Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Hillsborough, Fla., deputies say the girl left her home Tuesday morning.
There were no injuries reported in the 2-alarm fire that DeKalb fire officials believe was sparked in the rear of the building near the kitchen.
One man was shot in the leg by three suspects after a reported exchange of words and gang signs in Chamblee.
Jamie Pruitt is recovering a gunshot wound to the chest after he tried to break up a brawl near Stone Mountain. He says the teenage shooter was goaded by his peers to shoot.
A Duluth man pleaded guilty to attempting to bribe city officials in Doraville. he was trying to ensure a property would be rezoned so he could open a lingerie business.
Meriel Kathleen Bemis, 21, of Stone Mountain remains in jail on a charge of murder in the death of her 3-year-old daughter.
A Decatur man has been sentenced to 17 years in prison for his part in a robbery crew that impersonated police officers and robbed suspected drug dealers in several counties.
A Loganville man who allegedly robbed a Covington dollar store told a cashier his wife had left him and he didn't care if he lived or died.
Saturday's event will educate residents about the signs of human trafficking and how they can help authorities fight the problem. A recent study ranked the Atlanta metro No. 1 for sex traffi
Quincy Rashad Pinkey, 21, of Stone Mountain was charged in connection with a 2012 murder case Friday.
A man who was reportedly holding people against their will in a Lithonia house is under arrest for allegedly setting the house on fire.
Yafait Tadesse used the identities of individuals, including the Attorney General of the United States, to file false and fraudulent tax returns.
Police say about 40 pairs of women's underwear were stolen last week from the Victoria's Secret store at Perimeter Mall.
Shooting outside the Velvet Room club on Chamblee Tucker Road was one of two overnight shootings involving DeKalb police.
Douglas County elementary school principal among the 14 arrested in the GBI's “Operation Broken Heart.”
Ralph Clark sentenced to two years and six months in prison for embezzling more than $1.1 million from the Woodruff Arts Center in Midtown.
A Kennesaw woman and Alpharetta man - two self-proclaimed “sovereign citizens” - found guilty of racketeering.
Smart911 users can create a profile that tells dispatchers details that can be crucial to help emergency responders, such as medical conditions of residents or the layout of a house in case
While two men held up a large rug for sale, another stole items from a Medlock Park area home.