Meet Maxie aka Pooh Bear! He is 1.5 years old, 55-60 lbs, loves long walks, knows basic obedience, likes other dogs and is the most affectionate and snuggly guy once he warms up to you. And he is smart. One of his fans told us, "Tonight he learned “place” in less than a minute, and I got a v…

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DUNWOODY, Ga. — Police investigated reports of someone breaking into multiple vehicles at the Arrive Apartments along Asbury Square on Feb. 14. Investigators spoke with three vehicle owners who claimed their automobiles were tampered with or rummaged through overnight.

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Police investigating the death of a 4-month-old baby at a Dunwoody day care say they found video evidence contradicting statements made by the owner/operator, leading to her arrest on felony murder and child cruelty charges.

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A Dunwoody man accidentally shot himself in the leg late Jan. 29 on Perimeter Trace. The man told police he was checking his apartment and set his gun down on a table when it fell to the floor and discharged.

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More than 100 residents at the Dunwoody Place Condominiums got a visit from the Grinch Dec. 23, when vandals broke into their mailboxes and stole hundreds of items, including Christmas packages, bills and valuable documents. 

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Dunwoody Municipal Court closed for cases scheduled through Dec. 17 last week due to a possible COVID-19 exposure. Those who were scheduled to appear in court must wait until 2021.

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DUNWOODY, Ga. — A Dunwoody police officer stopped an Atlanta man who was seen diagonally crossing the intersection of Perimeter Center West and Perimeter Center Place on Oct. 28.Abram Walker, 40, told the police officer he had the red light and had done nothing wrong. According to an inciden…

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Public safety and public works employees join utility crews to clear the intersection of Chamblee Dunwoody and Mt Vernon roads Sept. 17 after a massive oak toppled into the roadway. The morning event took out traffic lights, directional signs and cut power throughout Dunwoody Village. Cleari…

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DUNWOODY, Ga. — Police are investigating the March 9 theft of close to $350 worth of merchandise from the Microsoft Store on Ashford Dunwoody Road. Store officials told police that a man entered the store and took two items and left without paying.