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Mar 22

Media Advisory – One Person Left Dead in Vehicle

March 9 – (Stockbridge, GA) WHEN: March 8, 2022 at 5:51 p.m. WHERE: 3300 block of Mount Zion Road, Stockbridge,...
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Mar 22

Media Advisory – Mattie’s Call – Alex Ivery

March 9, 2022 (Jonesboro, GA) WHEN: March 8, 2022 WHERE: 8000 block of Dunellen Lane, Jonesboro, GA 30238 (Clayton County)...
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Mar 22

Mattie’s Call – Sheketa Smedley

Mattie’s Call Issued for Sheketa Smedley February 28, 2022 - (Riverdale, GA) WHEN: February 28, 2022 WHERE: 11 Upper Riverdale...
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