Scott Davis is an innocent man, yet he sits in prison wrongly convicted of the 1996 murder of David Coffin, Jr. This website will show you some of the facts that prove that the conviction of Scott represents a miscarriage of justice and that a killer remains free. The website also announces a $350,000 reward for information in this case. It provides you with a way to contact us and correct this injustice, and perhaps catch a killer. Read the rest of this entry »
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Oct 21 2010
Sep 30 2010
The robberies happened on July 2 at the Lakewood post office on Jonesboro Road in southeast Atlanta and most recently on August 2 at the Redan post office in Lithonia.
“Although postal inspectors do not have specific information to connect the two robberies, it’s possible,” said Yulanda N. Burn, Postal Inspector and Public Information Officer for the Atlanta division. Read the rest of this entry »
Feb 18 2010
1-4-11 Update: CLEVELAND, Ga - The brother of Kristi Cornwell, who disappeared while walking near her parents’ home more than a year ago, found his sister’s burned, skeletal remains on New Year’s Day in the north Georgia woods after one of his many hours of diligent searching.
Cornwell, a 38-year-old former probation officer, disappeared in August 2009 in Union County. Her boyfriend, who was talking to her on her cell phone at the time, told police that she said a vehicle appeared to be following her and he overheard a struggle moments later.
Richard Cornwell found his sister’s remains Saturday while conducting his own search of a 2-square-mile area using information given to him by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, said GBI Director Vernon Keenan on Monday. Investigators had planned to search that land this month because cell phone records indicated the primary suspect, James Carringer, was there the night that Cornwell disappeared.
Carringer, 42, killed himself in May after a standoff with Atlanta police who were trying to arrest him on charges that he raped a teenager in Gilmer County. Police in Montgomery, Ala., said Carrin
The family of a missing Blairsville, Ga., woman — who police say was abducted while talking to her boyfriend on her phone — hopes that a $50,000 reward will help turn up clues in her disappearance.
Kristi Cornwell disappeared from Blairsville, GA on Aug. 11, 2009. Her family announced the $50,000 award in a recent statement.
The family said the money will be awarded for information leading to Cornwell’s safe return and/or the arrest and conviction of the people responsible for her disappearance.