5 things to know tonight: Vandals damage 70 vehicles in Paulding; ex-Life University coach faces 261 child sex-charges and more

1. Vandals damage 70-plus vehicles; 3 teens arrested. Paulding County authorities have arrested three teenagers, after more than 70 vehicles were damaged by baseball bats and rocks earlier this week, an official said Thursday. [Read here]

2. Ex-Life University coach faces 261 child sex charges. The charges for former Life University wrestling coach Ron Gorman includes 36 counts of child rape, according to Pennsylvania court records. The alleged incidents date back to 2006 and involve multiple children, records show. One, a former athlete who is now 20 years old, told police he was 10 when the alleged abuse began. He said he was 15 when it ended. [Read more]

3. Waka Flocka Flame acquitted of gun charges in Atlanta. In October 2014, Waka Flocka Flame was arrested at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport for carrying a concealed weapon. On Thursday the Atlanta rapper was acquitted of all charges in a Clayton County courthouse. [Read more]

4. Cobb student goes on racist social media rant about black people. North Cobb High School officials say they are investigating racist comments allegedly made by a student on social media. On Snapchat the poster writes mentioning black people as the n-word, wanting slavery back and wanting to be the person who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln, among other things. [Read more]

5. Where to park at SunTrust Park? Almost from the time the Braves announced they would build a stadium near Cumberland Mall, fans have asked: Where's the parking? The Braves answered Wednesday, releasing a lineup of 19 lots and decks where the team said it will sell parking for games this season. [Read more]