Home Intruder Death, Multiple Shootings and $30,000 PTO Theft
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Suspect Dead After Jumping From Apartment Window - Stone Mountain Patch
A man who was part of a group of home intruders died after jumping from an apartment window in unincorporated Stone Mountain Wednesday.
A victim, Roy Eaddy, was also charged with a felony drug charge.
Three Shootings in Atlanta in a Two-Hour Time Span - East Atlanta Patch
A day after Mayor Kasim Reed joined more than 750 mayors across the country in signing a letterthat urged President Barack Obama to push for change in national gun laws, the city was beset by three separate shootings that left one victim dead.
Former Treasurer Pleaads Guilty to Stealing $30,000 From PTO - Cumming Patch
A former Cumming Elementary School PTO treasurer pleaded guilty Wednesday to stealing more than $30,000 from the parent teacher organization and was given a 15-year sentence to serve on probation.
Jamie Garfield, 37, entered a guilty plea to three counts of theft by taking, according to Forsyth Chief Assistant District Attorney Sandra Partridge.
Accused Cartersville High Teacher Fired - Cartersville Patch
The Cartersville High School teacher accused of inappropriately touching a student has been fired as the police investigation continues.
During a called meeting Tuesday, the Cartersville City Schools Board of Education upheld Superintendent Howard Hinesley's recommendation to terminate math teacher Sean McDermott's contract. He had been employed with the system since August.
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