Around the Region: Woman Arrested After Clothes ‘Just Fell off,’ Sex Big Seller for Christian Book Group and 6-Year-Old Makes Unassisted Triple Play

A look at top Patch stories from around Georgia.

– Lawrenceville Patch

Officers responding to a report of a single vehicle crash spotted 39-year-old  running completely naked near the intersection of Sugarloaf Parkway and Old Norcross Road.

Holt had reportedly crashed her 2002 Pontiac Grand Am into a sign at a subdivision at the intersection of Sugarloaf and Isham Drive. When questioned by officers, Holt allegedly said her clothes "just fell off" and she was running home to her apartment about a mile down the road.

Holt was taken into custody and charged with failure to maintain lane, hit and run, and disorderly conduct for appearing nude in public.


– Suwanee Patch

Want to read about sex? A Christian book seller in Suwanee can help you.

The world's largest supplier of full-service online Christian book stores, and Internet retailer of Christian books, music, church supplies, Bibles and Bible-study products supports a healthy fulfilling life of marital bliss, according to a news release carried by several media outlets.

"We have been astounded by the marked increase in the sales of Christian books on the topics of sex. It's clear that in tough economic times, people are seeking ways to improve their lives through better relationships with those closest to them," said DeeperCalling Media Marketing Manager Joe Kerr in the news release.

Trends show customers buying books for premarital marriage counseling as well as to pep up an existing marriage.


– Buckhead Patch

Six-year-old Ross Bernath made an unassisted triple play during a recent game at , as reported by USA Today. The video of the play has gone viral on YouTube and been featured on ESPN.

Ross made the unassisted triple play which, in the history of even Major League Baseball, only 15 have ever been recorded dating back to 1909.

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