First Slice 6/4/14: Man allegedly assaulted, called anti-gay slurs on Beltline's Eastside Trail
Fulton's jail locks, Airport WiFi, VA woes, and more
Atlanta resident Quinn Alexander Chrzan was allegedly assaulted and called anti-gay slurs while riding his bicycle on the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside Trail. Chrzan, who says he isn't gay, tried snapping a photo of the man making those derogatory remarks. "He ended up stopping jogging and saw me and confronted me. He kept calling me faggot. I asked him not to use homophobic slurs and he pushed me off my bike into a wall. He just whaled on my face for like 15 or 20 seconds," Chrzan told Project Q Atlanta. Atlanta Police are currently searching for the alleged suspect.
What's this? Fulton County Jail's locks aren't working properly? At least not well enough to prevent two prisoners convicted of murder from picking a lock and having consensual sex.
A shooting early yesterday morning on Auburn Avenue has left 27-year-old Atlanta resident Selemon Belai dead and four other victims injured.The Atlanta Airport has finally stepped into the 21st century and has launched this free little service called the "Internet" starting today.
Atlanta's Veterans Administration Medical Center has close to a two-month wait line for veterans to get treatment. Those wait times for veterans to receive health care are among the nation's worst, a new report finds.
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