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Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012 1:23 PM
Updated 7:27 PM
Georgia Division of Family and Children Services office raided
By Ben Wright
Georgia Newspaper Partnership
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COLUMBUS, Ga. -- The Georgia Bureau of Investigation and other authorities raided the Muscogee County offices of the Division of Family and Children Services Wednesday and issued warrants for two women, a supervisor and former acting director, the GBI said in a statement to the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.
Warrants were issued for Phyllis Mitchell, an intake supervisor, and Deborah Cobb, a former acting director of DFCS for 18 months. Both are charged with one count each of making false statements and writings, concealment of facts, fraudulent documents in matters within jurisdiction of state or political subdivisions and subornation of false swearing.
Authorities suspect supervisors at the DFCS Child Protective Services office destroyed, delayed, changed or falsified reports to maintain compliance with department guidelines.
Remember to vote this happened to me and my family. Jesus wouldn'r lie. He.came to testify to the TrUTH.
People shouldn't be punished for having problems. Officers should be required to have a MA in Family Counciling.
The Lincoln County Sherriff's Office in Davenport Wa wear body cams and have for almost two years. They are amazing and kind, helpful caring officers who are respectful and use discernment when handling the calls issues and citizens . I'm very proud of this county where I live.
Oh and did I mention they wash and hang dry their own uniforms.
Spokane Police could take a few pointers from the police and judicial system out here. The body cams are what the REAL badges are. Transparency. Abuse of power and of the innocent is ugly and God don't like ugly . Ya'll know who you are.
But we are Citizen's Against the Abuse of the Innocent and Neglected. CAAAIN---- check it out of google+ facebook and twitter. Keep putting the Abusers On Blast INLANDER.!
My friend is in the hospital because his electricity was turned off and he couldn't use his oxygen. He tried to pay but they wouldn't turn it back on unless he payed more than what the charitable organization could help him with
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