Canton Man Arrested After Pilgrim's Pride Bomb Threat
A Canton man was arrested and charged with terroristic threats today in connection with Thursday's bomb threat at the Pilgrim's Pride processing plant on Univeter Road.
William Miranda is being held at the Cherokee County Detention Center on an $11,200 bond after the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant at his Latimer Drive home today, said Joseph Perkins, captain of the agency's criminal investigation division.
Dunwoody Ethics Board to Discuss Complaints About Council Members
Dunwoody's ethics board could meet Tuesday for the first time with city council members, all of whom face an ethics complaint.
Councilwoman Adrian Bonser was named as the source of a leak in a city investigation from a closed session about "Project Rennaissance," a redevelopment project in Georgetown.
Buford Athlete Dies Three Days After Collapsing at School
Adam Smith, a varsity basketball player, was running during a Sept. 13 preseason workout when he stopped to tell a teacher he was not feeling well. Moments later, Smith collapsed and was transported to Northside Hospital-Forsyth where he died Sunday night (Click here to read the full AJC article).
Solicitor Won't Prosecute Decatur Bike Fatal
DeKalb County Solicitor Sherry Boston will not file charges in the April 30 wreck that killed bicyclist Paul Taylor on North Decatur Road.
Decatur police said Jorge Mercado-Perez, 58, of Snellville was driving a 2004 Ford Ranger truck that struck and killed Taylor, 53, on North Decatur Road, near the intersection with Willivee Drive.
KSU Program Ranked by U.S. News and World Report
Kennesaw State University’s first-year experience program is among the best in the country, according to the U.S.News and World Report2013 “Best Colleges” issue released this week.