South Fulton Mayor Khalid Kamau of Georgia has been charged with criminal trespassing and first-degree burglary. He will be temporarily replaced by City Council member Natasha Williams-Brown, the mayor pro tem. Kamau was released on an $11,000 bond and is required to undergo a mental health evaluation. Details about the charges and incident are currently unavailable due to an ongoing investigation. Kamau has had a contentious relationship with the City Council, which previously sued him in an attempt to remove him from office. The city reaffirms its commitment to upholding the law and ensuring equal treatment for all individuals.
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