Top Atlanta news: 4 shot near Clark Atlanta; FBI identity theft warning cites local case; more

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Atlanta.

FBI uses Atlanta case to warn about identity theft

The FBI cited a case in which an Atlanta man pleaded guilty last year after he was arrested with 13 different IDs on him.

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Student describes panic after shooting near Clark Atlanta University 

Four people were shot around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.

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Man plunges to death while leaping hotel balconies 

The man was fleeing security as he fell at least 10 stories at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta hotel early Monday.

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Atlanta boxer returns home after a week in ICE custody

Abel Aparicio was detained during a traffic stop in Florida.

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City Council repeals law allowing new permits for e-scooters

The legislation repeals the Department of City Planning’s authority to issue permits for the shareable, dockless devices. Permit holders issued a permit before Aug. 19, 2019 will be allowed to continue operations until the original permit expires.

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