Decatur, GA — Decatur Police responded to a nasty-looking crash on Jan. 26, however there have been no main accidents in response to a spokesperson.
Police responded to the intersection of West School Avenue at South McDonough Avenue round 12:45 p.m. on Jan. 26.
“The investigation revealed a purple Dodge Caravan was touring southbound from North McDonough Avenue onto South McDonough Avenue crossing over West School Avenue,” Sgt. John Bender stated. “A white Isuzu panel truck was touring eastbound on West School Avenue. The Dodge struck the Isuzu within the aspect whereas touring by the intersection inflicting the truck to tip over and lean towards a utility pole and a brick signal for Agnes Scott School.”
The motive force of the Dodge acquired minor accidents and was handled on the scene.
Police didn’t cite both driver.
“No citations had been issued as a consequence of no witnesses to the occasion and conflicting tales from each drivers,” Bender stated.
In different metropolis of Decatur Police information:
– The Police Division is hiring college crossing guards. It’s a part-time job. To use, click on here.
– The Police Division can be warning individuals concerning the newest rip-off going round.
“We now have been made conscious of latest incidents of residents receiving calls from somebody claiming to be a member of the Decatur Police Division, stating there’s a warrant out for his or her arrest for failing to look in court docket,” the Police Division stated in a Fb publish. “The caller will then instruct the resident to withdraw cash and ship it to them by way of a present card or cash switch service comparable to CashApp to care for the warrant. ALL of all these calls are fraudulent. No legislation enforcement company will ever name you and ask for any kind of fee over the cellphone, nor will they ever supply to rescind a warrant if a fee is instantly made. For those who obtain a name of this nature, please dangle up. It’s possible you’ll be a goal. You don’t should be a sufferer.”