Woman sought for credit card, identity theft

GLYNN COUNTY, Ga. -- The Glynn County Police Department is seeking the public's help identifying a woman wanted for identity theft.

The unknown female in the surveillance photo above is also suspected of credit card fraud, according to a Facebook post by the Glynn County Police Department.

Anyone who has any information about this suspect is asked to contact the Glynn County Police Department at 912-554-7816.

To remain anonymous, contact Silent Witness at 912-264-1333.

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Starry Nights Music in the Park Hosts Last Performance of the Season

Starry Nights Music in the Park Hosts Last Performance of the Season

The St. Marys Convention & Visitors Bureau is proud to present Starry Nights, Music In The Park on Saturday, September 14th  from 7-9pm at the St. Marys Waterfront Park.

The Starry Nights series is designed to showcase local and regional artists “under the stars.” The superior outdoor venue along the St. Marys River provides a nostalgic feeling of family and community and is always a free and family friendly event.

Bring your lawn chairs and your dancing shoes! You can grab a bite to eat in historic downtown St. Marys or enjoy a picnic dinner during the event.

The featured act for September is the Just Jazz Quartet who provide a sophisticated and enjoyable performance with classics from Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and more!  For more information call the St. Marys Welcome Center at 912-882-4000.

Winning in Wildcats' new head coach's blood

KINGSLAND, Ga. -- Camden County is a football powerhouse in the state of Georgia. Head Coach Jeff Herron led the Wildcats to three state championships and national attention in his 13 years with the program.

But earlier this year, he shocked the community with the announcement that he was leaving Camden County, a school of almost 3,000 and a Class 6A football team. He's the new head coach at Prince Avenue Christian, a Class A team with about 250 students in the entire high school.

Camden County administration hired from within, promoting Offensive Coordinator Welton Coffey to the head coach position. He's no stranger to winning.

"Coaching is not something you just do in a place, it's something that you share with the people, young people. And I've just had great opportunities to do that over my years," said Coffey, who has been coaching longer than his current players have been alive.

Camden County defeats Milton 40-7 in scrimmage

KINGSLAND, Ga. -- The Camden County High School football team has a new look this season, not with their uniforms but with the people in key positions.

Welton Coffey is the Wildcats new head coach.  He replaces Jeff Herron who led the program to three state titles in the past decade.  Coffey is no stranger to winning state titles as a head coach as he led Raines High School to a championship in 1997.

Camden County also must find a replacement for Brice Ramsey who started at quarterback the past two seasons for the Wildcats.  He's now playing at the University of Georgia along with his former high school teammate J.J. Green.

The Wildcats defeated Milton 40-7 in a scrimmage on Friday night.  They will travel to the Georgia Dome on Saturday, August 24th for the regular season opener vs. North Gwinnett, a nationally ranked team.

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Former Dozier student speaks out on decision

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Arthur G. Dozier School for boys officially closed June, 2011, but still open are the many chapters to its dark history.

"Finally the truth is going to come out," said Roger Kiser. 

Kiser, founder of the organization White House Boys, is a former student at the Arthur G. Dozier school for boys. He remembers what he said the day after his first beating.

"I was beaten bloody and I said one day I'm gonna come back and report what you people are doing,' said Kiser.

It is a promise he has kept. For the past two decades Kiser has spent his time and his money exposing the horror of the reform school. 

"I put everything I had into this," said Kiser. "I don't regret for one minute that I did it, I'd do it again."

Campground tenant gets seat belt ticket while in campground

YULEE, Fla. -- It is a fact that wearing a seat belt can save your life. That is why Florida requires you to buckle up if you are driving a car. But what if the car is in your campground and not on the roadway. Is that an exception? 

Charles Ross was getting ready to leave his campground in his Oldsmobile. He said had just left his driveway and was still in the campground.

"The cop standing right there (near the exit) and he stopped me," said Ross.

Ross said a Nassau County Sheriff's Office deputy was on the property for something else but noticed that he was not wearing his seat belt.

"He said 'I see you don't have your seat belt on, I said 'yes sir I will by the time I hit (Highway) 17.'"

U.S. Highway 17 is the main road to and from the privately operated campground where Ross lives.

Your guide to First Coast 4th of July celebrations

Firework displays and events scheduled to celebrate the 4th of July holiday across the First Coast. Here's a list of the festivities:

Columbia County celebrates 4th of July

Clay County celebrates the 4th of July

Fernandina Beach celebrates 4th of July

Flagler County celebrates 4th of July