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Suicide, Stabbing Reported After Argument; Man Shot in Face at Party

Here are today's top headlines from around metro Atlanta and around the state.

- Loganville Patch

Police believe a man stabbed his girlfriend, then shot himself in the head after an apparent domestic argument early Sunday morning in unincorporated Gwinnett between Snellville and Loganville.

The woman, who was stabbed in the back, survived the attack, but the man died, according to a media alert emailed by Gwinnett Police Cpl. Michele Pihera. Loganville Patch has more on this story.

Man Shot in Face at Midtown Party - Midtown Patch

Atlanta Police Detectives are still piecing together events that occurred during the early morning hours on Monday outside of the Savannah Midtown Apartments on North Avenue.

Sgt. Gregory Lyon told Midtown Patch that, "preliminary information is that a 23-year-old male was invited to a party at the location, 215 North Avenue." Midtown Patch has more on this story. 

Fiery Crash Kills 2 After They Flee from Savannah Police - Fort Stewart Patch

Two people were killed Sunday when their car crashed into trees and caught fire, according to a Savannah Morning News report. The crash occurred after the two fled from a police officer, according to the report.

According to the Morning News, a police officer noticed a tan Oldsmobile parked on a boat ramp on Islands Expressway Sunday Morning. Fort Stewart Patch has more on this story.

- Smyrna-Vinings Patch

Interstate 75, which was shut down in both directions this afternoon after a suspected a bank robber who claimed she had an explosive device led authorities on a chase from Acworth to the interstate, has reopened.

About 10:54 a.m. today, the Acworth SunTrust Bank at 1755 Mars Hill Rd. was robbed, and a black woman drove away from the scene in an SUV, said Officer Mike Bowman with the Cobb County Police Department. Smyrna-Vinings Patch has more on this story. 

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