BRUNSWICK — In this Gateway to Georgia’s Golden Isles, stately Victorian mansions surround quiet downtown squares that were laid out before the Revolutionary War. The town’s moss-draped oak trees and peaceful marshes charm visitors from near and far. But all is not picture perfect in Brunswick.
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After the shooting of baby Antonio Santiago on March 21, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution sent reporter Andria Simmons to gauge the community reaction and follow new developments. Simmons spent three days interviewing community leaders, residents, spiritual leaders and law enforcement officials to inform this story.