Allegations Preceded Harrison Coach's Resignation - Kennesaw Patch
When Harrison High head football coach Marty Galbraith resigned last month, at least six women had complained to Cobb County School District officials that Galbraith had allegedly made unwanted sexual advances, gestures or remarks toward them.
That revelation surfaced Wednesday in the Marietta Daily Journal, which obtained the information through an Open Records Request. Find the full story on Kennesaw Patch.
No Arrests Made in Hammett Case - Dallas-Hiram Patch
Nearly one month since a Paulding man died after Haralson-Paulding Drug Task Force agents shot him during the execution of a search warrant, no arrests have been made as a result of the warrant and related investigation.
Danny Hammett, 60, was shot by agents during the Oct. 17 incident. Hammett—full name Daniel John Thomas Hammett—succumbed to his injuries at Grady Hospital in Atlanta about an hour and a half after authorities executed the narcotics search warrant at a Nebo Road residence in Hiram. Officials said agents shot Hammett after he raised his hands up in an aggressive manner while holding a black shiny object that was pointed toward agents; it was later determined that the object had been a canister of pepper spray. Go to Dallas-Hiram Patch for more.
Atlanta Ranked the 8th Most Dangerous City in America by the FBI - Cascade Patch
Crime, crime, and more crime is what Atlanta news coverage can seem like some weeks. This week has been no different with a man being shot at the Ford Factory Lofts on Ponce and a young boy being shot in the back as he slept in his South Fulton home on Thursday. So maybe to some it is no wonder that Atlanta ranks in the top 10 most dangerous cities in America.
Recent FBI data shows that Atlanta is in fact the 8th most dangerous city in America. You only have a more likely chance of being shot or harmed if you live in Flint, Detroit, St. Louis, Oakland, Memphis, Little Rock or Birmingham. Find more about it on Cascade Patch.
No Hard Time for Teens Who Burned Down Cotton Mill - Douglasville Patch
Three teenagers were sentenced Wednesday afternoon for their roles in destroying a historic Douglasville cotton mill last May, according to Andrew Agan, director of community relations for the Douglas County DA's Office.
Adrian Bond, 19, Terry Carringer, 19, and Jeromie Hand, 18, were sentenced to 60 to 120 days in a probation detention center and seven years of probation after each pleaded guilty to charges of burglary and second degree arson, reported Agan in an email. Douglasville Patch has all the details of the teens' sentence.