Marlo From Real Housewives Of Atlanta Hit w Home Invasion . . . As Crime In ATL SOARS!!

Crime has gripped the city of Atlanta — where car burglaries and home invasions are now the norm. Media Take Out learned that the Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Marlo Hampton recently suffered a home invasion.

Luckily Marlo wasn’t alone in the house – her nephews were there.

Marlo shared her story with the local TV news, Media Take Out learned. And it sounds like she’s had a pretty horrible experience.

Atlanta police say four suspected gang members are now in custody in connection with at least 15 home burglaries over the past year.

One of those home invasions, according to tp police, took place on July 1 and was the home of Marlo Hampton of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta.” Marlo told Channel 2 investigative reporter Mark Winne that she watched on her security system as armed, masked men kicked in her door with a loud bang.

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Marlo explained, “When I heard the pop, when I heard my nephew scream — and I knew that scream was a scream of fear — my heart dropped.”

Marlo Hampton said she went to a “panic room” she set up at her Buckhead mansion and called 911.

The home invaders were terrified and fled after hearing Marlo scream.

“I just thank God and we’re covered in the blood of Jesus and I’m here to share this story with you. But my main concern is, I want all the ladies … I want everyone to be aware when you post, if you have luxury items, be careful,” Marlo said.

The correlation between an Atlanta zip code and safety isn’t as strong as it used to be.

Atlanta Police Chief Rodney Bryant said his officers were being called to more luxury residences where home invasions have broken out.

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