Police: Missing child found
by Neighbor Staff
01:22 PM, Saturday, March 28
The Sandy Springs Police Department Friday night announced an 11-year-old child who was missing has been found. Democardo Stanley of Sandy Springs was reported missing Friday after he went to school but did not return home. “Investigators do not b...

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