Tripp Halstead is back in the hospital, just three days after he was released.
Tripp Halstead left the hospital on Friday, five months after he sustained a traumatic brain injury when a tree fell on his head. He was welcomed at a grandparents house with decorations and a cake.
Tripp Halstead recovered from his 12th surgery on Wednesday, which was meant to fix problems related to a shunt in his head. If problems persist, the family may get a second opinion at Johns Hopkins in Maryland.
The Facebook page "Tripp Halstead Updates" was frozen for 24 hours after a false report about obscene or offensive material.
Man reportedly said he was "someone sent by the building owner to perform services such as carpet cleaning and pest control"
Tripp Halstead had an 11th surgery on Monday, which inserted a shunt in his head and removed fluid drains. He also had Botox injected into his legs, which was designed to make them more flexible.
Terry Littleton, 25, of Flowery Branch arrested in case involving believed drug death of 18-year-old
Tripp Halstead is due to leave the ICU and have a shunt procedure on Monday as he's had several days of positive reports this week. The Gwinnett Gladiators have also scheduled a fundraiser for the family.
Top Dawg Tavern serves customizable hamburgers, hot dogs, salads and more in a family tavern atmosphere.
A St. Baldricks fundraiser is scheduled for Saturday to benefit a Winder boy who is battling brain cancer. The annual event is a show of support for children with cancer as members of the community come together to shave their head.
Tripp Halstead had an up-and-down weekend as doctors continue to look for cerebrospinal fluid that's free of bacteria. Halstead's parents also announced a fundraiser where a New York man will peddle to Georgia.
New ambulances replace older models that were requiring extensive maintenance costs
The Barrow County Sheriff has declined to release the name of a victim who allegedly died after a Winder-Barrow Middle School teacher assisted her to obtain a controlled substance.
Tripp Halstead smiled for the first time in four months on Friday, a sign of progress despite an ongoing battle to find a solution to an ongoing bacteria problem.
A Winder-Barrow Middle School teacher was reportedly fired on Thursday after she was arrested earlier this week for arranging a drug deal that involved a teen who later died.