Police Seek Attempted Rape Suspect; East Cobb Woman Held on $1M Bond
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Attempted Rape Suspect Sought - Roswell Patch
Roswell Police are looking for a man who tried to rape a 15-year-old girl early Sunday morning.
Isauro Hernandez-Acosta, 30, is suspected of attacking his girlfriend’s daughter around 5:30 a.m. at the Crossings at Woodbridge Apartments located off Old Holcomb Bridge Way in Roswell.
Lisa Holland of the Roswell Police said as he tried to allegedly rape the teenager, the girl screamed, her mother heard her and rushed in to fend off the boyfriend. The mother did so by cutting and stabbing him several times with a knife. See Roswell Patch for more on this story.
East Cobb Woman Held on $1M Bond - East Cobb Patch
An East Cobb woman charged with taking nearly three quarters of a million dollars from her former employer remained in the Cobb County Adult Detention Facility this weekend on a $1 million bond.
Thieves Target Buckhead Homes for Silver... Again - Buckhead Patch
Buckhead residents have received warnings recently from the Atlanta Police Department about local thieves targeting their neighborhoods for valuable silver found in their homes.
According to a Fox 5 report, "thieves have been breaking doors of homes in a neighborhood located just three minutes from Phipps Plaza on the Peachtree Dunwoody corridor."
There seems to have been at least four silver burglaries during the month of January in Buckhead, and one of them even being just seconds from the Governor's Mansion. Buckhead Patch reported in December of 2012 that five homes were robbed of their silver at the time. See Buckhead Patch for more on this story.
President to Visit Decatur School - Decatur Patch
President Obama will visit the College Heights Early Childhood Learning Center in Decatur on Thursday during his visit to the Atlanta area.
The visit was announced Friday with few details, but College Heights Principal Suzanne Kennedy sent a note to parents about the President's plans to drop into the school at 917 S. McDonough St., according to Decatur Metro.
The time for the President's visit has not been announced. See Decatur Patch for more on this story.