The CCTV footage depicts the victim walking on Technology Parkway with her purse slung from her shoulder when a blue Honda Ridgeline pulls up next to her.
Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call 770-513-5300.There is a ,000 reward being offered for information leading to an arrest.APHC played one of their last shows headed by Garrison Keillor at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. Keillor and Ringsak met in 1971, playing on the same softball team.“He had a secret yearning to be a truck driver and enjoy the life of the open road,” Keillor wrote.“Thirty years on the road,” he sang, “and now I’m gonna make it home tonight.” The crowd leapt to its feet.
Ringsak’s survivors also include sisters Suellen, Ruth and Randy; brother Mick; children Lisa Nicholson, Hans and Karen; and eight grandchildren.
Ringsak turned his life on the road into a 2004 book of tales titled “Semi True.” At a “Prairie Home” show in 2003, with sparse prose and good humor, Ringsak described the drive from Washington, D. “My actual contribution is pretty slim,” Ringsak once told the St. Then 80 years old, he bought a new pair of cowboy boots for the gig.
C., to Los Angeles: “We carried the ‘Prairie Home’ house and mixing boards and radio gear and Gary Raynor’s bass and Rich Dworsky’s Hammond organ up and over old mountains and through farmland and forests. “I couldn’t go out on the Ryman stage in sandals,” he explained.
The woman was still holding onto to her bag when the Honda took off from the scene.
According to police, the victim was dragged down the driveway of the nearby Marriott hotel until the truck ran over her foot and she had to let go of her purse, Atlanta Journal Constitution reported.
Instead of letting go of the purse, police say the woman put up a fight and was hurled to the ground by the attacker.