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Fake doctor sentenced for sexually assaulting patient

COBB COUNTY, Ga. — A Douglasville man who posed as a doctor and violated a patient pleaded guilty to sexual battery charges in court Monday. He was sentenced to serve 15 years in prison.

According to the Cobb County District Attorney, 50-year-old Patrick Ogbebor posed as a physician at the Mosthouse Lab Test and Healthcare Clinic in Smyrna when he sexually assaulted a 21-year-old woman during a physical exam needed as part of her immigration process. 

Officials say Ogbebor took the victim into an exam room where he inappropriately touched her, continuing even after the woman said she did not feel comfortable with what he was doing. After the exam, the woman called Smyrna police to report the assault. 

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Smyrna officer who shot Nicholas Thomas promoted to Lieutenant

SMYRNA, GA (WXIA) – Less than a year after the officer-involved shooting death of Nicholas Thomas at a Vinings Goodyear Service Center, the Smyrna officer who fired the fatal shot, Sgt. Kenneth Owens, is being promoted to Lieutenant.

On March 24, 2015, Cobb County and Smyrna officers arrived at the facility on Cumberland Boulevard, where Thomas worked, to arrest him on a felony probation violation warrant.

Second suspect charged in jewelry store robberies

ATLANTA -- Authorities say a second suspect has been charged in a series of jewelry store thefts across the southeast.

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, authorities have charged 35-year-old Lewis Jones, Smyrna, Ga., in connection with multiple jewelry store robberies across five or more states.

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The Smite World Championships brings big money pro video gaming to Atlanta

ATLANTA (WXIA) -- Viewers this weekend are enthralled as play-by-play announcers are following the intricacies of the gameplay, while color commentators are adding details to the playoffs as the teams advance or go home in each round. 

And while the NFL Playoffs get underway this weekend, this is not the National Football League. 

This is the Smite World Championships, being played live at a sold-out Cobb Energy Centre, and yes, it is a video game tournament. The tournament is being streamed online (complete with announcers -- ala ESPN) at http://www.twitch.tv/smitegame

Arrest made in multi-state jewelry store robberies

SMYRNA, Ga. -- The FBI confirmed on Saturday an arrest in multiple jewelry store robberies across at five or more states.

Abigail Lee Kemp, 24, was arrested without incident on Friday in Smyrna by FBI agents of the Atlanta division.

Smyrna house fire kills man, injures his wife