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Trial Set for Suspect in Fatal Boating Collision; Naked Man Dancing

Check out these top stories from Patch sites around the Atlanta metro area and north Georgia.

 

Trial Date Set for Cumming Suspect in Lake Lanier Boating Deaths - Cumming Patch

The Cumming man who has been indicted in Hall County in connection with the boating deaths of two Gwinnett youths at Lake Lanier has a scheduled trial date.

Paul Bennett, a Cumming resident, is scheduled to face trial May 20, 2013. Also, the next motions hearing reportedly is set for January 31, according to Hall County District Attorney Lee Darragh. Read more about this story on Cumming Patch.

Cobb Schools Employee Faces Child Porn Charges - Northeast Cobb Patch

A longtime employee of the Cobb County School District has been arrested on charges that he produced and received child pornography.

According to multiple reports, Stanley Keith Johnson, a transportation field coordinator with the school district, was charged by federal officials on Tuesday. .

Naked Man Reportedly Found Dancing in the Streets Faces Charges - Oconee Patch

Oconee County Sheriff's deputies Wednesday arrested a Watkinsville man in connection with an incident Sunday in which he had reportedly been dancing naked in the roadway.

According to an incident report, deputies found the man in the intersection of Arrowhead Road and Etowah Court around 4:30 p.m. on Dec. 9. Visit Oconee Patch for more on this story.

Canton Police Identify Body Found Behind Marketplace - Canton-Sixes Patch

The Canton Police Department has identified the young man whose body was discovered behind the Canton Marketplace Sunday morning.

In a press release, the department named 19-year-old Sergio Oliverio Padron as the person located in a wooded area by hunters at roughly 9:30 a.m. on Sunday. See Canton-Sixes Patch for more on this story. 

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