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Keith Watkins, of Douglasville, will always remember the day he turned 51 years old. For Keith, it'll go down in his life story as the day he caught a 17-lb., 9.6-oz. Comment?
Cedric Prather Jr.'s three children were his whole life and when he lost his job as a truck driver recently, the pressure over supporting them may have led him to snap and kill four people, his sister said Monday. The shooting rampage happened just after 3 p.m. Saturday. Comment?
Eight-year-old Emmanuel Cook leaves a red teddy bear at the scene of a domestic dispute the day after seven people were shot, Sunday, Feb 8, 2015, in Douglasville, Ga. The quiet, suburban neighborhood outside Atlanta was left reeling after a man shot six people - killing four of them, including his ex-wife and several children - before ending the rampage by fatally turning the gun on himself, police said. Comment?
Police say they have identified the gunman who took his own life after killing four people and injuring two in a quiet neighborhood near Atlanta. Cedric G. Prather, 33, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after shooting his ex-wife, another adult and two children Saturday afternoon in Douglasville, about 20 miles west of Atlanta, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said Sunday. Comment?
Authorities say a metro Atlanta man has died after a single vehicle crash in Alabama. Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Trooper Johnathan Appling said in a statement that Paul Eskew of Douglasville, Georgia died Monday morning when the truck he was driving on Interstate 22 veered from the road, hit a guardrail and overturned. Comment?
Douglasville police say they believe the suspects entered the RaceTrac on Fairburn Road from the rear of the building before shooting the two workers early Tuesday morning. WSB-TV reports that the wounded workers -- a man and a woman -- were listed in stable condition at Grady Memorial Hospital. 6 comments
The driver of a FedEx truck involved in a Friday morning accident on I-85 in Barrow County will be charged with failure to maintain lane and violation of the state's "move-over" law, according to the Georgia State Patrol. Fred Richard Hill, 47, of Douglasville, was driving the truck southbound on I-85 when it struck a Braselton Police Department patrol car while police officer Christopher Michael Earls, 25, was out of the vehicle conducting a traffic stop. Comment?
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