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Abducted 12-year-old boy found safe

UPDATE: The missing 12-year-old boy has been found safe in Tennessee.

A Levi's Call/Amber Alert had been issued on Thursday after Dorian Moxley was allegedly taken from his family's home in Hiram by a houseguest, 33-year-old Timothy Lee Wilson between 11 p.m. and midnight Wednesday.

According to Paulding County Sheriff's Cpl. Ashley Henson, troopers with the Tennessee Highway Patrol saw Wilson's vehicle on Interstate 24 and made a traffic stop at exit 155.

The boy is reported to be in good condition.

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Woman talks about brutal attack on Silver Comet Trail

DALLAS, Ga. -- It's been one year since a woman was brutally attacked on the Silver Comet Trail. Police still don't know who did it – or why. But Tina Waddell says she needs answers.

Waddell is now talking publicly for the first time about what happened, hoping it will generate new leads in the case and protect others on the trail.

For four years, Waddell says she jogged the same stretch in Paulding County, usually heading out for her run around four o'clock. But Waddell says she'll never do it again.

"I don't ever want to see the trail, I don't ever want to go back to the trail," she said.

Remains found in Paulding County ID'd as Dallas man

DALLAS, Ga. -- Police have identified a dead man found decomposing behind a Paulding County home.

Using a combination of DNA evidence and the man's tattoos, police confirmed the remains are those of 25-year-old Joshua Andrew Holmes. There were no obvious signs of trauma to Holmes' body, and the manner of death is under investigation.

A call came in July 3 at around 1:19 p.m. to Paulding County E-911 in reference to a possible body being located in the 3300 block of Ridge Road.

Upon arrival deputies confirmed that there was in fact a deceased person in the wooded area behind the home.

The complainant told deputies that he had been smelling something "dead" behind his residence for a few days. He found the body when he went to investigate the smell.

Officials: Man shoots at neighbor, robot in Paulding

DALLAS, Ga. -- Paulding County officials have confirmed that a SWAT team had to be dispatched after a man apparently fired a shot at neighbor – and then at a police robot.

According to Corporal Ashley Henson with the Paulding County Sheriff's Office, the call of shots fired came in around 9:30 p.m. Friday on the 100 block of Harpers Lake Drive.

Neighbors told police that William Samuels Duvall, 66, had fired a gun at his next-door-neighbor.

When he missed the woman, neighbors said he went back in his home.

Dispatchers also called in a SWAT team since the man was armed.

Around 6 a.m., the SWAT team sent in a robot which they said Duvall shot at.

Deputies breached the door for the robot which also showed that the man no longer had a gun in hand.

That's when they rushed in to take Duvall into custody.

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Police seek husband after wife's death in Paulding County

HIRAM, Ga. -- Police are seeking a man after his wife was found dead in Hiram, Ga.

Officials got a call on Wednesday afternoon that a man, later identified as Rockwell Thelmon Serrabo, 41, was believed to have killed his wife.

Officials also believed that he may kill himself.

Deputies arrived at the wife's home in the 200 block of Baywood Way in Hiram, Ga. to find Nicole Thomas, 44, dead.

Fulton County police also assisted in the investigation finding the suspect's unoccupied vehicle at Sandtown Park

The suspect is still at-large and Fulton police are searching the park.

If found, officials warn that Serrabo is thought to be armed and dangerous.

Anyone that sees him should call 911 immediately.

Paulding County fraud suspects caught on video

PAULDING COUNTY, Ga. -- The Paulding County Sheriff's Office needs the public's help in identifying a pair of fraud suspects.

The two men are accused of breaking into several cars on McPherson Church Road on Apr. 27. They stole credit cards from at least one of the cars.

Sheriff's Cpl. Ashley Henson said the suspects then used the stolen cards at a QuikTrip in the 490 block of Nathan Dean Boulevard, near the Dallas Commons shopping center.

Surveillance cameras inside the QuikTrip recorded images of the suspects. One is a white man in his early 20's with dark hair and glasses. The second is a white man in his early 20's with dark hair and a full beard.

Anyone with information in this case is encouraged to call the Paulding County Sheriff's Office at 770-443-3015.

Vigil planned for woman struck by Paulding patrol car

HIRAM, Ga. -- Friends and family have scheduled a candlelight vigil for the woman killed in a Thursday night car versus pedestrian accident involving a Paulding County deputy.

The group is planning the memorial for Ashley Donaldson, 24, on Saturday night at 7 p.m.

The event is being held at the scene of the accident that claimed her life.

Officials with the Paulding County Sheriff's Office confirmed that the accident happened at about 9:50 p.m. on southbound Hiram-Douglasville Highway near Seaboard Street.

According to a statement from the department, the deputy was heading down the highway when the patrol vehicle struck a pedestrian who was crossing Hiram-Douglasville Highway close to the bridge in the area of Seaboard Street.

The statement said that the deputy was on the way to a low priority call and was traveling at normal speeds according to witnesses.