News Nearby: Police Say Missing Girl Not Abducted; DUI Arrest for News Anchor

Take a look at top Patch stories from around Cartersville, the region and Georgia.

- Norcross Patch

Norcross Police say Griselda Cibrian, the 14-year-old from Glennville who was reported missing Sunday afternoon and found in Norcross on Monday morning, went voluntarily with 24-year-old Raymundo Aranda-Parra, and it was not an abduction.

The investigation so far has indicated that Cibrian and Aranda-Parra have had an online relationship for seven months, Sgt. Bill Grogan of Norcross PD said during a press conference. The Sunday incident was their third time meeting in person. Find the full story on Norcross Patch.

Longtime Atlanta News Anchor Arrested for DUI After Crash – Midtown Patch

FOX 5 News anchor Amanda Davis faces multiple charges including DUI following a wrong-way, head-on crash early Sunday morning on Piedmont Avenue in Midtown.

According to an Atlanta police report, Davis allegedly was driving her vehicle north in the southbound lanes of Piedmont before hitting another car just before 12:30 a.m. on Nov. 11. Read more on Midtown Patch.

Bones Identified As Those of Army Veteran – Snellville Patch

Human remains found in Morgan County, Ga. last year have recently been identified as those of Jason Roark, a Snellville man and Army veteran, according to WSAV.

Roark went missing in 2006, after serving two tours of duty in Iraq with the Special Forces. He was the only son of Terry and Ken Roark, of Dallas. Snellville Patch has additional details.

Kennesaw Mountain Band Ranks No. 7 - Kennesaw Patch

Kennesaw Mountain High has the seventh-best marching band in the country.

More than 90 bands from across the country competed this weekend at the Music for All Bands of America Grand National Championships in Indianapolis, "the nation’s premier high school marching band competition," according to organizers. Go to Kennesaw Patch for more information and updates.

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