5 things to know tonight: Inmates escape Atlanta prison, sneak back in; Falcons name new defensive coaches and more

1. Jailbreak! Atlanta inmates escape, sneak back in. Tequila, cell phones, cigars and possibly handguns are just some of the contraband items inmates at a minimum-security prison camp in southeast Atlanta sneaked into the facility after escaping through holes in a fence. [Read more]

2. Falcons promote Manuel to DC, Young named defensive line coach. Marquand Manuel, who served as the secondary/senior defensive assistant for the past two seasons, was promoted by the Falcons to defensive coordinator to replace Richard Smith on Friday. [Read more]

3. Gwinnett prosecutor charged in high-end prostitution ring resigns. The Gwinnett County prosecutor arrested last month in connection with a high-end prostitution ring has tendered his resignation, District Attorney Danny Porter said. [Read more]

4. NC driver dies after tractor-trailer blown from Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. Joseph Chen, 47, of Greenville, North Carolina, was driving seafood for Evans Transports over the CBBT when his truck went into the water around 12:30 p.m. Thursday, WAVY reported. [Read more]

5. Woman arrested after gun discharges inside Atlanta federal building. A woman was arrested after she took a security officer's gun, causing it to discharge inside the Sam Nunn Federal Center in downtown Atlanta, authorities said Friday. [Read more]