Officer-involved shooting in Hampton leaves one dead
by Staff
09:39 AM, Monday, July 28
According to Lt. Joey Smith, on July 24 around 4:33 p.m. Henry County Police officers were dispatched to a "trouble unknown - 911 Hang up call" at a home on Cobb Court in Hampton. Dispatch advised that three calls were made from the home from a di...

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