Friday, April 22, 2005
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Gwinnett Daily Post
McDonald's hit by armed robbers
DULUTH - Two unidentified men robbed the McDonald's at 1963 Pleasant Hill Road on Monday and stole an undisclosed amount of money from the restaurant's safe.
The shift manager told police two tall, slender men wearing ski masks, blue hooded sweatshirts and work gloves entered the restaurant at 5:45 a.m. One of the suspects pressed a handgun into the shift manager's left shoulder and demanded to be taken to the restaurant's safe. He placed the money in a striped pillow case, according to police reports.
The second suspect acted as a lookout during the robbery and stood in the kitchen area. The two men exited through a side door, fleeing the area on foot.
Woman accused of stabbing
DULUTH - A Duluth woman was jailed on Wednesday after she stabbed her husband in the arm, according to an arrest warrant.
Pamela Black, 30, allegedly assaulted her husband with a knife about 10 p.m. during a dispute at their apartment on Pleasant Lake Village Lane in Duluth. She has been granted $11,100 bond, but she was ordered to refrain from contacting her husband while awaiting trial. Black had not posted bail at press time Thursday.
Jewelry store suffers prank calls
DULUTH - Someone has been making harassing phone calls to the Zales Diamond store at 2100 Pleasant Hill Road, police reports said.
A salesperson told authorities that someone has been calling for about a month, usually between 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. The caller breathes heavily into the phone and then abruptly hangs up.
The harassing calls have been received almost every hour every day, the employee told police.
- From staff reports