UPDATE [10:59 a.m.]: It appears that opposition to an armed leader ended when SWAT negotiators and officers surrounded the man's car in the I-75 South in Cobb County
. the authorities pull the man out of the gray sedan and take him to the ground.
The investigation continues to block all southern alleys. Delays extend to 10 miles.
It is not clear when the interstate will open again. Many agencies remain on the scene.
ORIGINAL HISTORY: Firearms officers have closed all of the southern alleys of I-75 in Cobb County, according to the 24-hour WSB Traffic Center.
Marieta's police are involved in opposition to a refused driver who is armed close to the I-285 exchange. The driver is suspected of a 21
"Vehicle and driver coincide with the description of a suspect who has committed an armed robbery in the city," he said. "For a short period of time, Marietta's employees found the suspected car and tried to make a stop for traffic."
The driver did not stop immediately, but eventually stopped aside from the intersection between Wing Hill Road and I-285, "McFlymami said. He told 911 dispatchers he would not get out of the car because he was afraid of being shot, according to Channel 2 news.
The camera cadres of the Georgia Department of Transportation show the officers around to be a gray sedan removed from the I-75. An armored truck, stretched out in front of the car just before 11am. Georgia's State Patrol and the Officers of the Cobb and Marietta County Police Offices
The police opposition unfolds on a day when spring traffic is expected to be particularly severe across the country.
Archives stretch for 10 miles due to deviation, according to the Center for Trafficking.
Traffic deviates from I-75 to Windy Hill Road. The Traffic Center offers drivers to use Cobb Parkway, Atlanta Road or express lanes as alternative routes.
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