DUNWOODY, Ga. – Dunwoody Police said at least four local Facebook users were victimized by scammers as they attempted to sell furniture and electronics on the social media site, and authorities have tied the crimes to a particular Facebook user and account. Continue at Fox 5
The Dunwoody Police Department has responded to the many requests from our community to participate in the latest Police Lip Sync Battle. We put together this video that we hope you enjoy! PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE, SHARE, SHARE! We are very proud of this project, which unites Dunwoody Police, City staff and ChatComm 911 with […]
The Smart911 service featured on NBC’s Nightly News last weekend is available to residents and visitors in Dunwoody, Georgia: https://hubs.ly/H0d736W0 Please take a few minutes to create a free profile today! More information on Smart911 can be found at: http://smart911.com/
The city of Dunwoody Municipal Court is holding an amnesty program for people with past due traffic citations and/or active bench warrants for failing to appear in court, the city announced. Continue at the AJC
Cell Phones, Wi-Fi Calling and 9-1-1: Tips and Info Many residents are doing away with land lines for their primary phones and switching to wireless phones or interconnected Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services for their primary home phones. If that’s the case for you, it is important to understand and ensure you are able […]
If you’ve been following 11Alive’s coverage of the Brookhaven fatal shooting, you’ll know this isn’t Myrick’s first run-in with the courts.
The shooting victim in the July 8 robbery and shooting just outside a private club in historic Brookhaven following a wedding reception there has died, and the Atlanta Police Department is upgrading the charges against the suspect to include murder. Continue at MDJ Online
Dunwoody Police 2 Citizen Portal: https://p2c.dunwoodyga.gov/. You can use this online services portal to search for incidents and arrests, view the community calendar, request a security watch of your house while you are out of town, and access other useful information. The City of Dunwoody utilizes the See. Click. Fix. website for citizens to report […]
BROOKHAVEN, Ga. — A family outing to the movies ended with some of the family members behind bars. The management of CineBistro, a movie theater located at 1004 Town Boulevard, called Brookhaven Police after seeing the parents give their children alcohol on surveillance video. Continue at 11Alive.
The taxi driver told police he drove a man to The Lofts Apartments around 2 a.m. on Tuesday. The man then robbed the driver of $1,200 in cash and ran into the apartment complex on Perimeter Center East in Dunwoody, Continue at AJC.com.
This is from friends who live on Withmere. Police are involved but be alert. Happened at 5:30 PM, Friday, June 15th. Begin forwarded message: FYI – at about 530 or so an African American man in a beat up gold minivan with a loud motor followed my daughter up killer hill and then got out […]
House Bill 673 also known as the “Hands Free Law” was passed by the Georgia General Assembly and signed into law by Governor Nathan Deal. The Hands Free Law will take effect on July 1, 2018. Following is a brief description of what the law states and frequently asked questions. A link to the […]
The Brookhaven Police Department, in collaboration with Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Church and Oglethorpe University, is proud to announce the Civilian Response to an Active Shooter Event (CRASE). This training is for the community and open to the public to attend. Major Brandon Gurley and Officer Russell Davis of the Brookhaven Police Department, […]
Home surveillance cameras outside a Dunwoody home caught a burglary suspect breaking in during the middle of the day. The homeowner said the thief stole thousands of dollars’ worth of items in broad daylight and was just minutes from coming face-to-face with him. Continue reading at Fox News
Tempers flared during a recent City Council conversation about emergency response times in Dunwoody as officials say DeKalb County still doesn’t meet national and local standards. Continue reading at Reporter Newspapers