Torture Alleged in Death of Fort Stewart Soldier's Daughter - Fort Stewart Patch
Hinesville police allege that a Fort Stewart soldier charged with the murder of his 3-year-old daughter subjected the girl to hours of torturous punishment before her death, according to a WJCL report.
Spc. Torres L. Boles, a soldier assigned to the 1st Armor Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, is charged with murder and cruelty to children in connection with the Feb. 27 death of his daughter, 3-year-old Andraia Boles.
At a preliminary hearing Monday, a Hinesville police detective testified that Boles became angry at the child when he found his house flooded after leaving her alone with her older sister.
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Zoo Atlanta Bids Final Farewell to Moby the Clouded Leopard - East Atlanta Patch
Moby, a 16-year-old clouded leopard at Zoo Atlanta, was euthanized Friday following what the zoo described as a "sharp decline in his health and behavior."
Moby received treatment for the last several months for his age-related complications, the zoo described in a release.
Moby would have been 17 on April 23. He was born in captivity at the Buffalo Zoo and arrived to the Atlanta Zoo from Seneca Park Zoo in June 2004.
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Fleeing Suspect Leads Police to Marijuana Stash - Stone Mountain Patch
A man who fled from police led them to a stash of pot in an apartment, according to a DeKalb county incident report.
A police officer saw four males who looked to be juveniles smoking a marijuana cigarette in the 1200 block of S. Hairston Road in unincorporated Stone Mountain on March 5, the report states. One of the males had a black flag in his left rear pants pocket, "commonly displayed by gang members."
The officer stopped the subjects in the Kroger parking lot. Another responding officer reported that they smelled a strong odor of marijuana as they spoke with the subjects. One of the males fled the scene as an officer was trying to pat him down.
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