Stolen goods bust; Ga. election interference case: the latest; Athens protests

*A business in Effingham County is being linked to a massive stolen goods bust. Sheriff’s office investigators seized around one million dollars in items at a warehouse. The stolen items included electronics, exercise equipment and food.  

*An appeals court has rejected a former Trump White House Chief of Staff’s request for a hearing to have his Fulton County election interference case removed to federal court. 

*A group of protesters is calling for the mayor of Athens, Georgia to resign over the murder of a nursing student on the campus of the University of Georgia. During a news conference Wednesday morning, a group of Georgia residents shouted over Mayor Kelly Girtz as he spoke. An illegal immigrant from Venezuela was arrested last week in connection to the death of nursing student Laken Riley. Other protesters in the room held signs that said, “Blood on your hands” and “Make Athens safe again.”