by: Nefertiti Jaquez Updated: ATLANTA - Police have a message for gun owners. They believe many of the guns they have confiscated were stolen from innocent people, then used to commit crimes. Officers told Channel 2's Nefertiti Jaquez they hope a new video will keep guns out of the wrong hands.
by: Nefertiti Jaquez Updated: ATLANTA - A woman told police she was inside her fiance's car when a man stole it in Midtown Atlanta and she escaped by jumping out when he stopped at a red light. Channel 2's Nefertiti Jaquez spoke with the security guard who consoled the woman after she jumped from the stolen car.
by: Nefertiti Jaquez Updated: DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - A teenager's father is outraged after a group of people jumped his son while the teen was leaving a football game. "When I got in the hospital and I saw my son laying in the bed with blood coming out of his head, his nose, and his eyes, he couldn't move," Gregory Maye said.
by: Nefertiti Jaquez Updated: DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - A DeKalb County high school fired a volunteer coach accused of inappropriately touching a 16-year-old student. Ronald Wright is charged with cruelty to children in the first degree and sexual battery.
by: Nefertiti Jaquez Updated: COVINGTON, Ga. - Emotions ran high Monday evening as Newton County commissioners heard people's concerns about a proposal to build a mosque in Covington. "I don't trust them, no one knows what's really going on," one man told Channel 2's Nefertiti Jaquez.
by: Nefertiti Jaquez Updated: ATLANTA - Metro Atlanta will receive rescued pets from Louisiana at a time when shelters are already overcrowded. But workers are now making a plea for families to step up and adopt. Two Atlanta shelters are filled beyond capacity.
by: Nefertiti Jaquez, WSB-TV \u2013 Atlanta Updated: ATLANTA - Police say they're investigating an Uber driver in connection with a sexual assault in Atlanta. The victim told WSB-TV 's Nefertiti Jaquez the driver attacked her and then left her on the street.
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Selecting a term
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