Wednesday, April 17, 2013
On Wednesday, March 24, 2013, Thomasville Heights Elementary School hosted its annual Career Day.
The students at Thomasville Heights Elementary had one of the most encompassing Career Days that we have ever heard of, including well known entertainers and successful bankers. The Thomasville Heights Annual career day was held on March 24th. According to the APS blog, TalkUp APS, "students had the opportunity to interact with a variety of professionals including dancer and actor Shameik Moore from the Cartoon Network show “Incredible Crew”; V-103 radio personality, Lil Bankhead; Ventriloquist, Willie Brown; Lamont Ferrell with Just Jokes Entertainment; Daniel Frankson of Frankson Realty & Investments, and more!" Every presentation given by a professional was interactive, including the presence of the Atlanta Police Department who showed…
Saturday, April 6, 2013
All three stolen vehicles were found on Thomasville Boulevard.
Atlanta Police Department issued the following alert in the early morning hours of April 6: The police recovered three stolen vehicles early this morning on Thomasville Boulevard: If you have any information regarding suspects, please call Zone 3 Investigations at 404.230.9604 or Crime Stoppers at 404.577.TIPS (8477).
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Four men were spotted trying to smuggle items including two handguns into the federal penitentiary.
THOMASVILLE HEIGHTS — Usually, people are wanting to break out of prison, not break in. But Atlanta police report that one of its officers thwarted what seemed to be four people trying to smuggle items — including two loaded handguns — into the U.S. Federal Penitentiary. Prison officials say all inmates are accounted for and and that their movements are restricted at the minimum security complex as the matter is being investigated. It's unclear if any of the men were employees or inmates. "We do take the matter seriously," Chris Burke, a Bureau of Prisons spokesman, told East Atlanta Patch Tuesday. "We're working with the FBI and local law enforcement to determine what happened, how it happened and to make sure it doesn't happen again." …