Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Authorities pursued her southbound on Mars Hill Road to Macland Road; eastbound on Macland Road to Windy Hill Road; eastbound on Windy Hill Road to I-75; and southbound on I-75 to Mount Paran Road.
A Dallas woman has been arrested in connection with a robbery and high-speed chase that forced authorities this afternoon to temporarily shut down Interstate 75 in both directions. About 10:54 a.m. today, 39-year-old Ancely Faye Green walked into the Acworth SunTrust Bank at 1755 Mars Hill Rd., claimed in a note that she had a bomb and demanded money, said Officer Mike Bowman with the Cobb County Police Department. When she received an undisclosed amount of cash, she drove away from the bank in a black vehicle. Officers spotted her and tried to initiate a traffic stop. Green, however, "refused to pull over and attempted to elude officers for several miles," Bowman said. Authorities pursued her southbound on Mars Hill Road to Macland Road; …
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
American Idol Comes to Kennesaw; Legislator Talks of Falcons Stadium in South Cobb; Mobile Tech Firm to Bring 800 Jobs to Sandy Springs: Take a look at metro Atlanta headlines for Monday, Jan. 28.
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Tuesday, January 29
Authorities say a Woodstock man ran a roadblock Saturday night in Bartow County, leading officers on chase that ended in a Cobb crash. Georgia State Patrol spokesman Gordy Wright said Winston Keith Wiggins, 45, was arrested after he allegedly failed to stop at Old Alabama and Bates roads near Emerson where troopers and Bartow County Sheriff's Office deputies were conducting a license check. The Nissan Titan he was driving crashed on Interstate 75 at Canton Road in Cobb County after authorities attempted a traffic stop, Wright added. Read more on Cartersville Patch. Kennesaw State University is proud to announce KSU Stadium will be hosting Georgia native Phillip Phillips, March 24, for a full concert. This will be a laid-back Sunday evening…
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Three men are being held without bond for Wednesday's shootings in Fox Hills and car chase along Lower Roswell Road.
Cobb Police have identified and charged three suspects in Wednesday's shootings during a home invasion in the Fox Hills neighborhood and a car chase on Lower Roswell Road. Police Spokesman Sgt. Dana Pierce issued a release at 1 p.m. Thursday stating that Quinton Castile Gatling, 26, and Dennis Christopher Ivory, 29, both of Marietta, and Ronald McCall, 27, of Fairburn, are being held without bond at the Cobb County Adult Detention Center. Each has been charged with burglary, armed robbery and aggravated assault. According to Cobb Police, three male suspects entered a home in the 200 block of Lamplighter Lane in the Fox Hills subdivision late Wednesday morning, demanding property from the occupants. Pierce said that two of the three …