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The Boston Celtics have drafted Cobb County native Jaylen Brown with the number three pick in the 2016 NBA Draft.
When Brown was leading Wheeler High School to a state basketball championship, it was clear that he had a bright future ahead of him.
The 6-foot, 7-inch forward attended the University of California for a year, and had a standout season on the court. He averaged 14.6 points per game and 5.4 rebounds per game.
Brown, who hit the game-winning free throws in the state championship just 15 months ago, was expected to be drafted early by many in the 2016 NBA Draft.
“I’m super excited to get to whatever city I go to and just dive right in,” Brown said.
More Atlanta area residents are no longer feeling safe in their homes as a resident awakes to his home being shot to shreds. It seems that the area needed a larger and more prepared police force rather than a new stadium, as reports of violence with automatic weapons increases daily.
(WSBTV) SOUTH FULTON COUNTY, Ga. —
A South Fulton County man says he woke up to more than a dozen bullets piercing his home. Police say they think the home was the wrong target.
The victim, who did not want to show his face on camera, was sleeping when he says he heard gunshots.
Terrified for his life, he grabbed his gun, called 911 and went to his bedroom door.
“That’s when I saw the bullet holes in the walls,” the victim said.
He says he listened intently to see if he could hear anyone before making his way down the steps and into his kitchen.
“When I come down the steps and make the left, the whole kitchen is shot up,” the victim said.
Bullets pierced the front of his house and garage before ricocheting through walls, potted plants, cabinets and closets.
Police say the man who spoke to Channel 2 Action News was not the intended target.
Detectives say they believe whoever did the shooting may have gotten the victim’s home confused with someone else’s because every home along Splitpine Court looks similar.
While police work to find the shooter, the victim says he’s just happy to be alive.
He says he knows he would have been killed.
It’s no secret that violence has been steadily increasing in Dekalb County (metro Atlanta Area, GA) and last night was no different as the number gun related incidents increased by one. Are the citizens of this once fine county losing their grip?
One person is dead after a barrage of gunfire erupted in the middle of a street in DeKalb County.
Police collected more than two dozen shell casings on the 4100 Glenwood Road late Thursday night.
DeKalb County police officers say one person was found lying on the sidewalk. He later died at a local hospital.
The homicide commander said they are trying to get to the bottom of what provoked the gunfire.
The victim has not yet been identified but authorities say he is 35 years old.
We’re talking to police about what may have led up to the shooting on Channel 2 Action News This Morning.
The pound dropped below $1.35 for the first time since 1985. The currency fell as much as 11% and was on course for its biggest one-day fall ever. It was down against all major world currencies.
The U.K. is first country to vote to leave the European Union. Prime Minister David Cameron resigned Friday, saying he would hand over to a new leader in about three months.
Stocks markets around the world are also falling sharply after the campaign to leave the EU won Thursday’s referendum.
“It is vile and ugly out there, the British pound is facing its worst day ever,” said Naeem Aslam, chief market analyst at ThinkForex.
Economists have been warning for months that if the U.K. referendum resulted in a vote for a British exit (Brexit) from the EU, that would do lasting damage to the British economy.
As the market fell, the Bank of England said it will take all necessary steps to meet its responsibilities for monetary and financial stability.
“The Bank of England is monitoring developments closely. It has undertaken extensive contingency planning and is working closely with HM Treasury, other domestic authorities and overseas central banks,” it said in a statement.