Crime Victims’ Memorial set up this week

The Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s annual Crime Victims’ Memorial Ceremony will be at 5 p.m. Thursday in front of the Glynn County Courthouse, 701 H Street in Brunswick.

The ceremony honors people who have died as a result of violent crime in Glynn County.

The Crime Victims’ Memorial Wall is on display through Friday to memorialize the victims inside the courthouse as well.

Speakers and presenters at the ceremony will include District Attorney Jackie Johnson, Brunswick Mayor Cornell Harvey, Glynn County Police Officer Clayton Palmer, Glynn County Schools Police Chief Rod Ellis, College of Coastal Georgia Police Lt. Johnny Davis, Glynn County Police Chief of Staff Brian Scott, Brunswick Police Chief Brian Scott and Glynn County Sheriff Neal Jump.

— The Brunswick News

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