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Bureau County Republican
David MarsettDavid was born Jan. 1, 1940, in Spring Valley to Melvin H. and Velma R. Coughli
David Marsett
Bureau County Republican / Posted 19 hours ago
David was born Jan. 1, 1940, in Spring Valley to Melvin H. and Velma R. Coughlin Marsett. He married Nancy L. Genzlinger on Nov. 7, 1965, in Hollowayville. She died on April 26, 1970. He then married Linda J. Cadwell on Nov. 29, 1974. He was a... Read more
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WAGT 26 Augusta
Businesses contributing $5M for bridge to new Braves stadiumATLANTA (AP) — A collection of businesses in Cobb County’s commercial hub has a
Businesses contributing $5M for bridge to new Braves stadium
WAGT 26 Augusta / Posted 2 days ago
ATLANTA (AP) — A collection of businesses in Cobb County’s commercial hub has agreed to provide $5 million in funding for the pedestrian bridge over Interstate 285 that would connect the Cobb Galleria with the Atlanta Braves’ new stadium. Local... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Police study parks draw audience approval - MARIETTA — Two notable items that garnered applause at Tuesday’s Board of Commissioners meeting was a vote to allow an independent evaluation of Cobb Police policies and practices and approval of a proce...MARIETTA — Two notable items that garnered applause at Tuesday’s Board of Commi
Police study parks draw audience approval - MARIETTA — Two notable items that garnered applause at Tuesday’s Board of Commissioners meeting was a vote to allow an independent evaluation of Cobb Police policies and practices and approval of a proce...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
MARIETTA — Two notable items that garnered applause at Tuesday’s Board of Commissioners meeting was a vote to allow an independent evaluation of Cobb Police policies and practices, and approval of a process for nominating potential new park... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Which came first the chickens or the regs? - That cluck-cluck-clucking coming from the county government offices is the Cobb Board of Commissioners taking up the fowl matter of backyard chickens once again. The county prohibited residents who owne...That cluck-cluck-clucking coming from the county government offices is the Cobb
Which came first the chickens or the regs? - That cluck-cluck-clucking coming from the county government offices is the Cobb Board of Commissioners taking up the fowl matter of backyard chickens once again. The county prohibited residents who owne...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 4 days ago
That cluck-cluck-clucking coming from the county government offices is the Cobb Board of Commissioners taking up the fowl matter of backyard chickens once again. The county prohibited residents who owned fewer than two acres from having chickens... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
A tale of three bridges connecting communities - While the bridge project that would allow pedestrian access to the new Braves stadium has prompted a mini-firestorm of debate some question why two other similar bridges built with taxpayer monies d...While the bridge project that would allow pedestrian access to the new Braves s
A tale of three bridges connecting communities - While the bridge project that would allow pedestrian access to the new Braves stadium has prompted a mini-firestorm of debate some question why two other similar bridges built with taxpayer monies d...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 4 days ago
While the bridge project that would allow pedestrian access to the new Braves stadium has prompted a mini-firestorm of debate, some question why two other similar bridges built with taxpayer monies didn’t cause so much as a peep. Prior to voting on... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Parks department to streamline process: Citizens to have three options to nominate properties for review of potential greenspace - MARIETTA — The Parks and Recreation Department is hoping to streamline the process by which citizens can submit prop...Parks department to streamline process: Citizens to have three options to nomin
Parks department to streamline process: Citizens to have three options to nominate properties for review of potential greenspace - MARIETTA — The Parks and Recreation Department is hoping to streamline the process by which citizens can submit prop...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 7 days ago
Parks department to streamline process: Citizens to have three options to nominate properties for review of potential greenspace MARIETTA — The Parks and Recreation Department is hoping to streamline the process by which citizens can submit... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Parks dept. to streamline process: Citizens to have three options to nominate properties for review of potential greenspace - MARIETTA — The Parks and Recreation Department is hoping to streamline the process by which citizens can submit propertie...Parks dept. to streamline process: Citizens to have three options to nominate p
Parks dept. to streamline process: Citizens to have three options to nominate properties for review of potential greenspace - MARIETTA — The Parks and Recreation Department is hoping to streamline the process by which citizens can submit propertie...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 8 days ago
Parks dept. to streamline process: Citizens to have three options to nominate properties for review of potential greenspace MARIETTA — The Parks and Recreation Department is hoping to streamline the process by which citizens can submit properties... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
I-285 bridge gains key supporter - CUMBERLAND — The county’s plan to build a $9.87 million pedestrian and transit bridge over I-285 gained a key supporter Tuesday after the organization that owns and operates the Cobb Galleria signed off on the pr...CUMBERLAND — The county’s plan to build a $9.87 million pedestrian and transit
I-285 bridge gains key supporter - CUMBERLAND — The county’s plan to build a $9.87 million pedestrian and transit bridge over I-285 gained a key supporter Tuesday after the organization that owns and operates the Cobb Galleria signed off on the pr...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 10 days ago
CUMBERLAND — The county’s plan to build a $9.87 million pedestrian and transit bridge over I-285 gained a key supporter Tuesday after the organization that owns and operates the Cobb Galleria signed off on the project. The bridge would connect the... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
PASS/FAIL: Cobb’s lawmakers rated on conservative principles - REPORTS CARDS ARE IN from “the nation’s original conservative organization” and a number of Cobb lawmakers flunked the test. The American Conservative Union selected a range of last ye...PASS/FAIL: Cobb’s lawmakers rated on conservative principles REPORTS CARDS ARE
PASS/FAIL: Cobb’s lawmakers rated on conservative principles - REPORTS CARDS ARE IN from “the nation’s original conservative organization” and a number of Cobb lawmakers flunked the test. The American Conservative Union selected a range of last ye...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 11 days ago
PASS/FAIL: Cobb’s lawmakers rated on conservative principles REPORTS CARDS ARE IN from “the nation’s original conservative organization” and a number of Cobb lawmakers flunked the test. The American Conservative Union selected a range of last year’s... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
A tale of 3 bridges: connecting communities - While the bridge project that would allow pedestrian access to the new Braves stadium has prompted a mini-firestorm of debate some question why two other similar bridges built with taxpayer monies didn...While the bridge project that would allow pedestrian access to the new Braves s
A tale of 3 bridges: connecting communities - While the bridge project that would allow pedestrian access to the new Braves stadium has prompted a mini-firestorm of debate some question why two other similar bridges built with taxpayer monies didn...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 13 days ago
While the bridge project that would allow pedestrian access to the new Braves stadium has prompted a mini-firestorm of debate, some question why two other similar bridges built with taxpayer monies didn’t cause so much as a peep. Prior to voting on... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Cobb Police Officer resigns following racial bias investigation suspension - MARIETTA — The white Cobb police officer accused of making racially charged comments to a black motorist during a Nov. 16 traffic stop has resigned Cobb County confirmed ...Cobb Police Officer resigns following racial bias investigation, suspension MA
Cobb Police Officer resigns following racial bias investigation suspension - MARIETTA — The white Cobb police officer accused of making racially charged comments to a black motorist during a Nov. 16 traffic stop has resigned Cobb County confirmed ...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 14 days ago
Cobb Police Officer resigns following racial bias investigation, suspension MARIETTA — The white Cobb police officer accused of making racially charged comments to a black motorist during a Nov. 16 traffic stop has resigned, Cobb County confirmed... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
BoC approves bridge design park study - MARIETTA — The Cobb Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to approve a final design for the proposed multi-purpose bridge to connect the Cobb Galleria to the new Atlanta Braves stadium in Cumberland at Tu...The following is a list of 29 properties originally identified by the Parks Bon
BoC approves bridge design park study - MARIETTA — The Cobb Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to approve a final design for the proposed multi-purpose bridge to connect the Cobb Galleria to the new Atlanta Braves stadium in Cumberland at Tu...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 17 days ago
The following is a list of 29 properties originally identified by the Parks Bond Citizens Advisory Committee in 2009 as possible purchases for the county’s 2008 parks bond issuance. This is the list as it stood in 2009: some properties may no longer... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
According to CCRWC president Hillary is the greater threat - Between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders the new president of the Cobb County Republican Women’s Club views Clinton as the greater threat. “She’s got the money behind her ” said Wynn M...According to CCRWC president, Hillary is the greater threat Between Hillary Cl
According to CCRWC president Hillary is the greater threat - Between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders the new president of the Cobb County Republican Women’s Club views Clinton as the greater threat. “She’s got the money behind her ” said Wynn M...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 18 days ago
According to CCRWC president, Hillary is the greater threat Between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, the new president of the Cobb County Republican Women’s Club views Clinton as the greater threat. “She’s got the money behind her,” said Wynn... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Four hot topics on tonight’s Cobb Board of Commissioners agenda - MARIETTA — Cobb commissioners are expected to discuss several high-profile issues at tonight’s meeting including the proposed multi-use bridge over I-285 issuing bonds to purchase p...Four hot topics on tonight’s Cobb Board of Commissioners agenda MARIETTA — Cob
Four hot topics on tonight’s Cobb Board of Commissioners agenda - MARIETTA — Cobb commissioners are expected to discuss several high-profile issues at tonight’s meeting including the proposed multi-use bridge over I-285 issuing bonds to purchase p...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 18 days ago
Four hot topics on tonight’s Cobb Board of Commissioners agenda MARIETTA — Cobb commissioners are expected to discuss several high-profile issues at tonight’s meeting, including the proposed multi-use bridge over I-285, issuing bonds to purchase... Read more
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The Courier
Simple answer to find servicesSIMPLE SOLUTION: Tim Lee, left, with Andrew MacAlpine. If you’ve every dreamed
Simple answer to find services
The Courier / Posted 18 days ago
SIMPLE SOLUTION: Tim Lee, left, with Andrew MacAlpine. If you’ve every dreamed of a simple way to source a contractor for on-farm services, or hire casual labour to lend a hand, a new website hopes to provide the solution. When mates Andrew... Read more
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The Courier
Simple answer to find servicesSIMPLE SOLUTION: Tim Lee, left, with Andrew MacAlpine. If you’ve every dreamed
Simple answer to find services
The Courier / Posted 18 days ago
SIMPLE SOLUTION: Tim Lee, left, with Andrew MacAlpine. If you’ve every dreamed of a simple way to source a contractor for on-farm services, or hire casual labour to lend a hand, a new website hopes to provide the solution. When mates Andrew... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Weatherford: County to seek outside agency for police review - MARIETTA — Public Safety Director Sam Heaton will recommend that an outside agency conduct a review of Cobb police policies and procedures when he presents a progress report on his int...Weatherford: County to seek outside agency for police review MARIETTA — Public
Weatherford: County to seek outside agency for police review - MARIETTA — Public Safety Director Sam Heaton will recommend that an outside agency conduct a review of Cobb police policies and procedures when he presents a progress report on his int...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 19 days ago
Weatherford: County to seek outside agency for police review MARIETTA — Public Safety Director Sam Heaton will recommend that an outside agency conduct a review of Cobb police policies and procedures when he presents a progress report on his... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
A round of thunderous applause for citizen of year - Since 1963 the Marietta Daily Journal has recognized individuals throughout Cobb County who have made significant contributions to the quality of life and success we enjoy in our community. Fift...Since 1963, the Marietta Daily Journal has recognized individuals throughout Co
A round of thunderous applause for citizen of year - Since 1963 the Marietta Daily Journal has recognized individuals throughout Cobb County who have made significant contributions to the quality of life and success we enjoy in our community. Fift...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 20 days ago
Since 1963, the Marietta Daily Journal has recognized individuals throughout Cobb County who have made significant contributions to the quality of life and success we enjoy in our community. Fifty-one Citizens of the Year have shared common traits... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR: Steve ‘Thunder’ Tumlin - CUMBERLAND — Marietta Mayor Steve “Thunder” Tumlin was named Cobb Citizen of the Year at a gala Saturday night that brought together business and civic leaders from across the county. MDJ publisher Oti...CUMBERLAND — Marietta Mayor Steve “Thunder” Tumlin was named Cobb Citizen of th
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR: Steve ‘Thunder’ Tumlin - CUMBERLAND — Marietta Mayor Steve “Thunder” Tumlin was named Cobb Citizen of the Year at a gala Saturday night that brought together business and civic leaders from across the county. MDJ publisher Oti...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 20 days ago
CUMBERLAND — Marietta Mayor Steve “Thunder” Tumlin was named Cobb Citizen of the Year at a gala Saturday night that brought together business and civic leaders from across the county. MDJ publisher Otis A. Brumby III presented Tumlin the award for... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Kennesaw named Cobb’s safest city; Mr. No says ‘yes’ to seeking a 3rd term - If you’re in the market for a safe place to live consider Kennesaw. The city was included among “the 20 Safest Cities in Georgia for 2016” by the SafeWise Report. Kennesa...Kennesaw named Cobb’s safest city; Mr. No says ‘yes’ to seeking a 3rd term If
Kennesaw named Cobb’s safest city; Mr. No says ‘yes’ to seeking a 3rd term - If you’re in the market for a safe place to live consider Kennesaw. The city was included among “the 20 Safest Cities in Georgia for 2016” by the SafeWise Report. Kennesa...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 21 days ago
Kennesaw named Cobb’s safest city; Mr. No says ‘yes’ to seeking a 3rd term If you’re in the market for a safe place to live, consider Kennesaw. The city was included among “the 20 Safest Cities in Georgia for 2016” by the SafeWise... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Cobb Board of Commissioners approve expansion of alcohol concession areas at Six Flags - AUSTELL — Six Flags Over Georgia has been authorized to expand the locations in its park where it sells alcohol from four to nine areas. The Cobb Board of Com...Cobb Board of Commissioners approve expansion of alcohol concession areas at Si
Cobb Board of Commissioners approve expansion of alcohol concession areas at Six Flags - AUSTELL — Six Flags Over Georgia has been authorized to expand the locations in its park where it sells alcohol from four to nine areas. The Cobb Board of Com...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 23 days ago
Cobb Board of Commissioners approve expansion of alcohol concession areas at Six Flags AUSTELL — Six Flags Over Georgia has been authorized to expand the locations in its park where it sells alcohol from four to nine areas. The Cobb Board of... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Tim Lee to move on parks bonds at next Board of Commissioners meeting - MARIETTA — Chairman Tim Lee intends to ask the Board of Commissioners to task the Cobb County Recreation Board with leading a “renewed green space acquisition effort” at Tuesd...Tim Lee to move on parks bonds at next Board of Commissioners meeting MARIETTA
Tim Lee to move on parks bonds at next Board of Commissioners meeting - MARIETTA — Chairman Tim Lee intends to ask the Board of Commissioners to task the Cobb County Recreation Board with leading a “renewed green space acquisition effort” at Tuesd...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 23 days ago
Tim Lee to move on parks bonds at next Board of Commissioners meeting MARIETTA — Chairman Tim Lee intends to ask the Board of Commissioners to task the Cobb County Recreation Board with leading a “renewed green space acquisition effort” at Tuesday’s... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Presidential primary voting registration deadline Feb. 1 - MARIETTA — It’s going to be a busy year politically for Cobb County. On March 1 Cobb voters get to choose which Democrat or Republican they want to square off against the other party candi...Presidential primary voting registration deadline Feb. 1 MARIETTA — It’s going
Presidential primary voting registration deadline Feb. 1 - MARIETTA — It’s going to be a busy year politically for Cobb County. On March 1 Cobb voters get to choose which Democrat or Republican they want to square off against the other party candi...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 25 days ago
Presidential primary voting registration deadline Feb. 1 MARIETTA — It’s going to be a busy year politically for Cobb County. On March 1, Cobb voters get to choose which Democrat or Republican they want to square off against the other party... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Two Goldsteins on the Marietta City Council? - IS COUNCILMAN PHILIP GOLDSTEIN planning to buy Ivy Grove the historic 1845 home between Church and Cherokee streets? Neither Goldstein nor his agent Jim Glover with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s Intern...IS COUNCILMAN PHILIP GOLDSTEIN planning to buy Ivy Grove, the historic 1845 hom
Two Goldsteins on the Marietta City Council? - IS COUNCILMAN PHILIP GOLDSTEIN planning to buy Ivy Grove the historic 1845 home between Church and Cherokee streets? Neither Goldstein nor his agent Jim Glover with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s Intern...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 25 days ago
IS COUNCILMAN PHILIP GOLDSTEIN planning to buy Ivy Grove, the historic 1845 home between Church and Cherokee streets? Neither Goldstein nor his agent, Jim Glover, with Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby’s International Realty, would confirm or deny, although... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Braves bridge over troubled traffic beginning to ease minds - A bridge too far came a lot closer in the last week. Construction of the proposed Interstate 285 bridge connecting SunTrust Park with the Cobb Galleria seemed to be in peril. Most had g...Braves bridge over troubled traffic beginning to ease minds A bridge too far c
Braves bridge over troubled traffic beginning to ease minds - A bridge too far came a lot closer in the last week. Construction of the proposed Interstate 285 bridge connecting SunTrust Park with the Cobb Galleria seemed to be in peril. Most had g...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 27 days ago
Braves bridge over troubled traffic beginning to ease minds A bridge too far came a lot closer in the last week. Construction of the proposed Interstate 285 bridge connecting SunTrust Park with the Cobb Galleria seemed to be in peril. Most had... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Deja Vu? Cobb Chairman’s race likely results in 2012 repeat analyst says - Cobb Countians are being treated to a case of deja vu concerning the county chairman’s race with retired businessman Larry Savage and retired Marine Col. Mike Boyce announc...Deja Vu? Cobb Chairman’s race likely results in 2012 repeat, analyst says Cobb
Deja Vu? Cobb Chairman’s race likely results in 2012 repeat analyst says - Cobb Countians are being treated to a case of deja vu concerning the county chairman’s race with retired businessman Larry Savage and retired Marine Col. Mike Boyce announc...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 28 days ago
Deja Vu? Cobb Chairman’s race likely results in 2012 repeat, analyst says Cobb Countians are being treated to a case of deja vu concerning the county chairman’s race, with retired businessman Larry Savage and retired Marine Col. Mike Boyce... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Cobb officer investigated for racial bias faces two-week suspension - MARIETTA — Cobb Police Chief John Houser said police work was a “complicated profession” as he handed out punishment to a white officer accused of making racially charged commen...Cobb officer investigated for racial bias faces two-week suspension MARIETTA —
Cobb officer investigated for racial bias faces two-week suspension - MARIETTA — Cobb Police Chief John Houser said police work was a “complicated profession” as he handed out punishment to a white officer accused of making racially charged commen...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 28 days ago
Cobb officer investigated for racial bias faces two-week suspension MARIETTA — Cobb Police Chief John Houser said police work was a “complicated profession” as he handed out punishment to a white officer accused of making racially charged comments... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Cobb officer investigated for racial bias faces two-week suspension - MARIETTA — Cobb Police Chief John Houser has recommended that a white Cobb Police officer accused of making racially charged comments to a black motorist during a Nov. 16 traffi...Cobb officer investigated for racial bias faces two-week suspension MARIETTA —
Cobb officer investigated for racial bias faces two-week suspension - MARIETTA — Cobb Police Chief John Houser has recommended that a white Cobb Police officer accused of making racially charged comments to a black motorist during a Nov. 16 traffi...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 28 days ago
Cobb officer investigated for racial bias faces two-week suspension MARIETTA — Cobb Police Chief John Houser has recommended that a white Cobb Police officer accused of making racially charged comments to a black motorist during a Nov. 16 traffic... Read more
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WTOC 11 Savannah
Activists want officer fired after alleged racial commentsAs Cobb County Police prepare to issue a ruling on a heated traffic stop involv
Activists want officer fired after alleged racial comments
WTOC 11 Savannah / Posted 28 days ago
As Cobb County Police prepare to issue a ruling on a heated traffic stop involving a white officer and black driver in November, community activists are pressing top police leaders for an explanation on why a ruling has not yet been issued. Officer... Read more
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WALB Albany
Activists want officer fired after alleged racial commentsAs Cobb County Police prepare to issue a ruling on a heated traffic stop involv
Activists want officer fired after alleged racial comments
WALB Albany / Posted 28 days ago
As Cobb County Police prepare to issue a ruling on a heated traffic stop involving a white officer and black driver in November, community activists are pressing top police leaders for an explanation on why a ruling has not yet been issued. Officer... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Activists want officer fired after alleged racial commentsAs Cobb County Police prepare to issue a ruling on a heated traffic stop involv
Activists want officer fired after alleged racial comments
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 28 days ago
As Cobb County Police prepare to issue a ruling on a heated traffic stop involving a white officer and black driver in November, community activists are pressing top police leaders for an explanation on why a ruling has not yet been issued. Officer... Read more
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