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Celebratory gunshots can bring arrest

Police departments in Atlanta and elsewhere are reminding New Year’s revelers that celebratory gunfire is illegal and could result in jail time or a fine. Police departments in Atlanta and elsewhere are reminding New Year’s revelers that celebratory gunfire is illegal and could result in jail time or a fine.

Sewage spill prompts blanketing response from local officials

Sewage spill prompts blanketing response from local officials

DORAVILLE, Ga. – On Monday, November 19th, a sewage leak in Doraville’s industrial sector contaminated roughly 40 square yards of soil and permeated the immediate area with the smell of excrement.   Industrial Water Treatment, located at 2600ASchool Drive, has been identified by local authorities as the likely source of the spillage.

Retirement Party for Bobby Pittman – Nov 7th at 12pm

Party at City Hall to Celebrate Bobby Pittman's Retirement

Oakcliff burglary suspects arrested

Oakcliff burglary suspects arrested

This afternoon an alert resident noticed several individuals forcing their way through a side door of a residence on Red Oak in Oakcliff subdivision of our city.

Video captures Doraville cell phone store robber

Video captures Doraville cell phone store robber

Monday evening's incident involved a black man with a beard wearing a green sweater holding him and a co-worker up at gunpoint. The man walked out with their cell phones, a Rolex and more than $1,000 in cash.

Memorial Blood Drive - In Loving Memory of Detective Shane Wilson

DEKALB COUNTY

POLICE DEPARTMENT

Tuesday September 4th

7AM-5PM

2012 Beat the Badge 5K

Sign up for the race and help support the Dekalb Police Alliance. Business and civic leaders formed The DeKalb Police Alliance (DPA) to support the work of all sworn officers in all cities and jurisdictions of DeKalb. An independent, 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, our vision is to make DeKalb County the best and safest place to live, work, and play.

Doraville Police awarded grant for purchase of laptop computers

The Doraville Police Department was recently awarded a grant in the amount of $10,000.00 through the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
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