Impaired driving crackdown dedicated to McDonough ...
by Associated Press
05:01 PM, Thursday, July 30
A recent crackdown on drunk drivers and other traffic violations in Henry County was dedicated to an artist who was supposed to sculpt a statue of Martin Luther King Jr. but died in a crash with a suspected drunk driver. Andy Davis, 53, was riding...

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