Wednesday, March 20, 2013
The incident happened at a Holiday Inn in Lawrenceville, Ga.
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Wednesday, March 20
A woman has been arrested in connection to charging at a hotel employee with a shovel and possession of drugs. According to the Lawrenceville Police report, the incident occurred around 3:22 a.m. March 10 at the Holiday Inn located at 520 John B. Wilson Ct. in Lawrenceville. The front desk employee told police that, while he was in the lobby changing the clock for Daylight Saving Time, he noticed a woman looking over the balcony at him. He asked her if she needed anything and he said that she simply looked at him and began breathing heavily. She eventually turned and ran to her room on the second floor without saying anything. A few minutes later, the same woman was now in the lobby standing next to a column. When the clerk asked her again…
Sunday, March 3, 2013
The victim told Lawrenceville Police the incident occurred around Hurricane Shoals Road and Wellness Way. One man has been arrested in connection to the incident.
The victim of a kidnapping and armed robbery incident that took place in Lawrenceville believes his ex-girlfriend set him up. According to the Lawrenceville Police report, four men allegedly grabbed the victim, a 24-year-old man from Dacula, while he was in his ex-girlfriend's car off Hurricane Shoals Road and Wellness Way the evening of Feb. 23. The men dragged him inside their Ford Expedition, according to the victim, and they kept punching and hitting him with the butt of a pistol. They drove him around the city, had him take off all his clothes and continued to threaten and beat him for 20 minutes. Afterward, the suspects pushed him out of the car off Maltbie Street, where he was able to somewhat dress himself and walk to a location …
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Two Tennessee men were shot 15 times after they met with two others in what police believe was an illegal narcotics deal in Lawrenceville. Two suspects were arrested.
Two men were arrested in connection to what police believe was a drug deal gone bad in Lawrenceville. According to the Gwinnett County Docket Book and Lawrenceville Police reports, 22-year-old Roger Flint Ford, of Lawrenceville, and Leo Harvey were arrested in the incident, which resulted in two men being shot multiple times. Officers met with the two victims, a 22-year-old and 35-year-old from Tennessee, at Gwinnett Medical Center after the alleged shooting Feb. 3. The younger man was shot eight times in the lower abdomen, groin and legs, and the older man was hit seven times in the legs and wrist. They told police that they were visiting Lawrenceville to meet with the younger man's cousin, Ford, whom he hadn't seen in more than 13 years…
Monday, February 4, 2013
A police report says Irving John Hall, of Norcross, threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend after she told him he could not return to her Lawrenceville home.
With a gun in hand, an ex-boyfriend threatened to kill a woman in front of her kids at their Lawrenceville Home. According to the Gwinnett County Police report, the woman, who's in her early 30s, called police in regards to her ex-boyfriend coming to her home off Brays Mill Trace and threatening her with a gun on Jan. 20. She told the officer that they had been dating for three years, but she broke up with him five months ago. Her ex, Norcross resident Irving John Hall, came into the home that afternoon after her brother let him in. The former flame approached her in the kitchen and, and after Hall became belligerent and aggressive, she escorted him out the door. Once he was outside, she made it clear that she didn't want him to return, …
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Officers were investigating disturbance call at QT when shots flew around them, several bystanders.
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Thursday, May 26, 2011
Gwinnett Police arrested and charged a man with aggravated assault in connection with a May 24 incident at the QuikTrip located at 3844 Satellite Boulevard in unincorporated Duluth in which three officers and five bystanders were fired upon. Officers responded to a disturbance call at the QuikTrip about 11:40 p.m., according to Gwinnett Police Cpl. Jake Smith. They were investigating the disturbance when seven shots rang out and bullets flew around the officers and several bystanders. No one was injured, Smith said. Several other officers responded to the area in an attempt to locate the shooter, but no suspects were located at that time, Smith reported. The initial disturbance call was not related to the fired shots, he said. The dash …