Friday, April 20, 2007
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Mobile home destroyed by fire
•LOGANVILLE - A Loganville mobile home was destroyed in a fire Thursday, and firefighters said they are unsure what caused the 12:54 p.m. blaze.
No one was at the 3126 Langley Road home when fire crews arrived and no injuries were reported, according to a Fire Department press release.
Student's tires slashed at school
•LAWRENCEVILLE - An 18-year-old student said his car was vandalized while parked at Collins Hill High School in Lawrenceville on Tuesday.
The student said he parked his white Toyota Camry in the school's west parking lot about 5 p.m. because he has a soccer game at nearby high school, a police report said.
When the teen returned to his car he discovered all four tires had been slashed.
He told police someone had smashed his truck and hood a few months ago but did not know who would want to damage his car.
Vehicles painted in parking lot
•NORCROSS - Two Gwinnett County residents said someone spray-painted their vehicles Tuesday afternoon.
According to a police report, a Stone Mountain woman parked her red Jeep Liberty in the parking lot of the Smoketree Shopping Plaza at Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Britt Road in Norcross, and when she returned to her Jeep after shopping it had been spraypainted.
A Norcross woman who had also parked in the lot said her black Chrysler convertible was also painted.
Police found an empty, crushed spray-paint can in the parking lot.
- From staff reports