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December 2012 Archives

Atlanta man injured on railway

An accident involving a man that fell onto MARTA tracks and was pinned under his wheelchair could arise the question of whether the dangerous property caused the accident to occur. A senior MARTA officer hurried to the platform and saw the man in the dangerous position. MARTA officials believe that the accident occurred because the man lost control of his wheelchair. They have observed surveillance footage of the accident that shows the wheelchair plunging forward, stopping and then going onto the tracks. The officer stated that the man was "able to clear the third rail and land in the middle" at the speed that the man was traveling at.

Naked man found in hotel lobby

A man from Buford recently raised questions about inadequate security when he waltzed into a hotel lobby wearing nothing but his underwear. The man's intentions were unclear, but police officers took him into custody. A hotel clerk called in the report to the local police station. The police report indicated that the clerk heard a knock on the front door of the hotel at approximately 3:15 a.m. Although no one was at the door when the clerk checked, she later observed motion on the hotel's security camera that showed a man trying to climb over the counter at the front desk. The clerk approached the man who said that he was a hotel guest who had lost his key. However, he then admitted that he had not been truthful and requested to take a shower. The clerk refused and then called the police.

Child robbed by man while walking at Athens apartment complex

A 7-year-old boy was robbed at an apartment complex, bringing into question whether inadequate security played a role in the incident. The robber stole more than $300 that the boy was carrying. A tenant at the apartment building sent her son to the apartment complex's leasing office on Seagraves Drive. He was carrying the money to the office -- in a clear plastic bag -- in order to pay the tenant's rent when he was approached by a man.

Employee attacked at Valdosta shopping center

An employee who was attacked as he was closing up at the Valdosta Mall may have avoided injury if inadequate security was not involved. The man was beaten and robbed as he was leaving the mall. Two men attacked the 20-year-old mall employee and escaped with $100. His father later found him injured in the parking lot; he was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment of his injuries and then released, but his family says that he does not know when he will return to work again.

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