5 things to know: Metro city tops Georgia’s biggest ticket traps

Officer Phillip Perry, shift senior officer and training officer for the Jonesboro police department, stops a motorist for having no insurance, a violation flagged by the tag reader. Perry goes on traffic patrol with the department’s license plate reader equipped patrol car.

Officer Phillip Perry, shift senior officer and training officer for the Jonesboro police department, stops a motorist for having no insurance, a violation flagged by the tag reader. Perry goes on traffic patrol with the department’s license plate reader equipped patrol car. BOB ANDRES / BANDRES@AJC.COM

Here are five things you need to know tonight:

1. Four people were killed and dozens injured at the Oklahoma State University homecoming parade Saturday when a car drove into the crowd, striking bystanders, according to multiple reports. [5 things to know about the tragedy]

2. Yes, they have sausage biscuits at Waffle House. And yes, you’ll be arrested if you get angry about the price and break a glass door Just ask Brookhaven police. [Read more]

3. Atlanta police officers responded to a Sunday night shooting in downtown Atlanta that stemmed from an argument at Scales 925, the restaurant for which Atlanta actor-rapper T.I. is a co-founder and principal. He is not mentioned in the police report. [Read more]

4. The city of Jonesboro is only about 2½ square miles. But what it lacks in size, it’s making up for in traffic tickets. The town of 4,600 collects more traffic ticket revenue per capita than any other jurisdiction in metro Atlanta, an analysis by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has found. [Read more] | [Georgia’s biggest ticket traps for 2014] | [Georgia’s 50 worst ticket traps in 2014]

5. Rain is likely tonight as the low dips to 51. [See the forecast]