Thursday, June 2, 2005
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Gwinnett Daily Post
NORCROSS - Two unidentified men robbed the Sonic restaurant Sunday at 6050 Jimmy Carter Blvd.
The manager told police the suspects came in at 9:35 p.m., pointed guns at the people inside the store and demanded money. The robbers said she had six seconds to get the money together and open the safe, according to police reports.
Meanwhile, everyone else was ordered to lie on the floor.
One suspect was described as a tall, light-skinned black male wearing a black hood, white jacket and black pants. The second man was a shorter, light-skinned black male wearing all black clothing and a black hat.
Security guard hit, injured by driver
BUFORD - An Atlanta man was arrested Friday after he allegedly ran over a security guard's foot at the F. Wayne Hill Resources Center on 3320 Financial Center Way.
The guard was posted at a gate about 6:30 a.m. when 35-year-old Milton Tyrone Richardson drove up to him "fast and recklessly." Richardson demanded a pass to get into the facility.
The guard advised Richardson he needed to go to a different parking lot, to which Richardson replied "I tell you what, I'm going in," police reports said.
Richardson then allegedly put his Hyundai Elantra into gear and struck the guard, spinning him around, running over his foot and knocking him to the ground.
The guard suffered a bruised knee and pains in his ankle and lower hip. Richardson claimed he was unaware that he struck the guard. He was charged with aggravated assault.
- From staff reports