Also: suspected carjackers tied to other crimes; Dunwoody food trucks roll in; husband found guilty in Sandy Springs shooting; 'Need for Speed' needs extras.
Friday, May 24, 2013
Also: bank teller swindles $10K from elderly victim; fish stolen from watershed group; new Atlantic Station eateries; new link to Beltline; Decatur school official in running for Iowa job.
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Also: 'The Green Berets' general visits Stone Mountain; security issues on the Beltline; purse snatcher strikes in Dunwoody; Sandy Springs shooting trail begins; free Buckhead wi-fi?
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Also: legislator says only GOP cityhood bills will be considered; local actor plays convicted cop; question time for DeKalb school board; Academy Theater needs new home.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Also: gun incident at Atlanta school; no death penalty sought for Toco Hills shooters; East Point demolishes its worst properties; Chamblee food trucks on hold.
Wednesday, May 16 2013
Also: Chipper Jones at Emory; Tucker home on A&E; new school for Pace Academy; Avondale Estates citizens patrols; woman blames knife fight on the dog.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Also: DeKalb breaks ground on new park; Domino's hiring spree; residents upset over new development; storm-damaged BBQ restaurant almost finished with repairs.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Also: new development startles Sandy Springs residents; Avondale Estates revitalization; fallen police heroes honored; jogger robbed on BeltLine; Cheshire Bridge adult shops targeted.
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Man stole $100 from fund-raising effort, then tossed the bucket out the window.
Click on the links below for the rest of each story. Here are some strange activities that police encountered in Northeast Georgia recently. > Not kids play: A driver acted like he was going to donate to a youth basketball fund-raising effort in a Stone Mountain-area intersection. Instead of giving a couple of bucks to a 13-year-old team member, he snatched the donation bucket and drove away with about $100. The driver was seen throwing the bucket out of the window as he drove down the road. Related Content: > Taxi offered more than a ride: You can count on this cab driver being out of service for an extended period of time. Dunwoody Police arrested a taxi driver who was allegedly dealing marijuana from his cab. After the police stopped …
Also: graffiti shows support for Boston; Andrea Sneiderman update; five-story Brookhaven apartment under construction; foot chase ends in arrests in Tin Lizzy's parking lot.
Tuesday May 7, 2013