Atlanta Department of Public Works employees arrested
by Neighbor Staff
06:16 PM, Tuesday, March 31
One week after two Atlanta Department of Watershed Management employees were arrested for stealing city property and selling it, four workers with the city’s Department of Public Works have been arrested on similar theft charges. Edward Earl Child...

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