The state's CRCT investigators are in town

Photo by J.D. Sumner

Photo by J.D. Sumner

The state's investigative team into alleged cheating by Dougherty County School System on Criterion Referenced Competency Testing officially hit town today.

Lead investigator Richard Hyde said minutes ago that he was meeting with agents at the team's command post at noon and had they have two interviews with witnesses set up for the afternoon. Former Georgia Attorney General Mike Bowers said last week that we was also arriving in Albany today.

The Herald has a meeting scheduled this afternoon with Hyde and more details will be available afterwards