Most-Read 2012 Stories: Man Awarded $2.3M in Kroger Lawsuit

These are the five most-read Douglasville Patch stories of 2012.

Douglasville Man Awarded $2.3 Million in Lawsuit Against Kroger

Douglasville resident Craig Walters, 49, received an award of $2,365,238.40 after a Gwinnett County judge determined that Kroger destroyed and manipulated evidence. Read more here.


Update: 2 Dead, 15 Injured at Thornton Rd. Accident

An at the intersection of Thornton and Blairs Bridge Roads resulted in one fatality, 10 patients being treated at the accident scene and five being transported to Atlanta’s Grady Hospital, one by air - two children, three adults. Read more here.

Man Convicted of Incest, Molestation of Stepdaughter, Gets 60 Years

David Randy Sabby, 49, was sentenced today to 80 years, with 60 to be served in prison. Sabby was sentenced by Douglas County Superior Court Judge David Emerson and convicted of two counts of aggravated child molestation, two counts of child molestation, one count of incest and one count of statutory rape. Read more here.


Names Released in Fatal Thornton Rd. Crash

The two people killed in the crash on Thornton Rd. have been identified. Michelle Kamika Chinnis, 35, from Smyrna, was the driver of the Nissan and died after being extricated; and Tracy P. Downer, 44, from Atlanta was the passenger in the Nissan and was pronounced dead at the scene. Read more here.


2 From Winston Killed in Crash

Alcohol was involved in an early morning crash that killed a driver and passenger, both from Winston, and sent a Carrollton man to the Atlanta Medical Center. The two fatalities were identified as Zachary Lewis Crenshaw and Matthew Ryan Miller, both 20 years old. Read more here.


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