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Aftab Aslam allegedly faked his kidnapping because he didn't want to tell his parents he was flunking a college course.
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The Kendrick Center for Life Impact was damaged when a small welding fire started in the roof.
North Point Mall was evacuated Friday morning after a bomb threat was received shortly before 10 a.m.
Multiple victims have already come forward.
Omari Glenn Riden, 28 has been arrested and will be charged in the threat that forced the mall's evacuation.
The owner of the items said both the bag and the clubs are worth over $1,600.
Aftab Aslam, reported to be kidnapped, told investigators he left on his own.
First reported as a kidnapping, Johns Creek police believe Aftab Aslam sent the text message claiming he was kidnapped.
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