Robbery May Be Motive for Lawrenceville Homicide

Gwinnett County Police have released new details in the Thanksgiving Eve stabbing death of a 64 year old woman in unincorporated Lawrenceville, Ga.

Gwinnett County Police say robbery or burglary may be the motive for the killing of a woman at her home in unincorporated Lawrenceville.

On Wednesday, Nov. 21, police were called to the home of Parviz Moledina at 1403 Alamein Drive. GCPD now says she was found in her bedroom and had been stabbed more than 20 times. Investigators do not know if the suspects knew Moledina was home at the time. 

Moledina's Volvo was reported missing from her home. The investigation into the victim's missing car began on Thanksgiving Day. 

"One of GCPD’s LPR (License Plate Reader) equipped patrol cars had recently scanned the victim’s vehicle in Lawrenceville," said GCPD Cpl. Jake Smith in a release. "Officers began a search at the location of that scan, but did not locate the vehicle." Smith said an officer later passed the victim's vehicle being driven by two black males driving towards Sugarloaf Mills Mall on Sugarloaf Parkway on Duluth Hwy in the opposite direction of the officer. The suspects were able to evade the police before the officer was able to turn around. 

That officer later found the victim's vehicle parked in front of the Bass Pro Shop at the mall. 

After searching the car, police found documents which led them to Eric Lamont Bolling, 19 and Justin Eldridge, 18. Bolling lived just down the street from Moledina at 1474 Alamein Drive.

Police searched the homes of Bolling and Eldridge and found items which belonged to Moledina.

Bolling was charged with homicide and theft by receiving stolen property. Eldridge has been charged with theft by receiving stolen property. Smith says it is not likely that Eldridge will face additional charges, however the investigation is still ongoing. 

Both Bolling and Eldridge are currently in custody at the Gwinnett County Detention Center without bond.


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