First Slice 9/30/14: Arrest made in DeKalb couple's kidnapping and killing, another suspect still at large
Plus, tree ordinance to get tweaked?
Federal authorities are looking for one suspect in the August execution-style killing of a DeKalb County couple. U.S. Marshals are looking for Richard Augusta Wilson - aka "Fathead" - for allegedly kidnapping Jeronta Brown and Briana Brooks, who was seven months pregnant, and then leaving them for dead in northwest Atlanta. Atlanta Police on Monday arrested another suspect, Andre Gay, who is being held at Fulton County Jail.
Hillary Schwartz, the first assistant director on the Gregg Allman biopic "Midnight Rider," has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in relation to the February death of camera assistant Sarah Jones. Jones was struck and killed by a train on the film set.
Changes are afoot - or at least being proposed - to Atlanta's tree ordinance. The Atlanta City Council will consider the Tree Preservation Fund could be used to purchase greenspace.
Itching to build a warehouse? Go to Savannah.
Omar Gonzalez, the man who somehow made it over the White House fence, across the lawn, and into the executive mansion, reportedly made it farther than was originally revealed. Unnamed sources tell the Washington Post that Gonzalez, who police say was armed with a knife, was able to run deep inside the house before being tackled in the East Room.
ICYMI: Stanley Romanstein has stepped down as president and CEO of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, saying his exit might help ASO management better negotiate a labor agreement with its musicians.