December 2017 Archives

Woman charged with theft in Georgia

Many people know what it's like to fall on hard times. Responsibilities can pile up and become overwhelming if a person isn't prepared or is under an unusually high amount of stress. In some cases, this may lead to a series of bad decisions and bad habits which can be difficult to break. These decisions and habits can take many forms, like drug addiction or theft. One Georgia woman is facing both theft charges and drug-related crimes charges after she allegedly attempted to burglarize a house. 

Football players arrested for marijuana possession

Football is a major part of many people's weekend in Georgia. Residents often get highly invested in both college and professional teams, and often, in the careers of specific players. Some fans become so invested that even the possibility that a player may miss an important game is distressing. This is the case for two college football players recently arrested on marijuana possession charges as well as traffic violations.

Stalking is more than a single act against a person

Stalking isn't often thought of as "violent," per se, but it can be one of the accusations made against someone also accused of family violence or abuse. Stalking isn't as simple as just following someone for a short time or accidentally running into your ex at the store. It occurs in many forms, both online and off.

Dunwoody officers focus on traffic violations

Most drivers have received or will receive a traffic ticket at some point. A significant number of these traffic violations are most likely for minor infractions. The police department in Dunwoody, Georgia, decided to reinforce the importance of some of these laws and educate a number of locals by writing several tickets to violators.

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