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Police arrest robbery suspect after shootout, chase

STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. -- Authorities say a robbery suspect exchanged gunfire with an officer and then led police on a chase through two counties on Tuesday.

According to Clayton County Police, an officer saw the suspect, identified as 25-year-old Brandon Hoskins, get out of his vehicle and pistol-whip the driver of another car. Detectives got out of their vehicle and told Hoskins to stop. The detectives said Hoskins then fired shots at them, got back into his car and fled.

Detectives then chased the suspect into Henry County. According to police, Hoskins wrecked the vehicle at a stop sign around Banks Drive at Flipped Road and fled on foot.

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Attorney disputes DFCS report in Henry Co. foster child death

HENRY COUNTY, Ga. -- There are new developments in the case of a 2-year-old who was allegedly murdered at the hands of her foster mother in Henry County.

Henry Co. police issue critical missing person alert

UPDATE: Police have reported that Turner Arnold was found safe.

STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. -- A young man with developmental issues has gone missing and Henry County police are pleading for the public's help in finding him.

Police said 24-year-old Turner Arnold was last seen around midnight on Wednesday near his residence on Hood Road in Stockbridge, Ga.

Officials said Arnold, who has blond hair and green eyes looks young for his age. He is about 5 feet 7 inches tall and 160 pounds. He was last seen wearing Green plaid pajamas and rain boots.

Police are describing the case as a critical missing person report.

Laila Daniel death | DFCS: Caseworker 'missed multiple critical red flags'


Police say 2-year-old Laila Daniel

was killed by her foster mother

, Jennifer Rosenbaum, but the Division of Family and Children Services admits two of its employees played a role.

NASA: Meteor confirmed, fragments possible south of Atlanta

LOCUST GROVE, Ga. -- NASA has identified a fiery object seen flying across Georgia near Henry County, Thursday night.

Officials with the space agency said that around 6:30 p.m. they received several reports of a bright fireball shooting across the sky.

Authorities in the scientific community have since identified the object as a piece of an asteroid that likely weighed at least 150 pounds as it streaked 50 miles above McDonough, Ga.

It entered the atmosphere at approximately 29,000 mph.

That’s when the fireball stopped producing light by ablation – or brightly burning up.

Now the hunt is on by amateur meteorite hunters in the area of Locust Grove and counties adjacent to Henry County where NASA believes potential chucks may have made landfall.