Police searchfor man accused of selling drugs

LAWRENCEVILLE - A Norcross man is wanted for allegedly selling drugs Sunday at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds, according to police reports.

Police received a tip at 12:30 a.m. that someone in the parking lot was waiting for amusement employees to get off work so he could sell them drugs. An officer found a man later identified as Anton Shermal Fooks, 30, and his wife standing next to a car.

After they both gave fake names, the officer patted down Fooks looking for contraband, according to police reports. The officer discovered a plastic bag containing 14 grams of cocaine packaged for sale in smaller baggies in Fook's pocket, according to police reports.

When the officer pulled out the bag, Fooks allegedly pushed him away and fled on foot. Police were unable to capture him.

Officers also found an additional bag containing 24 grams of marijuana and 31 grams of another suspected narcotic inside the car.

Norcross man stabbed

DORAVILLE - A Norcross man was stabbed in the arm Monday during a suspected gang fight.

The victim, a 23-year-old, was being treated at Gwinnett Medical Center when he told a nurse about the attack. The victim was on Interstate 285 changing a tire when a vehicle occupied by four unidentified Hispanic men stopped behind him. The men got out and started to fight with the victim, according to police reports.

One of the suspects stabbed the victim in the arm, causing a 2-inch laceration. The victim also said the incident was gang related and "he wears his color proud." He reportedly refused to talk to a police officer who was called to the hospital to investigate.

Two men mug Snellville man

SNELLVILLE - A man who stumbled upon two suspects breaking into his car was mugged Tuesday at Amli at Killian Creek apartments at 2300 Country Walk.

The victim was leaving to go to work at 2:40 a.m. when he saw two men breaking into his 1996 Nissan Altima, according to police reports. The suspects threatened the victim with a crowbar and demanded his car keys, cell phone and money.

The victim complied, and the two men then got into his car and drove away.

- From staff reports