Lawrenceville woman accused of giving more than a massage

DULUTH - A 34-year-old Lawrenceville woman was allegedly offering massages and more last week when undercover police went to an apartment in Summer Ridge on McDaniel Road.

Michelle Lee Wilson performed a sex act on an undercover officer for $140 and also gave him a massage on Oct. 6, according to a police report. She was issued a citation for providing a massage without a permit and charged with masturbation for hire.

Wilson was not arrested, but she was advised to turn herself in at the Gwinnett County Jail, the report said.

Homeless man caught trying to peep into woman's apartment

NORCROSS - A homeless man was arrested Tuesday after police caught him attempting to peer into a woman's apartment at Bradford Gwinnett on Castor Drive.

A woman asked police to check a service crawl space behind her apartment at 3:20 a.m. because she heard tapping noises. The officer found 34-year-old Reginald Grant had forced open the lock and was inside the service space with his hands down his pants, according to a police report.

Grant appeared intoxicated and claimed he only went into the crawl space to urinate. The officer noticed that all the insulation had been pulled away from the wall, exposing a wall board to the bathroom of the woman's apartment. It seemed Grant was trying to create a "peep hole," the report said.

Grant was charged with loitering and prowling, criminal trespass and Peeping Tom.

Break-in occurs for third time in month at Bogan Park concession stand

BUFORD - Someone broke into the concession stand at Bogan Park on Tuesday for the third time in a month, according to police reports.

An intruder climbed through the ceiling some time during the night and pounded on the sheet rock to make holes in it. Items on the shelves of the storage room were thrown to the floor. Both roll-up windows were also pried open using a sign post that had been pulled out of the ground nearby.

A Gwinnett Parks and Recreation employee told police the perpetrators were probably expecting to find money because a large amount of cash was stolen during the previous two incidents.

- From staff reports