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Ga. woman sues over jailing

An Atlanta woman on Friday filed suit against a host of defendants, saying she was arrested by mistake and then spent 53 days in jail

By Bill Rankin
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ATLANTA — An Atlanta woman on Friday filed suit against a host of defendants, saying she was arrested by mistake and then spent 53 days in jail before finally being released.

Teresa Ann Culpepper seeks unspecified damages in her complaint against the city of Atlanta, Fulton County and members of the Atlanta Police Department, Fulton District Attorney's Office and Fulton Sheriff's Department.

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