A DeKalb County (Georgia) official explained why he distributed 3,000 condoms and other party favors for a woman’s birthday party that was advertised as Atlanta’s largest private sex 0rgy.

Cidney Green, who shamelessly bills herself as a swinger and sex phone operator, blew up overnight when Black Twitter promoted her 27th birthday party with the hashtag #ATL0rgy.

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Michael Lomax

A former Gwinnett County sheriff’s deputy is being held in jail without bond on allegations he committing unlawful sex acts with a 13-year-old boy.

Michael Lomax, a former jailer for the Gwinnett sheriff’s office, resigned following his Nov. 2 arrest on a charge of aggravated child molestation.

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Ross Harris

Justin Ross Harris, 33, of Marietta, was found guilty on all 8 counts in the death of his 22-month-old son Cooper Mills Harris.

Harris argued that he forgot his son was in the back seat of his SUV when he arrived at work at a Home Depot in Cobb County on June 18, 2014.

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Jonesboro murders

A 15-year-old gang member was the intended target of a home invasion in Clayton County that left 2 children dead.

Clayton County Police Chief Mike Register said the 15-year-old boy was located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he fled before gang members shot 11-year-old Tatiyana Coates and her 15-year-old brother Daveon Coates as they slept in their Jonesboro, Ga., home on Oct. 22.

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Kwasi Adadevoh

A Wells Fargo employee was arrested last month when an undercover police officer observed him committing bank fraud.

Marietta police urged Wells Fargo customers to check their bank accounts after Kwasi Adadevoh, 24, was arrested for using customer information to commit fraud.

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Jonesboro murders

Police are investigating the shooting deaths of 2 children during an early morning home invasion in Jonesboro, GA.

Sister and brother Tatiyana Coates, 11, and 15-year-old Daveon Coates were killed by robbers who forced their way into the Clayton County home early Saturday morning.

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