Griffin Police Chief Frank Strickland said Moxon “is on administrative duty inside the building.”
According the Spalding County Sheriff’s Office, on Sept. 14, after receiving forensic evidence from the Georgia Bureau of Investigations Crime Lab, warrants were obtained for the arrest of Moxon, 28, of Culloden, charging him with battery. false report of a crime and false statements and writings. The first two have been dismissed according to the District Attorney’s Office, and the last bound over for trial in Superior Court.
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