George Clooney, Julia Roberts Sue Kennesaw Company; Suspects Knock Each Other Down Escaping
A Hiram man is facing a list of charges from authorities in Alabama; three people were arrested in Dillard's department store at Perimeter Mall—take a look at headlines from around the region.
Oscar winners George Clooney and Julia Roberts have filed suit against a Kennesaw company that they claim used their images without permission.
Roberts and Clooney want the court to block the company’s continued use of the images, according to the AJC.
The images, the pair said, have allegedly appeared in advertising, brochures, newsletters, emails and on Digital Projection Inc.'s website.
A Hiram man is facing a list of charges from authorities more than 200 miles away from Paulding County.
According to a news release obtained at the request of Dallas-Hiram Patch, officials with the Dothan Police Department in Dothan, Ala., on Monday announced the arrest of an alleged theft ring comprised of eight males—three of them juveniles—that came as the result of an investigation into multiple reports of breaking and entering of vehicles, many of them unlocked.
These would-be suspected thieves probably need to learn a new trade.
On Saturday, three people were arrested in Dillard's department store at Perimeter Mall.
They quickly grabbed pricey pullover shirts from the store's racks and sprinted for the exit, police say.
Problem was they were headed to the same exit and collided into each other. They got away, but not with any merchandise and not before they were caught on tape.