LaFayette Police continue to work to find 14-year-old Graycie Millard. The police are working with the National Center for Missing Exploited Children. The organization provides additional resources to aid law enforcement. The center has provided an official poster. If you would like posters for your business contact the LaFayette Police Department. If you have any information about this case, please contact the LaFayette Police Department or call 911.
Expect these pleasant temperatures to hang around for a couple of days. Expect temps to be around 88 tomorrow. Should be a nice evening to watch Rambler Football kick off their season on the new artificial turf. Don’t worry thought, temperatures will be back into the 90’s by Sunday. Patrick Core has your forecast here on Georgia 93-7.
Dalton Police are looking for a missing man from Philadelphia. They say 45-year-old Sean Michael Currie checked into an Econo Lodge on July 29. He was last seen on August 3. But after he checked out, his car remained in the parking lot for a week. Eventually, hotel management called police. He had paid to extend his stay, but then disappeared. Family members in Pennsylvania say Currie has just sold his home the month before and may be experiencing mental health issues. Police do not believe foul pl Exay is involved. Sean Michael Currie is 5’8″ tall and weighs approximately 165 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information on his whereabouts are asked to call the Dalton Police Department.
Everyone is invited to come out to LaFayette High School tonight. It’s your chance to meet your Rambler athletes for the fall sports season and enjoy a pep rally. The activities begin at 6:30. It’s all happening on the new turf football field. Rambler football begins their season tomorrow night at home against Chattooga. You can hear the game on Georgia 93-7 and stream it online at DiscoverWalker.com