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Police: Woman attacked while unloading groceries

MCDONOUGH, Ga. – Police are searching for a man who allegedly followed a woman into her home and attempted to sexually assault her.

According to Henry County Police, the man entered a woman’s home on Coral Circle in McDonough as she was unloading groceries on Nov. 9.  The suspect fled the house after attempting a sexual assault.

Anyone with information on the suspect is asked to call Henry County Police at 770-288-8219.

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Police impersonator pulled gun on woman

ELLENWOOD, Ga -- Henry County Police are looking for a man impersonating one of their own. They say he pulled a gun on a woman after pulling her over for a traffic stop.

Megan Kelly said everything seemed normal when she was pulled over. The man who came up to her car was wearing uniform. His car had flashing red and blue lights, and it said "Henry Co" on the side of his car, a black Charger.

"As soon as he came up to the car he told me that it was stolen so I laughed because obviously it wasn't stolen," Kelly said.

Eight days after her rescue, woman thanks firefighters

STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. -- Trapped in her car, submerged underwater, a Georgia woman only made it out because of a 911 call and a fire rescue team.

On Thursday, she got to say, “Thank you.”

Police seek suspects in McDonough home invasion

McDONOUGH, Ga. -- A Henry County family remains on edge as police hunt for the three masked gunmen who terrorized the mom, dad and their three daughters during a home invasion.

11Alive spoke with the parents, Connie and Jervice Wolfe, on Wednesday, and they said it was their nine year old daughter, their youngest, who managed to call Henry County police while the gunmen were still in the house.

On the phone with 911 she frantically asks her father what to say.  Her father can be heard telling her to tell the emergency operator that they are tied up.  She then repeats those words illustrating a disturbing situation that this family was now forced to endure.

The three armed home invaders had kicked in the back door of the family's home in McDonough at about 4 a.m. wearing dark clothing and masks.

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Family still seeking answers in sign maker's death

STOCKBRIDGE, Ga.  (WXIA) -- A family - and a community - are grieving for a father, husband, brother and friend who gave of himself, generously, to others who could never pay him back. 

Saturday the funeral for Ray Sutton will bring together people from across metro Atlanta saddened by his death.

He was killed due to an accident at work.  On October 7, he was thrown from a mechanical ladder, and he died ten days later from his injuries.

Friday, 11Alive News talked with Ray Sutton’s big brother, Frank -- about Ray, his family, his legacy.

Frank Sutton said it’s comforting to know that wherever you drive in metro Atlanta, you can see signs of Ray Sutton, signs of his work.  He was a sign maker.

Twenty years in the business.  Ray Sutton’s signs are everywhere.

Body of local airman killed in Afghanistan arrives home

HENRY COUNTY, Ga. -- The body of a local airman killed in a military helicopter crash in Afghanistan arrived home on Tuesday.

Airman 1st Class Kcey E. Ruiz, 21, of McDonough, Ga., was one of six airmen who died after their C-130 crashed at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, on Oct. 2.

The plane carrying her body arrived at Tara Field in Henry County on Tuesday afternoon.

Law enforcement, veterans and members of the community were to pay their respects to Ruiz.

Police escorted the body to Jackson, Ga. 

Ruiz joined the U.S. Air Force after graduated from Dutchtown High School.

Funeral arrangements for Ruiz have not been announced.

Woman trapped underneath loaded dump truck

HENRY COUNTY, Ga. -- Emergency crews pulled a woman out of a vehicle trapped underneath a loaded dump truck in Henry County on Monday.

According to Henry County Fire Capt. Michael Black, the woman was entrapped in her vehicle after a five-car accident at 801 Rock Quarry Road just before 2 p.m. 

The woman was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital with numerous critical injuries, according to Black.

Other motorists were treated for minor injuries, Black said.