Wednesday, August 19, 2009

City Hall Open House; Dunwoody Pervert; Bus Stop Snacks

My son Jack and I attended the Dunwoody City Hall open house this past Monday, and we were impressed to say the least. While I was piqued by the sleek look and state-of-the-art equipment in the renovated offices, Jack was dazzled by the array of food on hand (nothing like ice cream and chicken wings), courtesy of the Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce.
Below is an article that appeared in today's Atlanta Journal-Constitution about the man exposing himself to a Dunwoody jogger.
Dunwoody police are searching for a man accused of exposing himself to a female jogger Saturday. Police say the incident occurred around 8:30 a.m. at the intersection of Womack and Vermack Roads, when a heavy-set balding white man in a yellow sports car flagged the woman down and said he needed help with his GPS unit.
As the jogger approached, she saw the man was exposing more than a global positioning system.
The woman immediately fled and called 911, but the man could not be found.
Dunwoody police say the man’s car may have Florida tags. Anyone with information should call police at 678-382-6900.

It will be all smiles at the Springfield Dr./Summerford Dr. bus tomorrow afternoon. That's because every Thursday is snack time! Eight Moms are on a rotation, providing the 13 kids that ride the bus (and their siblings) with a sweet treat in recognition for their hard work at school. It's a lot of fun to watch the kids smiling from ear-to-ear as they pop off the bus!


Steve Barton said...

Unsurprisingly, the respected newspaper appears to have gotten a key crime detail wrong, the location.

In the email sent by the victim and shared by Neighborhood Watch coordinators, the female jogger clearly states that the pervert pulled his car into the first entrance to Dunwoody Elementary (the bus entrance). It was from there that he called out to her and that was where he exposed himself.

Bob Fiscella said...

I thought I was the only one that saw that. Of course, the AJC will soon be a Dunwoody paper (as they are reportedly moving their headquarters to Perimeter).