Man cited after pit bull attack
•NORCROSS - An Arizona man was cited last week after his two pit bulls attacked a resident on Estates Court in Norcross.
A 40-year-old man told an officer that the two dogs cornered him in his backyard on Nov. 7, but he was able to escape without injury. The dogs were running freely in the victim's yard when officers arrived at 1:45 p.m., according to a police report. They charged at an officer, who fired in their direction and scared the pit bulls back.
Animal Control officers impounded the dogs and cited the owner, Matthew Ricardo Davis Jr., 21, of Norcross, for allegedly leaving them unleashed. Davis was also jailed after a check of his driver's license revealed he was wanted in DeKalb County.
•LAWRENCEVILLE - Two men on Friday robbed the QuikTrip at 1770 Marathon Blvd., demanding money and cigarettes.
The suspects entered at about 1:50 a.m. armed with handguns, according to a police report. The clerk emptied the register. The suspects fled south toward Old Norcross Road.
The suspects are described as a white man and a black man, both approximately 5 feet 10 inches tall wearing blue jeans. The white man wore sunglasses and the black suspect had a blue bandanna over his face, the report stated.
Woman charged with assault
•DACULA - A 38-year-old Dacula woman was arrested Wednesday after allegedly stabbing her husband in the chest with a pencil.
The husband told police he was arguing with his wife, Hoai Thanh Tran, over "family matters" when he cursed at her. She then thrust a pencil into his chest, according to a police report.
Tran claimed she was defending herself because her husband had pushed her down the stairs. The husband refused medical treatment. He wouldn't write a statement for police and said he did not want to prosecute, the report stated.
Tran was arrested on a charge of aggravated assault.
- From staff reports