Peppers required to go to rehab

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DA assistant Lee said after 911 call EMTs found Peppers ‘intoxicated’

  • Athens attorney Jim Smith (left) represented Carrie Jill Peppers (right) in a bond hearing in Elbert County Superior Court Tuesday morning. Peppers is charged with second degree murder and second degree child cruelty in connection with the death of her eight-week-old son on May 29. (Photo by Scoggins)
    Athens attorney Jim Smith (left) represented Carrie Jill Peppers (right) in a bond hearing in Elbert County Superior Court Tuesday morning. Peppers is charged with second degree murder and second degree child cruelty in connection with the death of her eight-week-old son on May 29. (Photo by Scoggins)
A $25,000 bond was set by Superior Court Judge Jeff Malcom for Carrie Jill Peppers, 30, of 1602 Hartwell Highway, who was arrested May 31 and charged with murder in the second degree and cruelty to…

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