Business fire cause under investigation
LOGANVILLE - The cause of a Loganville business fire is under investigation by local fire officials.
According to a Gwinnett fire press release, Loganville fire crews were first to arrive shortly after 10 a.m. at Georgia Bio Fuels Corporation, 3705 Harrison Road.
Gwinnett and Loganville crews responded and extinguished a small fire in the warehouse, containing the blaze to the single business.
The business was unoccupied at the time of the fire and no injuries were reported.
Insulin pump taken from hotel room
DULUTH - A woman's insulin pump was stolen from a Duluth hotel room Wednesday, a police report said.
The woman left the diabetic device inside a room off the lobby of the Marriott on Pleasant Hill Road. When she returned about 15 to 20 minutes later the pump was missing.
Tucker man charged with shoplifting
DULUTH - A Tucker man is accused of trying to leave a Duluth Sears store without paying for a pair of pliers.
According to a police report, Giang Thanh Nguyen, 28, removed the multitool pliers from its packaging and placed it on a table near the exit.
Store security reportedly saw Nguyen go back to the table, grab the tool and attempt to leave the store.
Nguyen was stopped by security and transported to the Gwinnett County Jail by county police.
The 28-year-old is charged with shoplifting.
Woman robbed inside her home
LAWRENCEVILLE - A Lawrenceville woman was robbed by three men inside her home on Fairway Oaks Road on Wednesday, a police report said.
Three black men kicked in the door to the woman's home about 7:40 p.m., the report said.
One of the men brandished a gun and demanded money from the woman while the two remaining men ransacked the woman's bedroom and overturned her mattress.
The men took the woman's cell phone and fled, the report said.