Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The GBI will run tests to see if they belong to the missing college student from Cobb County.
Human remains have been found near the home of Robert Kane Rolison, the 17-year-old Middle Georgia State College student who was arrested last week in connection with the death of a fellow student from Austell. The remains were found at a Hawkinsville site last week, and the GBI will run tests to see if they belong to Jmaal Malik Keyes, according to WMAZ-TV in Macon. Middle Georgia State College campus police arrested Rolison, a dual-enrolled high school and Middle Georgia State student, Thursday night. He faces a charge of murder. Keyes, a 19-year-old freshman from Austell, was reported missing more than two weeks ago after he visited his family in the Atlanta area. WSB-TV reported last week that Keyes' family had lost contact with him …
Friday, May 10, 2013
Police made an arrest in the case of missing student Jmaal Malik Keyes of Austell, who was reported missing from the Middle Georgia State College campus since April 25.
A 17-year-old Middle Georgia State College student is accused of murdering fellow student Jmaal Malik Keyes, who's from Cobb and was reported missing since April 25. Middle Georgia State College campus police arrested Robert Kane Rolison Thursday night and charged him with murder. Keyes, a 19-year-old freshman from Austell, was reported missing more than two weeks ago after he visited his family in the Atlanta area. WSB reported earlier this week that Keyes' family had lost contact with him since April 25, a few days after his sister drove him back to his college campus in Cochran. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that campus police has yet to find Keyes' body as of Friday morning, and the murder suspect, Rolison, is a dual-…
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Jmaal Malik Keyes, 19, was reported missing nearly two weeks ago.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has joined the search for Jmaal Malik Keyes, a college student from Austell, according to WSB Channel 2 News. The 19-year-old freshman at Middle Georgia State College was reported missing about two weeks ago after he visited his family in the Atlanta area. WSB reports that Keyes' family had lost contact with him since April 25, a few days after his sister drove him back to his college campus in Cochran. Members from Keyes' church in Austell, Destiny World Church, have also come together to help find the missing student by handing out fliers on the Middle Georgia State College campus. There is also a $3,000 reward for information leading to his safe return. If you have any information about Keyes' …
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Andrew Lichtenstadter was the focus of a Mattie's Call search after he wandered away from a Smyrna group home.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Here are some of the top headlines from throughout the region.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Gwinnett County Police confirmed that the body discovered in the single vehicle accident on Highway 316 was that of missing UGA student, Quinton Ayers, 22. Cpl. Jake Smith, public information officer with the GCPD, confirmed that the vehicle Ayers was found in was a match to the black GMC pickup he was last seen driving. "The vehicle was found about 40 feet from the roadway. It was resting on its side and appeared to have hit a tree at significant speed," Smith said in a press release. "The vehicle was called in by a passing tractor trailer driver, who could just make out the truck's undercarriage from his elevated position." Read more on Loganville-Grayson Patch. A Labor Day outing at Lake Lanier ended tragically for a 25-year-old …
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Andrew Lichtenstadter was found two days after he ran away from his family at a restaurant in Dunwoody.
Monday, May 21, 2012
Andrew Lichtenstadter was last seen after he left a restaurant Sunday in the Perimeter area of Ashford Dunwoody Road.
UPDATE: Police located a man who went missing after a family dinner in Dunwoody Sunday near the Hartsfield-Jackson airport. Andrew Charles Lichtenstadter, a mentally challenged 21-year-old, was found Monday. Dunwoody Police say they don't know how he had traveled to the airport. The man was transported to Grady hospital. His family was especially worried because the man is on medication that he didn't have with him when he walked out of a restaurant on Ashford Dunwoody Road. ORGINAL STORY: Dunwoody Police are looking for a 21-year-old mentally-challenged man from Smyrna who hasn't been seen since he walked out of a Perimeter-area restaurant Sunday night, police say. His family is especially worried because the man is on medication that …
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Smyrna police say Marquise Gee was reported missing at around 10 p.m. Saturday, but circumstances don't meet the legal requirements for an Amber Alert, Levi's Call or Mattie's Call.
UPDATE 8:24 p.m.: Smyrna police report that Marquise Gee has been found safe. Smyrna police are asking for help locating a missing 13-year-old Smyrna boy. Police describe Marquise Gee as a dark skinned black male, about four-foot-eight-inches tall, weighing about 120 pounds with a medium Afro and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a white t-shirt and possibly a red button-up sweater. Gee has been missing since Saturday, April 22 when he left his home some time between 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. without telling an older sibling who was watching him. Police said Gee is known to ride his bicycle in Jasmine at Galleria apartments and The Retreat at Windy Hill apartments, but it does not appear he took his bicycle with him when he left his house. …
Saturday, February 4, 2012
Kevin Perez went missing Friday night after last being seen at Carriage House Apartments on Windy Hill Road.
UPDATE: Perez has been found He was found at a neighbors home around 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Kevin Perez, a nine-year-old Smyrna boy, went missing from Carriage House Apartments on Windy Hill Road at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3. Perez has black hair, brown eyes is about four feet tall and weighs about 60 pounds. Police are asking for assistance finding Perez. If you have any information about his whereabouts call 911 or 770-434-6666.