29-year-old Anyoel Cordovi of Dalton was arrested on Tuesday on felony warrants, accused of sexually assaulting a pair of probationers. According to Floyd County Jail records, Cordovi exchanged photos of a sexual nature with a probationer. Cordovi is accused of send a picture of his penis via mobile phone, in exchange for a photo of the probationer's buttocks. He is also accused of having sexual intercourse with another. Both occurred back in the early part of 2015.

Georgia’s turkey season kicked off on March 25th and Chattooga High School Senior Dresden Anderson has already bagged a monster gobbler. He was hunting with a Mossberg 12 gauge.  “I sat down at around 6:30 am and I was walking out with it at 7:30,” said Anderson. The turkey’s beard was 9 inches and he was using a slate call.

Anderson is an Army Reservist and the son of Jody and Samantha Anderson.

Turkey hunters have through May 15 to bag the three gobblers allowed per hunter per season. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division says it expects this year’s season to be stronger than last year.

All hunters must have valid licenses. Wildlife officials remind hunters who may venture onto private lands in pursuit of turkeys to get landowner permission beforehand.

Legal guns and archery equipment for turkey hunting are shotguns, any muzzle-loading firearm, longbow, crossbow or compound bow.

 

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