Gwinnett

Man charged with assault

NORCROSS - A Norcross woman claimed her husband struck her over the head with a clothing iron Sunday at their home in Crescent Lakes Apartments on Sunrise Village Lane.

Police arrived to find Randy Uriel Hernandez-Andrade, 25, trying to leave the house. He appeared intoxicated and kept saying over and over that he was sorry, according to police reports. The officer found Hernandez-Andrade's wife laying on a bed in the rear bedroom. She had lacerations to the head. The woman told police she had been hit on the head with a clothing iron, police reports stated. Andrade was arrested on a charge of aggravated assault.

Grayson man accused of hitting wife with hammer

GRAYSON - A Grayson man allegedly struck his wife in the head with a ball pin hammer Saturday at their home on Windrush Way.

The wife went to a neighbor's house seeking help. The woman told police her husband, William Henley Jr., got into an argument with her when she returned home late from going out with her girlfriends, according to a police report.

Henley allegedly slapped her, pushed her down and then shoved her into a wall against a hanging picture, breaking the frame and causing a cut to his finger.

Henley reportedly grabbed a hammer as his wife attempted to escape through the front door and struck her above the ear. Henley was arrested on charges of aggravated assault, false imprisonment and obstructing 911.

Woman reports nosy neighbor

SNELLVILLE - A Snellville woman reported her neighbor has been eavesdropping on her telephone calls for several months.

The female neighbor had even overheard the victim's bank account information and didn't reveal she could hear the conversations because "she didn't give her a ride" on one occasion, according to police reports.

When the victim called police, the officer could hear a faint female voice in the background saying "This is the first time I have ever listened to your conversation" and "bring it on." The officer then called the suspect directly. The woman admitted she had heard the victim's phone conversations for the past few months because the neighbor's phone signal interfered with her phone. However, the suspect never called the phone company to correct the problem or told the victim about it.

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Men protest Easter Bunny

WINDER - Two men protesting the Easter Bunny were allowed to continue even without a permit.

Winder police received a call about the men, who were allegedly slandering the Easter Bunny, at 10:26 a.m. Sunday. They were standing in front of the CVS Pharmacy holding signs that said "The Bunny is a Lie!" and "Easter is for Christ's Crucifixion, Death and Resurrection!" according to a police report.

Police told the men they needed a permit to protest. One of the men said, "I don't need a permit from you. I have one from Jesus Christ," according to the report. The men were asked to obtain a permit before their next demonstration. They left about 12:30 p.m.