. For reservations, spe- I accommodations or more information, call Phyllis Turner or Harcrow at 1-800-847-4262. Driveway Repair Scams County Sheriff Donny Turner is again warning rest- about possible false contractors soliciting driveway repair )n two occasions this week individuals have approached wanting to repair their driveway. On one occasion the homeowner was told that the repair would )roximately $200 but when the job was complete the home- was charged $600. If a homeowner is approached by anyone wanting to do drive- repair, please call 911 so that deputies can check these peo- If you are, plan on attending our JOB FAIR On Fri., Oct. 27th 9am to 12 Noon Here's your chance to oin one of the largest manufacturers of printed circuit boards in North America. Due to unprecedented growth, Photocircuits Corporation, in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Labor, will be hosting a Job Fair to recruit ambitious, goal- oriented individuals for the following positions: MACHINE OPERATORS INSPECTORS MACHINE MAINTENANCE TECHNICAL POSITIONS CUSTODIAL/FLOOR TECHNICIAN SECURITY OFFICER 2ND & 3RD SHIFTS AVAILABLE FOR ALL POSITIONS licants shoukl )ossess excellent manual dexterity and a strong desire to rn and grow with an industry leader. At least 6 months of related anufacturing experience is preferred. offers a timulating work environment along with pro- freedom anti the opportunity for individual achievement and )lishment. n addition, we offer highly competitive salaries, an benefits package and real advancement opportunity. : 7..:.: , , r Our lOBFAIR will be held at MERIWETHER DEFACS OFFICE 17234 Rooseveli Higllway, Greenville, GA ALL APPLICANTS WtEI_ BE INTERVIEWED For information call: (706)845-4000 unable to attend, applications will be accepted Monday-Friday, from to 5PM at: Human Resources Department, PHOTOClRCUITS 320 Dividend Drive, Peachtree City, GA 30269. 678-364-5203. ptcrecruiier@photocircuits.com. Or Contact the Department of Labor. Equal OpportUnity Employer. @ Photocircuits CORPORATION Continued from Page 1A Officer Dunklee said it is diffi- cult for Murray to concentrate and answer questions. He was trans- ported to the West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange by the EMS. Reports state the officers spoke with witnesses concerning the inci- dent. Emma Jean IAiller said she saw Murray after he had been hit hold- ing his hand and head and Cotton was standing next to tm with a chair in his hand. Yvonne Boyd id she was in the yard when Cotton entered and picked up a chair and struck him with it. Both witnesses said Mun'ay had not prow)ked Cotton to attack lima. ()n Murray's miti questioning, he stated Cotton was trying to rob him but Mun'ay 'said he didn't have any money. MtuTay stated he didn't want to press charges at tiffs thne. ()n Sunday evening around 9:30 police arrested Harold Wayne l,awson of 202 White street and charged him with simple battery after Nancy Carnien Polk of the same residence told police he arabbed her upper left arm and sh, ook hm; then kicked her on the left shin. 1 '()lice said they (lid notice a red mark on Polk's upper left arm and a bruid lump on her left shin. 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