Athens Police Act to End Harassment on Pope Street

Athens-Traffic on Pope Street has returned to normal.  The Athens-Clarke County police are monitoring the area where UGA students have been harassing a resident living on the street.  The Athens-Clarke County Police tweeted to the website,, to warn students that they are heavily patrolling the area and that the resident should be left alone. Find out more tonight at five.


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