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If you are accused of a crime, the only thing standing between your freedom and a verdict of “guilty” is an experienced criminal defense attorney in Bloomingdale, GA.

Those who have been arrested before know that life in the legal system is no laughing matter. Aside from the imminent ramifications of fines and jail time, any goals you have of bettering yourself and advancing your life could be compromised. Without a trusted attorney by your side, you could face a lifetime of embarrassment and poor employment prospects due to a tarnished criminal record.

The good news? Dennis O’Brien and his team of experienced lawyers in Bloomingdale are ready to clear your name. By retaining the help of a criminal defense attorney early in the legal process, you have a much better chance of securing your freedom and living a life as a productive member of society.

At O’Brien Law Firm PC, our practice was founded to fight for the rights of individuals accused of or charged with a crime. Our team of legal experts is well-equipped to take even the most difficult, contentious cases. From violent felonies to DUI, there is nothing we haven’t seen and handled. As a former law enforcement officer, founding attorney Dennis O’Brien knows exactly how much a person can lose if convicted. That’s why we work tirelessly to secure a verdict that is favorable for our clients.

Regardless of how serious or minor your case may be, know that we will fight fearlessly on your behalf. You deserve zealous representation – when you hire O’Brien Law Firm PC, you will receive nothing less.

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The O’Brien Law Firm PC Difference

Many of our clients are surprised to discover that founding lawyer Dennis O’Brien was a police officer prior to his criminal defense career. As a former Field Training Officer for the Memphis Police Department, he has over two decades of knowledge and experience in the criminal justice system. Dennis truly understands the nuance and complexities involved in a criminal defense case. This rare experience gives Dennis a clear edge in any criminal defense case and gives clients priceless peace of mind when they need it the most. Unlike some criminal defense attorneys in Bloomingdale, Dennis O’Brien and his team believe that every client deserves effective, empathetic legal assistance. While some Bloomingdale criminal defense firms will take weekends off or pass along cases to paralegals, Dennis personally reviews each of his cases. There is no case too small or big for O’Brien Law Firm PC. When you hire our firm, you can rest easy knowing that we will be by your side when the going gets tough.

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Here are just a few reasons why O’Brien Law Firm PC is Bloomingdale’s top choice in criminal defense:
  • Vigorous Representation
  • Fierce Dedication to Clients
  • Unmatched Experience
  • Face-to-Face Counsel
  • Prompt Response to Inquiries and Questions
  • Commitment to Defending Your Rights
  • Thorough, Effective Research and Investigation
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Our firm has represented hundreds of criminal defense clients
Our firm has represented hundreds of criminal defense clients in Bloomingdale and is highly qualified to take your case. Some of our specialties include:

Drug Cases in Bloomingdale, GA

When you are charged with a drug crime in Bloomingdale, it can change your life forever. Georgia imposes very strict punishments for drug offenses. The truth is, it’s hard to get your life back on track with a drug charge on your record. Your freedom and way of life could be in the hands of your criminal defense attorney. As such, you need a competent lawyer with years of experience handling drug cases. Leaving your fate in the hands of an incompetent attorney could have long-lasting effects on your family and may result in a conviction.

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Consequences for drug crimes in Bloomingdale often include:

  • Jail
  • Prison
  • Heavy fines
  • Community service
  • Court-ordered drug and alcohol counseling
  • Probation or parole
  • Permanent criminal record

While the consequences for a drug crime in Georgia are serious, there’s reason to be hopeful: O’Brien Law Firm PC is here to fight for you. Remember – being charged with a drug crime is NOT the same thing as being convicted.

Our stellar team has represented many clients facing numerous drug-related charges. While each situation varies, one constant remains the same for clients facing drug charges: a fear of what lies ahead. At O’Brien Law Firm PC our job is to help you overcome the fear of the unknown. We do so by ensuring you understand your charges, the possible outcomes associated with those charges, and the options you need to consider from a criminal defense standpoint.

With more than a decade of experience as Bloomingdale drug crime attorneys, we have the experience and resources to defend you in court no matter what your charges may be, including:

  • Marijuana
  • Crack
  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Methamphetamine
  • Ecstasy

No matter what charge you are facing, our team has the experience and resources to build a comprehensive defense strategy for your drug case in Bloomingdale, GA. Without a criminal defense attorney acting as your advocate, you could be facing very harsh penalties. Here are a few punishments you could be facing for drug crimes in Bloomingdale:

  • Schedule I or Schedule II Drug Possession
    Schedule I or Schedule II Drug Possession:

    Having less than a gram (or one milliliter for liquids) of this type of drug results in a prison term of one to three years. Having four grams or milliliter carries a term of one to eight years.

  • Schedule III, IV, or V Drug Possession
    Schedule III, IV, or V Drug Possession:

    Any substance on this list is punishable by a prison sentence of one to three years.

  • Non-Narcotic Schedule II Drug Possession
    Non-Narcotic Schedule II Drug Possession:

    If you have less than two grams or milliliters of this substance, punishments can be between one year and three years. Having up to four grams or milliliters results in a prison sentence of one to eight years.

  • Possession of Marijuana
    Possession of Marijuana:

    Those who are in possession of less than an ounce of marijuana are subject to a jail sentence of up to 12 months. Fines may be no more than $1,000. Possession of more than an ounce of marijuana can result in a prison term of one to 10 years.

To avoid these life-changing punishments, you must take action now. Contact O’Brien Law Firm today for a consultation about your case.

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Violent Crime Cases

Violent Crime Cases in Bloomingdale, GA

Violent crime offenses in Bloomingdale typically involve some form of bodily harm to another individual, actions committed against an individual’s will, or threatening someone with bodily harm. Aggravated violent offenses are more severe charges and often occur when a violent crime is made more serious due to circumstances like deadly weapons.

Much like serious drug cases, violent crimes create an added layer of negativity that follows the accused for the rest of their life. In these cases, even an accusation is enough to cause irreparable damage to a person’s reputation. Those convicted of a violent crime face severe penalties that can include years in a correctional facility.

Common crimes of this nature include but are not limited to:
  • Murder
  • Assault with the intent to murder
  • Vehicular homicide
  • Domestic violence
  • Assault
  • Battery
  • Kidnapping
  • Rape
  • Robbery
  • Carjacking

When you are accused of any of the above crimes, your freedom hangs in the balance. The outcome of your case will determine whether you leave the courtroom with your freedom intact or stripped away to serve time behind bars. Because the punishments for violent crimes are so extreme, you should be seeking legal counsel from a criminal defense attorney in Bloomingdale, GA, as soon as possible. As a former police officer with a long record of positive verdicts in violent crime cases, Dennis O’Brien is well equipped to represent you in court.

Having a criminal defense lawyer by your side is the best way to avoid the serious punishments associated with violent crimes. These punishments usually result in prison time if convicted and include:
Forced rape: 20 years
Armed robbery: Up to 20 years
Simple assault: Up to 12 months
Aggravated assault: 10 to 20 years
Aggravated battery: Up to 20 years
Involuntary manslaughter: One to 20 years
Vehicular homicide Up to 15 years
Murder: Life in prison or the death sentence
Zealous Representation Without Judgement

As a former police officer, Dennis O’Brien has seen the toll it takes on a person when charged with a crime. His time in law enforcement allows him to empathize with his clients who desperately need competent representation. Despite being innocent until proven guilty, accusations are scary, and conviction could be a reality. That is why you must work with a trustworthy criminal defense lawyer in Bloomingdale, GA who will work tirelessly to clear your name.

Clients choose O’Brien Law Firm because we believe in open communication, honesty, and hard work. It is not our job to act as judges for those who have been accused of crimes. Rather, our goal is to find the best defense that allows us to protect our clients’ rights and freedoms.

DUI Cases in Bloomingdale, GA

Driving under the influence (DUI) is one of the most common crimes committed in Georgia. Punishments for such a crime can be severe, and for understandable reasons – when a person operates a vehicle while they are intoxicated, they’re putting their life and the lives of others at risk.

While DUI is a serious crime that completely upend the accused’s life, the earnest desire to end drunk driving can make police officers too eager to catch a person who they believe is under the influence.

DUI Cases

The city of Bloomingdale, Georgia, has implemented severe punishments for DUI, even for first-time offenders. Individuals charged with DUI in Bloomingdale could face:

  • Very expensive fines and fees
  • Loss of license
  • Incarceration

Fortunately, if you or someone you love has been charged with DUI, there is hope. This is particularly true when the accused is administered a breath or blood test for DUI. In fact, cases that involve a breath and/or blood test are beaten daily. When you hire O’Brien Law Firm PC, we will dive deep into your DUI case in Bloomingdale and examine every angle possible for your case to be dismissed. Here are just a few questions our team will investigate:

  • Was the stop legal? If not, your case could be dismissed
  • Is there enough evidence or probable cause to arrest you? If not, Dennis O’Brien will file a pre-trial motion and will fight hard to have your case dismissed before trial.
  • Did the police read you your implied consent rights? If not, your case could be thrown out. Failure to read implied consent rights to the accused is one of the most common police errors.
  • Were your blood testing records and breathalyzer results maintained? Breath testing comes with inherent weaknesses that can create doubt in a juror’s mind.

There are numerous ways to beat a DUI case in Georgia, from unreliable field sobriety tests to inaccurate state-administered breath tests. As a veteran criminal defense lawyer in Bloomingdale, GA, Dennis O’Brien has the knowledge and experience to expose the state’s mistakes and fight for your rights. When you hire O’Brien Law Firm PC your chances of dismissal are greatly increased. When your case is dismissed, you can continue living life without the burden of a criminal record.

If you or someone you love is accused of a crime in Bloomingdale, GA, don’t leave fate up to the prosecution. Take the necessary steps to protect yourself and your family before it’s too late.

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Where can I get a real Christmas tree in Tampa Bay?

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The countdown to Christmas is on and people are on the hunt for the perfect tree. Unfortunately for some, tree farm owners are saying their pickings are looking a little slim this year.“Customers have mentioned that some of the chain stores are down on their varieties,” John Sansone, owner of Great Lakes Christmas Tree Farms, told 8 On Your Side’s O...

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The countdown to Christmas is on and people are on the hunt for the perfect tree. Unfortunately for some, tree farm owners are saying their pickings are looking a little slim this year.

“Customers have mentioned that some of the chain stores are down on their varieties,” John Sansone, owner of Great Lakes Christmas Tree Farms, told 8 On Your Side’s Olivia Steen.

Experts said tree buyers should expect to pay between 10% and 30% more for both live trees and artificial trees this year and also have a smaller selection to choose from.

Many locations across the Tampa Bay area still have trees available, but are urging those who still need a tree to shop as soon as possible.

This list of places to find a tree will be updated as we know more from our local locations.

Did we miss the tree farm or location where you shop? Let us know by emailing online@wfla.com.

Hillsborough County

Location: 1701 East 2nd Avenue, Tampa

This location, which has served the Tampa Bay area for over 30 years, offers fresh-cut Christmas trees and floral-grade poinsettias. Six kinds of trees are offered, including Michigan Blue Spruce and Oregon Douglas Fir.

Online orders can also be placed for pickup or delivery.

Location: 106 East Lumsden Avenue, Brandon

This location has supported the Brandon, Valrico and Fishhawk PTAs since 1998. They feature “cold-cut” trees, meaning the trees have been exposed to cold weather before being cut, so the needles are held for “significantly longer.” Trees come from the mountains in North Carolina, according to their website.

Dave’s Christmas Tree Lot also offers setup and removal services.

Location: 10001 North Armenia Avenue, Tampa

The farmer’s market is open seven days a week and offers fresh Christmas trees, poinsettias, wreaths, garlands and more for pickup or delivery by placing an order online.

Locations: 11349 Bloomingdale Avenue in Riverview, 7710 Old Big Bend Road in Gibsonton, 10701 Bloomingdale Avenue in Riverview

Mike’s Christmas Trees offers trees for purchase from a grower directly from Michigan. All three locations are open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. All three locations also sell tree stands, bags, mistletoe and tree food.

Species available include Fraser, Black Hill Spruce, Douglas Fir, Concolor and Scotch Pine.

Pinellas County

Location: 2905 Gulf-To-Bay Boulevard, Clearwater

Northstar Wisconsin Christmas Trees has been serving families in the Clearwater/Pinellas County area for over 30 years.

“Tree shortage this year which means…COME EARLY!” the location’s website says. They are not taking orders to be held at the time.

Fraser Fir and White Pine trees are available, along with delivery and set-up.

Location: 7401 4th Street North, St. Petersburg

Another location that has been family-owned and operated for over 30 years, Gallagher’s Pumpkins & Christmas Trees, states on their website they have plenty of Christmas trees but due to the “overwhelming demand” for online orders this year, they will no longer be accepted.

In addition to wreaths and poinsettias, they also carry Christmas cacti and ferns.

Location: 301 37th Avenue North, St Petersburg

This St. Petersburg location offers Faster Fir trees from 4-foot and larger, poinsettias, Christmas Cacti, specialty wreaths, table arrangements and much more. Their website offers plenty of tips for caring for a real Christmas tree and why they believe it is better for the environment.

Pasco County

Location: 4903 SR 54 in New Port Richey and 2850 US-19 Alt. in Dunedin

Both locations of Sunkissed Christmas Trees are now open, at Frankie’s Raw Bar in New Port Richey and next to T’s Produce & Market in Dunedin.

The company’s Facebook page says they not only have Christmas trees, but custom wreaths and decorations, as well as a collection of gift ideas for purchase.

Location: 3331 Treiman Boulevard (US 301), Dade City

In addition to northern imported Christmas trees, Ergle Christmas Tree Farm will also have trees for customers who want to cut their own Florida Christmas Tree Long Needle Pine or Southern Cedar. The location also makes sure every tree purchased is clean and is netted for transported at no additional charge.

Due to supply shortages, the location notes it will not have Christmas cacti available this year.

Polk County

Locations: US-17 & East Georgia Street in Bartow, 921 Cypress Gardens Boulevard in Winter Haven, 3002 James L Redman Parkway in Plant City

All three locations of BG’s Trees are now open, two in Polk County and another on the way in to the county in Plant City. They are open from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. and offer four different species of tree from 4-foot to 16-foot at all different price ranges.

Manatee County

Location: 11315 Palmbrush Trail, Lakewood Ranch

A new shipment of Christmas trees arrived to this location on Nov. 28, including over 70 8 and 9-foot trees. Stock updates are posted to its website.

Alpine Christmas Trees sells North Carolina Frasier Fir trees and wreaths.

Sarasota County

Locations: 4631 Bee Ridge Road in Sarasota, 4835 South Beneva Road in Sarasota and 1600 Banyan Drive in Venice

These Sarasota County markets produce and sell Fraser Firs between 5 and 12 feet tall. In addition to two Sarasota locations and another in Venice, “ship-a-tree” is also available online.

“Once we receive your order, we carefully select the perfect Christmas tree to fit your requirements and rush it to our packing center. There we tenderly pack it into a box and ship your Christmas tree directly to your home or office within two to five-day shipping,” the Southwest Florida Christmas Trees website says.

Pricing varies depending on size of the tree and where it is being shipped.

Thanksgiving Store Hours 2021: What's Open, Closed In Midtown

Want to get a jump on Black Friday shopping? These Midtown stores will be open on Thanksgiving Day.ATLANTA — Need a break from all the Thanksgiving turkey eating, football watching and dish washing? Here's one idea: Gather up the family and head out for an hour or two of holiday shopping at select stores in Midtown.While a majority of stores remain closed on Nov. 25, several will be open for shoppers looking for a moment of respite amid Turkey Day festivities or those hoping to get a jump start on their Black Friday sho...

Want to get a jump on Black Friday shopping? These Midtown stores will be open on Thanksgiving Day.

ATLANTA — Need a break from all the Thanksgiving turkey eating, football watching and dish washing? Here's one idea: Gather up the family and head out for an hour or two of holiday shopping at select stores in Midtown.

While a majority of stores remain closed on Nov. 25, several will be open for shoppers looking for a moment of respite amid Turkey Day festivities or those hoping to get a jump start on their Black Friday shopping.

However, don't expect all of your favorite retailers to be open this year.

In June, retail giant Walmart announced it will close all stores on Thanksgiving Day this year, a move the company said is a "thank you" to store employees for their hard work through the coronavirus pandemic.

Walmart's decision follows a similar one by competitor Target, which announced in January that stores would also close this Thanksgiving.

The two giant retailers Walmart and Target are among many companies that have faced criticism for remaining open on Thanksgiving and keeping workers from spending the holiday with their families. In response, a growing number of retailers including Costco, Lowe's and Hobby Lobby have started closing stores on the holiday.

Still, a number of stores remain open on Thanksgiving Day, according to lists compiled by Good Housekeeping, Country Living, NBC Chicago and more. Here are a few — and as always, it's a good idea to check your local store's hours.

Big Lots: Last year, select locations were open 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

CVS: Stores will be open on Thanksgiving, but hours may vary by location.

Dollar General: Stores will be open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Family Dollar: Stores will be open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

Five Below: Stores will be open from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Thanksgiving.

Michaels: Stores open at 6 p.m. to midnight.

Old Navy: Most stores will open at 3 p.m. on Thanksgiving and stay open through Black Friday.

Victoria's Secret: Last year, most stores were open by 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day.

Walgreens: Most stores will be open regular hours. Pharmacy hours may vary by location.

Meanwhile, these stores will be closed on Thanksgiving:

Ashley FurnitureBanana RepublicBarnes & NobleBath & Body WorksBed, Bath and BeyondBest BuyBloomingdale'sBurlington Coat FactoryCalvin KleinCentury 21Crate and BarrelDick's Sporting GoodsForever 21GapHome DepotHomeGoodsHomesenseJCPenneyKohl'sMacy'sMarshallsMenard'sPetcoPetSmartSierraSur La TableTargetTJ MaxxT-MobileWhite House Black MarketWalmart

Baby chicks stolen from 3-year-old Bloomingdale boy with autism

BLOOMINGDALE, Ga. (WTOC) - There is one part of the day 3-year-old Anthony Lochiatto looks forward to the most.“At about three o’clock, he comes over and the first thing he does is go to his chickens and he plays with them until he gets ready to go home,” says Anthony’s grandmother Brenda Thompson.A special bond between a boy and his chickens. A bond that goes deeper than you might think.“Anthony was non-verbal for a long time,” said Thompson.Anthony has autism, but through ther...

BLOOMINGDALE, Ga. (WTOC) - There is one part of the day 3-year-old Anthony Lochiatto looks forward to the most.

“At about three o’clock, he comes over and the first thing he does is go to his chickens and he plays with them until he gets ready to go home,” says Anthony’s grandmother Brenda Thompson.

A special bond between a boy and his chickens. A bond that goes deeper than you might think.

“Anthony was non-verbal for a long time,” said Thompson.

Anthony has autism, but through therapy and time with his chickens, he’s started talking and his family started noticing other changes as well.

“He used to be really aggressive and he’s learned to calm down a lot. So, to care for something is teaching him patience and kindness and how to care for something other than himself,” said Anthony’s mother Adrian Lochiatto.

So, they decided to let Anthony pick out some baby chicks of his own.

“His mom bought him four baby chicks - two black, a gold and a yellow,” said Thompson.

Naturally, they became fast friends. But sadly, this past weekend, two of those baby chicks were stolen.

“When I came out here with him and he got his other two chicks he was like, ‘where?’ I mean it kind of breaks your heart a little bit,” said Lochiatto.

A simple question that it seems doesn’t have such a simple answer.

“You don’t know what to tell your son, or how to explain it and he doesn’t understand that they’re gone, so, that’s a little hard,” Lochiatto says.

While they searched for the words to say, it was their community that may have responded best.

“So many people have reached out. It just shows that even though some bad things happen in the community there’s so many good people out there and they’re all willing to come together and help,” said Lochiatto.

Anthony was given three new baby chicks completely free, and had plenty of other offers which restored some hope during a dark time.

But his grandmother says things could be made just a little brighter by one more act of kindness.

“I just would like for him to have his chicken’s back. He’s what’s important to me. That’s my heart. Just bring them back and it’s forgotten.”

They say whoever took the chicks bent their fencing, moved a wooden pallet and unlatched the coup, which couldn’t have been done by an animal.

Anthony’s family says they are also concerned for the safety of the baby chicks and if they aren’t returned, they hope whoever took them knows how to properly care for them.

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Louisville Football: Commitment Update

The University of Louisville football Class of 2022 is going to be much smaller than normal.But the class did grow by two in the past few weeks. Male High School defensive lineman Selah Brown and Tampa, Fla. Gaither, defensive lineman Tawfiq Thomas both committed during the month of November to give the Cardinals nine commitments.Satterfield has said on numerous occasions that he expects to sign just 11 or 12 players in the '22 class because of the number of players the Cardinals have brought in in recent years and because of t...

The University of Louisville football Class of 2022 is going to be much smaller than normal.

But the class did grow by two in the past few weeks. Male High School defensive lineman Selah Brown and Tampa, Fla. Gaither, defensive lineman Tawfiq Thomas both committed during the month of November to give the Cardinals nine commitments.

Satterfield has said on numerous occasions that he expects to sign just 11 or 12 players in the '22 class because of the number of players the Cardinals have brought in in recent years and because of the pandemic keeping players on rosters for an extra season.

So, the Cardinals are well over halfway to the total number of commitments they will land and U of L only has nine.

After focusing on defense in the Class of 2021, the offense appears to be the focal point in the '22 class. Five of the nine commitments for U of L at this point are on the offensive side of the ball, including a quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and two offensive linemen.

Here's a look at how the commitments fared with their high school teams last weekend. Some stats for a few of the players were not available right away.

Cardinal Authority will keep you updated on each of the progress of the commitments on the field every week throughout the season. We will try to keep a running tally of how each prospect fared each week they play a game at the high school level.

Here are some other links to visit to help keep you up-to-date on Louisville football: Louisville's 2022 commitments | Louisville's Transfer Portal page | Our free newsletter for breaking news | Our message board where our staff offers the latest scoop on the Cardinals.

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One family has grown delicious strawberries for over a century

BLOOMINGDALE, Ga. (WTOC) - When it comes to Georgia crops, many people think of peanuts, pecans and onions.But one Chatham County farmer grows something just a little different.Meet Pete Waller, a strawberry farmer whose family has been growing berries for over 100 years.“It’s in your blood to farm, and you’ve got to love it to farm. I truly love farming, I have farmed all my life,” said Pete Waller, farmer.Pete Waller is a third-generation farmer in Bloomingdale, Georgia.His grandfa...

BLOOMINGDALE, Ga. (WTOC) - When it comes to Georgia crops, many people think of peanuts, pecans and onions.

But one Chatham County farmer grows something just a little different.

Meet Pete Waller, a strawberry farmer whose family has been growing berries for over 100 years.

“It’s in your blood to farm, and you’ve got to love it to farm. I truly love farming, I have farmed all my life,” said Pete Waller, farmer.

Pete Waller is a third-generation farmer in Bloomingdale, Georgia.

His grandfather began cultivating this land in 1873, a tradition that Pete looks forward to continuing every morning.

“If you get a rocking chair and a television set, you won’t be around long. If you get up and take a good hot shower, shave and get out in these fields you feel mighty good. You could forget about all your aches and pains,” said Waller.

This time of the year, it is all about Strawberries at Ottawa farm.

These five acres are packed with strawberries along with something else that wasn’t there this time last year.

“We didn’t have much participation last year on account of the virus. Last year was really a bad year, but this year it looks like we are going to hit a homerun. We’ve got a beautiful crop of berries, good participation with traffic of picking berries,” said Waller.

Waller says over two thousand people have already been out to his strawberry patch over the past couple weeks. People that are filling their buckets up with more than strawberries, but also memories.

“Whenever a family will come by and thank you for having them on your farm, being able to pick berries and enjoy themselves, that is what it’s all about,” said Waller.

You can take more than just strawberries home from Ottawa Farms. There is a general store with ice cream, jelly and other treats available for purchase right next to the strawberry patch.

If you are interested in visiting Ottawa farms and picking some berries for yourself, you can visit their website here or give them a call at (912) 748-3035

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