Powder Springs Gun Range OK'd to Serve Alcohol – West Cobb Patch
One of the two alcohol licenses approved by the Powder Springs City Council Monday came with little discussion and no debate.
It was for wine and beers sales for the recently opened Loma Pizzeria on Sailors Parkway. The license passed 4-1, with Councilwoman Nancy Hudson dissenting, as she typically does on alcohol issues.
But the other license, awarded to the $3.5 million Governor’s Gun Club being built at the corner of C.H. James Parkway and Sterlingbrooke Drive, was full of points and rebuttals.
Read more on West Cobb Patch.
Man Allegedly Stabbed Over Argument About Pirated DVDs – Norcross Patch
A 24-year-old man from the Norcross area told Gwinnett police he was stabbed in the back by someone selling pirated DVDs after he accused the person having "poor quality" products.
On Sept. 4, the man spotted another man who he knew sold pirated DVDs, so he walked over to buy some.
During their discussion, the two started arguing about the quality of the DVDs, mainly because the consumer accused him of selling poor-quality DVDs in the past. At the end of the conversation, the seller went back to his car for what the consumer thought was more DVDs.
When the seller returned, though, he allegedly attacked the consumer and stabbed him in the back.
Norcross Patch has more on this story.
White Water Sexual Misconduct Investigation – Marietta Patch
Marietta Police are looking into allegations of inappropriate contact made towards female children in the wave pool of White Water amusement park located at 250 Cobb Parkway.
Numerous witnesses have identified a possible suspect described as an older white male between the ages of 50 and 70 with white hair, according to Marietta Police.
Visit Marietta Patch for additional details.
Music Midtown Takes Place This Weekend – Midtown Patch
The highly anticipated Music Midtown returns this weekend and welcomes some of music’s biggest artists to Piedmont Park.
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