Can You Identify this Wanted Man; Accidents on 400, 285 Cause Fatalities
Here are some top Patch headlines not far from Roswell.
Can You Identify This Man? - Canton-Sixes Patch
The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office needs your help.
Anyone who recognizes the man in the video is asked to call investigators at 770-928-0239.
Around 10 a.m. Monday, the suspect allegedly took cash, checks, a Kindle Fire and an iPod Touch from the restaurant, according to 11Alive.
This is at least the second time Rainbow Asia has been targeted this year. In April, a 31-year-old Canton man who used to work there was arrested after authorities said he took an undisclosed amount of cash from the restaurant.
Explosions, Fire Destroy Bartow Manufacturing Plant, Close U.S. 411 - Cartersville Patch
Ten Mouldings Unlimited employees, who last night could have been working the third shift, were not there when explosions shook the city of White and flames began to engulf the manufacturing plant, threatening nearby structures, CBS Atlanta reports.
"It rattled the windows. It was really loud, like cannons going off," a man said of the explosions, according to the TV station.
Last week, the plant halted its third shift due to slow business, CBS reports. Mouldings Unlimited employs a total of 25.
One Fatality Confirmed in I-285 Wreck in Cobb County - Smyrna-Vinings Patch
Cobb Police Sgt. Dana Pierce has told Northeast Cobb Patch that there were three vehicles involved in the accident, which occurred at 4:20 p.m. on eastbound I-285 just west of the Chattahoochee River.
Pierce says that a semi tractor trailer, a small pickup truck, and a passenger car were involved in the accident, but the circumstances of the accident are still under investigation.
He also confirmed one fatality, a passenger in the pickup. The driver has been taken to the hospital, but Pierce had no updates on his condition.
Forsyth Authorities Capture Fugitive in Alpharetta - Alpharetta-Milton Patch
A 45-year-old man, wanted by at least three counties on various charges, turned himself into authorities Thursday afternoon in Alpharetta.
Kennie Askew of Lithonia was arrested by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office Warrant Unit at approximately 2 p.m., a press release stated.
Capt. Tim House of the FCSO said earlier in the week that Askew was wanted by authorities in Cobb County for traffic violations and in Gwinnett for probation violation.
In Forsyth County, Askew has been charged with obstructing law enforcement officers and driving with a suspended license after fleeing from a Milton police officer in the Bridle Ridge subdivision located off Highway 141 in south Forsyth Tuesday night. That led to a manhunt for the fugitive with assistance of K9s and a helicopter by the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office.
According to Sheriff Ted Paxton, Askew was apprehended after investigators contacted the wanted man's family and they had Askew contact the deputies. Following a conversation with Capt. Chris Barrett, Askew agreed to turn himself in and was arrested without incident.
Marietta Driver Goes Wrong Way on Ga. 400, Causes Accident - Marietta Patch
Frampere Ingle, 24, of Marietta, has been identified as the driver that entered Ga. 400 at Lenox Road going southbound in the northbound lanes causing Wednesday's two-fatality accident, according to a report by the AJC.
The northbound driver Ingle collided with has been identified as Eric Hanks. Hanks died at the scene, police said. Ingle died at Grady Memorial Hospital following the crash, according to Buckhead Patch.
A passenger in Ingle's vehicle, whose name has not been released, was severely injured and hospitalized in critical condition, according to police.
It appears alcohol may have been a factor in this accident.
The wrong way driver and the passenger in that vehicle were not wearing seatbelts at the time of the collision.