Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp speaks at a Wednesday morning press conference held at the Upson County Courthouse about 46 RICO and gang statute indictments. Some of the indictments include 92 counts of of Racketeeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, 59 counts of violation of the Georgia Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act, and four counts of felony murder, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. More information will be posted later on The Griffin Daily News website and in Thursday's print edition.
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