Week In Review: Bike Fatal, Annexation, Concealing Death

Here are some of the top stories in Decatur/Avondale Estates Patch for the week of Sept. 16

Solicitor won't prosecute driver in bike fatal. Prosecutors said there wasn't enough evidence to file charges against the man driving a truck that struck and killed bicyclist Paul Taylor, 53, on April 30.

Decatur man charged with concealing death. Police had to break down a door to get inside a house where a woman was found dead. Her son was taken into custody.

Decatur police issue statement in bike case. The Decatur department said DeKalb County police and the state patrol reviewed their findings in the Paul Taylor fatal.

Opinion piece on annexation. The writer and webmaster for the website www.annexmenot.com tells why she doesn't want the City of Decatur to annex her neighborhood.

Beer festival tickets go fast. The online sale of tickets to the Decatur Craft Beer Festival started Monday and lasted less than two hours.

Young man charged in street robberies of women in their 60s. Avondale Estates and DeKalb County police have charged a 20-year-old man with robbing two women in their 60s -- one of whom was hurt and taken to the hospital.



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