Here's a round up of some of the top stories on WTOC.com this week:
Apartment parking lot turns into lake:
Many of the streets around the city on Tuesday evening were impassable, making it hard for people to get home.
Manhunt ends at Cat Island; suspect remains at large:
A manhunt that began Thursday morning on Cat Island is over, and three burglary suspects are in custody. One more remains at large.
Baby store robbed for a second time:
Another armed robbery occurs at a baby store for the second time.
M-16 is missing on Parris Island:
The gate aboard Parris Island Marine Corps Depot was shut down Tuesday and part of Wednesday after an M-16 service rifle was reported missing.
Vidalia shoplifters must hold 'guilty' signs:
Some convicted shoplifters in Vidalia are being sentenced to holding signs that name their crimes.
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Here are some retweeted local stories this week from @WTOC11 on Twitter:
- Traffic alert: Wreck closes I-16
- Jury finds attorney guilty of mortgage fraud
- Teachers upset over Georgia ending tax free holiday