Teacher Charged With Sexual Assault, Man Injured After BB Gun Shooting Spree
Here are today's top headlines from around the region.
Second Creekview Teacher Charged With Sexual Assault - Canton-Sixes Patch
A Creekview High School drama and English teacher has been arrested and charged with two counts of sexual assault following allegations that he conducted a sexual relationship with a student.
Matthew Tamanini, 31, of Canton, allegedly had the affair with the 16-year-old student over a four month period, according to the Cherokee Sheriff's Office. Visit Canton-Sixes Patch for more on this story.
A Roswell man faces charges after he allegedly went on a BB gun shooting spree that left one man injured.
Oyeamon Norris is in the Fulton County jail facing aggravated assault and drug charges. Visit WSBTV for more on this story.
Alpharetta Couple Indicted For Running Pill Mills - Alpharetta-Milton Patch
An Alpharetta man and his wife were among those indicted for the illegal sale and distribution of pain killers to addicts and drug dealers at three AMARC pain clinics in metro Atlanta.
Godfrey Ilonzo, 63, of Alpharetta, the owner of the pain clinics; Bona Ilonzo, 51, of Alpharetta, his wife and office manager; Dr. Nevorn Askari, 57, of Monroe; and Dr. William Richardson, 59, of Atlanta, were indicted and arrested on federal drug and money laundering charges for their respective roles in operating so-called “pill mill” pain clinics. Visit Alpharetta-Milton Patch for more on this story.
Gang Member Implicated in Standard Bar Killing Shot - Atlanta Journal-Constitution
A gang member implicated in the January 2009 fatal shooting of a popular Grant Park bartender turned up at Grady Memorial Hospital early Tuesday morning with multiple gunshot wounds, Atlanta police confirmed.
Twenty-year-old Johnquavious Hood offered police no details about who shot him, or why. Visit the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for more on this story.
Attempted Robbery Suspect Still At Large - Roswell Patch
An attempted robbery of a Barrington Farms resident returning home from the store on Tuesday, Jan. 15, has the local community shaken up and on guard.