ATLANTA — Georgia Tech police are seeking a suspect accused of assaulting a female student on the Atlanta campus.
The woman told authorities that she was walking behind Brittain Dining Hall near Williams Street Northwest around 5:45 p.m. Monday, when the man approached her from behind and reached under her skirt and touched her.
Police at the Georgia Institute of Technology said in a campus safety alert that the suspect was last seen heading westbound on North Avenue in a red pickup truck.
Without a toxicology test, officials may never know if a driver in a McDuffie County collision that killed four people Sunday was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
The accident happened about 3 p.m. when a black Lexus was traveling eastbound on Augusta Highway at a high rate of speed before crossing the center line and striking a white Toyota Highlander head-on near Moose Club Road, Georgia State Patrol Sgt. Chris Wright said Sunday.
City commissioners abandoned plans Monday to audit millions spent to relocate residents from Augusta’s Hyde Park neighborhood and declined to expand the audit to the entire Housing and Community Development department, citing a need to keep real estate transactions private.
The commission had OK’d auditing the relocation project last week following the abrupt resignation of HCD Director Chester Wheeler and recent complaints from remaining Hyde Park residents about how $4.5 million had been allocated.