Candlelight Vigil held in Gray, Georgia

On October 17, 2018 the Ocmulgee Judicial District Attorney's Office hosted a candlelight vigil in Gray, Georgia to raise awareness in the community about Domestic Violence. Our office would like to express our gratitude to Victims' Advocate, Nancy Gordon, for all of her hard work in putting the vigil together. We would also like to thank all of the wonderful speakers, government offices, and the people who attended this vigil and made it a success.

Baldwin County conviction

After a short deliberation by a Baldwin County Jury, Mia Coleman was convicted of the offenses of Trafficking in Cocaine and Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Distribute on October 4, 2018. Coleman was sentenced by Honorable Judge William A. Prior, Jr. to thirty (30) years with the first twelve (12) years in confinement in the Georgia Department of Corrections. Coleman's sentence also included a $300,000.00 fine.

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