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Police center search for missing girl in empty field

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Police are shutting down a portion of Reinhardt College Parkway in Cherokee County where police are searching for a missing 7-year-old girl. More>>

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GBI: Girl's killer may live at apartment complex

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The person who raped and killed a little girl then tossed her body into a dumpster may live or work at the apartment complex where she was murdered, according to the director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. More>>

Steven Brunn: 'My brother is not a monster'

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The brother of 20-year-old Ryan Brunn says he doesn't believe his brother was responsible for the death of 7-year-old Jorelys Rivera. More>>

Suspect in Jorelys Rivera's murder makes first court appearance

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A maintenance worker accused of raping and killing 7-year-old Jorelys Rivera made his first appearance in court Thursday. More>>

Community vigil Friday night for Jorelys Rivera

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A community-wide candlelight vigil will be held for Jorelys Rivera Friday night. More>>

Man accused of raping and murdering girl appears in court

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The man accused of raping and killing a little girl in canton will remain behind bars. Ryan Brunn, who is being held without bond, appeared before a judge Thursday for the first time since being charged. Brunn's first appearance was routine, but the case is extraordinary. More>>

Cherokee deputies track sex offenders following Rivera rape, murder

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Cherokee county deputies make surprise visits to sex offenders' homes. More>>

GBI: 20-year-old maintenance man arrested in Jorelys Rivera’s murder

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The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has confirmed that an arrest was made in the murder of a 7-year-old girl from Canton. More>>

Jorelys Rivera's siblings back in parents' custody

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An attorney for the father of a 7-year-old Canton girl abducted and killed last week said the family has regained custody of their two other children. More>>

Sheriff: Deputies failed to report blood at crime scene

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Cherokee County Sheriff Roger Garrison said two of his deputies had a mental error when they failed to report finding blood in a bathroom where 7-year-old Jorelys Rivera is believed to have been murdered. More>>

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