News Nearby: Two Arrested on Charges of Stealing $65,000 Worth of Chicken Wings

Here are area headlines for Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2012.

Two Arrested on Charges of Stealing $65,000 Worth of Chicken Wings 

Two men have been arrested in connection to stealing $65,000 worth of frozen chicken wings in Gwinnett County, according to police.

Renaldo Jackson, of Tucker, and Dewayne Patterson, of Lithonia, were both employees of Nordic Cold Storage off Pleasantdale Road in Doraville, where the chicken was reportedly taken from. Read more on Lawrenceville Patch.

Lake Lanier Home Used in Upcoming Schwarzenegger Film 

The Foundation for Ichthyosis & Related Skin Types, Inc. (FIRST) recently received a $35,000 contribution thanks in part to an upcoming Arnold Schwarzenegger movie.

Mike Briggs, President-Elect for Foundation for Ichthyosis & Related Skin Types, Inc. (FIRST), was approached by a scouting crew and asked if his Lake Lanier home could be used as a location in “Ten,” an Arnold Schwarzenegger film slated for release in 2014. Read more on Cumming Patch.

Hospitalized APD Officer Returns Home

Good news for the family of APD Officer Robinson who was shot in the face near West End Mall, arrived this weekend when Robinson left the hospital to finish his recovery at home with his family.

Frank Nance is accused of shooting the officer in the face when the officer began investigating what he thought was a drug deal on the night of January 11th.  A short foot pursuit occurred as Robinson approached a group of young men, and Nance is suspected of firing a weapon and striking Robinson. Read more on Cascade Patch.

West End Tattoo Shop Murder Suspect in Custody 

The Atlanta Police Department released survelliance camera footage of 3 suspects who were wanted in connection to the deadly shooting that occured on Janurary 16th at the tattoo parlor located at 806 Lee Street.

The video was first released over the weekend, and on Monday the police department had 1 suspect in custody. Read more on Cascade Patch.

Albert January 30, 2013 at 11:45 AM
Blk people get enough negitve press. Let's try something positive. Yesterday, in Nevada, President Obama laid out his plan for comprehensive immigration reform, and right now, he needs to know who's ready to help get this done. Ask pretty much anyone, and they'll agree: Our nation's immigration system is broken. But working together, we can fix it. To that end, the President has proposed the following steps: - Continue to strengthen and secure our borders; - Crack down on companies that hire undocumented workers; - Establish a legal path to earned citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants who are already here -- including children who were brought here through no fault of their own; - And streamline legal immigration for those who are already playing by the rules. Solving this problem is not only essential to a strong economy and a thriving middle class, it's also the right thing to do. The time to act is now. The vast majority of Americans back a plan for comprehensive immigration reform. And just this week, a bipartisan group of senators offered their own plan for reform, which is consistent with the plan the President campaigned on -- an encouraging sign for working together in the months ahead. As Congress begins to get to work on this issue, there are sure to be disagreements and bumps in the road. It won't be easy, and our success is in no way guaranteed. But if we stick together, and keep at it, we can accomplish something truly historic.
Charmayn January 30, 2013 at 09:53 PM
What's so positive about it? Unless the borders are truly secured and laws enforced it will just encourage more illegals to come and ultimately edge out blacks for the few measly jobs there are.


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