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Christopher Buckner, 20, is out of jail, but her half-brother, Timothy Savoy remains in the pokey on a $13,400 bond. (Effingham County Jail)
Remember the Johnny Cash song “A Boy named Sue?”
Well sit right down and let me tell you about a Georgia girl named Christopher.
According to WSAV-TV in Savannah, 20-year-old Christopher Buckner, of Guyton, Georgia, and her half-brother, 25-year-old Timothy Savoy, of Jackson, were charged with incest, aggravated sodomy and prowling after admitting having sex in a semi-truck in the parking lot of a Baptist Church.
There’s a country song in there somewhere but I’m not sure who would have the courage to sing it.
Guyton is in Effingham County, near Savannah, and Jackson is just south of Henry County. The church, Countryside Baptist, is just across the street from Effingham High, where I assume Buckner went to school, and maybe her half-brother too.
Tuesday at about 4:30 a.m., Effingham deputies, who apparently did not heed the “if the Kenworth is rocking don’t bother knocking” advice considered polite amongst most truckers, said the couple admitted to having sex three times after watching the movie “The Notebook.”
Don’t tell my wife but I’m looking for that movie on Netflix as soon as I get home.
News to Me is a blog (not a news article) written Monday-Friday and any other day George finds spare time to do such a thing.
George has been a local news editor with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution since 1999. Earlier attempts at journalism included stops in Valdosta, Cordele and Tifton.
A lifelong resident of Georgia, he was raised in Berrien County. He’s fond of guitars, homemade beer and finding interesting news on the wire, Internet and Twitter.