A sketch of the alleged shooter in Sunday’s home invasion on Sumter Street in northwest Atlanta. KELLY LAWSON / GEORGIA BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

5 things to know tonight: Home invasion suspect armed with stolen gun during arrest, cops say

1. Dog with rare skill used to uncover key evidence in Jared Fogle case: The Labrador retriever named Bear has been trained to find electronic media storage devices, such as SD cards and thumb drives, according to WRTV. He helped find a piece of key evidence in the Fogle child pornography investigation, according to prosecutors. [Read more]

2. Mercedes-Benz will reportedly get Falcons stadium name: According to Sports Business Journal, the German luxury automaker is expected to sign a contract today to put its name on the $1.4 billion retractable-roof stadium slated to open in 2017. [Read more]

3. Atlanta home invasion suspect was armed when arrested, cops say: Brandon Jerome Smith was arrested in connection with the attack that left a northwest Atlanta father wounded in both legs. He was captured while walking to a friend’s house with a stolen .40-caliber handgun in his possession, Atlanta police said Friday. [Read more]

4. What ever happened to "Donna and the Wolfman"? Shot for a fraction of a shoestring in the '80s, the 30-second spots featured big-haired father Doyle Rodgers and his daguther Donna doing stunts, donning costumes, sometimes just ad libbing and being themselves. [Read more]

5. Tonight's forecast: Partly cloudy skies. Astray shower or thunderstorm is possible, with a low near 70. Winds light and variable. [Get more real-time weather info]

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