Hit and Run Suspect Was Late to Drug Court, School Evacuated After Bomb Threat and 'Blind Side' House for Sale
A look at top stories from Patch sites across Georgia.
Police: Hit and Run Suspect Was Late to Drug Court — Canton-Sixes Patch
A Woodstock man has been arrested and charged in connection with a hit-and-run incident that sent a Cherokee Sheriff's Office crossing guard to the hospital.
Sheriff's deputies have arrested Victor Baruchman, 20, of Woodstock and charged him with felony hit and run. He remains at the Cherokee County Adult Detention Center with a $15,000 bond.
School Evacuated After Bomb Threat — Douglasville Patch
Students returned to class Wednesday afternoon at Chestnut Log Middle School after a bomb threat caused them to evacuate the school while deputies from the Douglas County Sheriff's Department and bomb-sniffing dogs searched the building.
The threat was emailed to the school's main office at between 10 and 10:30 a.m. Kids were evacuated and parents were immediately notified via their emergency contact method.
'Blind Side' House on the Market for $3.9M — Buckhead Patch
The Tuxedo Park house used as the home of the Tuohy family in the 2009 Oscar-nominated "The Blind Side" is on the market for $3.9 million.
The interior of the home, listed at 3394 Knollwood Drive NW, was used as the East Memphis home of the family, which famously took in teenaged Michael Oher, now a Baltimore Ravens linebacker.
Rabid Bat Found in Forsyth County Backyard — Cumming Patch
A rabid bat was discovered recently in the backyard of an east Forsyth County home located on Riverhaven Drive, according to the Forsyth County Health Department .
The homeowner's two dogs discovered the bat that was alive on March 10.