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News Nearby: Burglary Ring Suspects Arrested; Mother Charged in Connection With Missing Child

Here are some of the top headlines from around Cobb County.

Suspects From South Cobb Burglary Ring Arrested

After , five of seven burglary ring suspects have been arrested.

Precinct 2 officers from the overnight shift recruited the assistance of the TAC and VIPER unit to help catch the burglars.

On their first night as a team, one officer noticed a suspicious vehicle speeding down Mableton Parkway, Lt. Carole King stated in a recent email notification.

Read more on South Cobb Patch. 

Mableton Mother Charged in Connection With Missing Girl

Cobb Police arrested and charged Keyonna Grant of Mableton with contributing to the delinquency of a minor resulting in serious injury, a misdemeanor, after her 5-year-old daughter, Taniya Gilbert, went missing on Friday around 11:30 p.m.

Taniya was returned safely at 7:25 a.m. on Saturday by a man who discovered the girl sleeping soundly in his truck.

Read more on South Cobb Patch. 

North Carolina Fugitive Caught in Marietta

Aaron Jarell Rodman, 26, was taken into custody in Marietta on Tuesday, Sept. 4.

A resident on Wisteria Drive called Marietta Police to report a suspicious person walking around a neighboring house and looking through the windows. 

The caller said that they knew the residents of the house were not home and was concerned that the suspect was casing the house. The caller also stated that the suspect was occupying a white Nissan Maxima. 

Read more on Marietta Patch. 

Guitar Collection Recovered from Burglary

Thursday, Sept. 5,  discovered a cache of guitar cases and amplifiers on a deserted private drive near Lockheed Elementary School off Merritt Road. 

The stock pile of musical instruments, which consisted of 13 guitars, two amplifiers and various related equipment, was found approximately 100 yards off the main road near a wooded area. 

Officers seized the instruments in an attempt to locate the owner.  No identifying marks or labels were discovered with any of the instruments or equipment, according to Marietta Police.

Read more on Marietta Patch. 

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