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Posey Chadwick Grier is still missing after more than 11 days

Posey Chadwick Grier is still missing after more than 11 days

East Point, GA--  After more than 11 days, family members of Posey Grier, known as Chad have reached out to me to again post this story about him being missing.  He has 2 daughters, a 3 year old and a 14 year old who have begun to ask questions on his whereabouts and are getting worried.  His mother has supplied us with a photo, but up until now this is the only phot we have of him.

UPDATE: 11Alive reporters have looked into this case and the East Point Police Department does not suspect foul play.  According to Sgt. Cliff Chandler, Grier was last seen leaving the hotel intoxicated and the police fear that he ran off the road on his motorcycle and has yet to be found.  If anyone has any information please contact the East Point Police

Fire Fighters Make Unusual Find in a South Fulton County Home

Fire Fighters Make Unusual Find in a South Fulton County Home

Atlanta, GA-- (AP) Fulton County fire officials say firefighters sent to douse an overnight blaze found dozens of suspected marijuana plants growing in the basement of a College Park home.

Fulton fire Battalion Chief Markus Jones says firefighters were sent to the house in south Fulton County early Monday. Jones says there was no one home when the firefighters arrived. He says the signs of a marijuana-growing operation included special lighting.

There are reports that roughly 50 plants were found, some as tall as 3-4 feet.  (Copyright 2011 The Associated Press)

Crime Stoppers Atlanta and Atlanta Public Schools to Launch Campus Crime Stoppers

Atlanta, GA--  Atlanta Public Schools, in partnership with Crime Stoppers Atlanta, will launch a new crime fighting program aimed at getting high school students and their parents involved in the crime prevention effort.

The new program encourages students, parents, school-based faculty and staff to proactively report crimes and criminal activity to the Crime Stoppers Atlanta organization through the group’s Web site, by text message or by telephone.  Tipsters have the option of remaining anonymous, and cash rewards are provided to those whose information leads to an arrest and indictment.

Campus Crime Stoppers will be launched at a news conference at 10 a.m. Tuesday, September 28, 2010 at Douglass High School, 225 H.E.