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Ga. SWAT Team Raids Empty Apartment

July 15, 2011  | 

Tactical officers with the Sandy Springs (Ga.) Police Department raided an apartment looking for a man charged with serious sex crimes, who was not at home when officers entered the residence.

Officers were searching for James Robert King, a maintenance worker who is charged with incest and sodomy. Tactical officers practiced the raid on another apartment in the complex, and then entered King's residence. A police spokesman said the raid was a precautionary measure and officers didn't know whether King would be home.

Source: MyFoxAtlanta


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