Woodstock Teen Accused of 'Columbine' Threat; Dorm Robbery Suspect Charged
Here are some headlines from across the region.
Woodstock High Student Charged With Terroristic Threats – Woodstock Patch
A Woodstock High School student is behind bars after threatening a Columbine-type attack.
Lake Reynolds, a 17-year-old junior, has been charged with making terroristic threats and remains at the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center on a $1,200 bond, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Reynolds at 12:21 a.m. Friday posted "Plannin on pullin a colombine (sic) tomorrow guys.. Be prepared!" on his Twitter account (see the attached screen shot of the tweet).
Second Suspect Charged in SCAD Dorm Robbery – Midtown Patch
Atlanta police have charged a second suspect in connection with last month’s armed robbery in a Savannah College of Art and Design dorm room.
Nathan Alexander Proctor was already in the Fulton County Jail having been arrested on Oct. 11 on drug-related charges including possession of crack cocaine. Visit Midtown Patch for more on this story.
Marietta School Bus, Car Collision Injures 15 – Marietta Patch
Fifteen people were injured when a school bus and a car collided at the intersection of Polk Street and North Marietta Parkway Friday morning.
The accident occurred around 7:15 a.m. when a car (with a mom and her seventh-grade son) turning left onto Polk Street from the North Marietta Parkway “failed to yield to oncoming traffic and was broadsided by a school bus,” Marietta Police Officer David Baldwin said. Visit Marietta Patch for more on this story.
Man Shot In Kennesaw Was Visiting Home – Kennesaw Patch
Hours after homes were evacuated, roads were blocked and members of the Cobb County Police SWAT team converged on a Kennesaw neighborhood early this morning, investigators were still trying to determine what caused the shooting that started it all.