UPDATED: Police report officer-involved shooting
by Staff Reports
05:46 PM, Friday, January 30
(UPDATED SATURDAY AT 8:26 A.M. WITH INFO FROM THE GEORGIA BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION) The Sandy Springs Police Department Friday announced an officer-involved shooting occurred at about 4:30 p.m. at an apartment at the Winding River Village complex a...

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