Thursday, August 16, 2007
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Unknown thief gets man's goat
LAWRENCEVILLE - Bill Grogan's goat may be doing fine, so a childhood rhyme goes, but a Lawrenceville man said his was stolen from his home.
A female goat was stolen from the man's Callie Still Road home Monday night, a police report said.
The 69-year-old man said he sold a male goat to a Hispanic man a week ago who refused to give his name or number to the man at the time of the sale. The owner of the goats believes the man may be responsible for the missing female goat.
The man said this is not the first time goats have been stolen from his property.
Man robbed in bathroom
NORCROSS - A Norcross man said he was robbed while in the bathroom of a Norcross super market.
According to a police report, three Hispanic men entered the bathroom in the rear of the Grand Mart International Foods on Jimmy Carter Boulevard and approached the 36-year-old victim.
One of the three pulled a gun and placed it to the man's head as he demanded money.
The man said he handed over approximately $200 before the trio fled.