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Georgia DOT says fake officer trying to scam residents

State transportation officials say a scam artist appears to be trying to scare metro Atlanta motorists into paying fake traffic fines. The Georgia Department of Transportation said in a press…

Brookhaven’s top cops sworn in

Brookhaven’s top cops sworn in

The top brass of Brookhaven’s new police force have been sworn in and are working to hire more than 50 officers for the department by summer. Brookhaven Police Chief Gary…

Brookhaven police chief to be sworn in April 23

Brookhaven Mayor J. Max Davis will swear in Police Chief Gary Yandura and Deputy Police Chief Ron Freeman at the City Council’s 7 p.m. meeting April 23. Yandura and Freeman,…

Brookhaven Police Blotter

From police reports dated through April 10. The following information was pulled from DeKalb County Police Department’s Crimetrac system (www.crimemapping.com/map/ga/dekalbcounty) for the zip code 30319 and the lower Buford Highway…

Brookhaven hires deputy police chief

Brookhaven hires deputy police chief

Ron Freeman has been named Brookhaven’s deputy chief of police. Freeman previously served as commander of the south precinct for the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, where he worked for 26…

Brookhaven hires first police chief

Brookhaven hires first police chief

Hiram Police Chief Gary Yandura, a 38-year veteran of law enforcement, will serve as Brookhaven’s first police chief. Yandura, who previously served as chief of police in College Park, was…

Brookhaven to hire police chief in April

Brookhaven to hire police chief in April

Brookhaven officials say they hope to hire  the city’s first police chief by mid-April. City Manager Marie Garrett selected nine candidates to interview from the 98 law enforcement officers who…

Brookhaven close to agreements for parks, police

Brookhaven is close to inking agreements with DeKalb County for temporary police and parks services. At a Brookhaven City Council work session March 12, City Manager Marie Garrett told council…

Drew Valley residents revive crime watch

Drew Valley residents revive crime watch

The residents of Drew Valley have revamped their neighborhood watch program to take a stronger stand against crime in their neighborhood. Drew Valley is comprised of more than 800 homes…

Brookhaven Municipal Court likely to open in March

Brookhaven Municipal Court will be up and running soon, said Interim Deputy City Manager J.D.  Clockadale. Construction is complete on the city’s municipal court facilities, located in Suite 125 of…

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