Thursday, July 12, 2007
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Employee robbed during break
in Wal-Mart lot
SNELLVILLE - A Snellville Wal-Mart employee said he was robbed at gunpoint while taking a break in his vehicle Monday.
Sitting with the driver's side door open in the Wal-Mart parking lot, the man was approached by two black men, one armed with a gun and demanding money, a police report said.
The two fled from the store located at 3435 Centerville Highway in a dark colored vehicle with the man's wallet and keys.
Man charged with pointing gun at store owner
NORCROSS - A 42-year-old restaurant owner was arrested Sunday after pointing a gun at a neighboring store owner, a police report said.
The owner of the Fiesta Clothing Store on South Norcross Tucker Road said when his trash Dumpster filled up he went to a neighboring restaurant to dump the waste and was confronted by Rui Biao Huang of Norcross, owner of China Express on South Norcross Tucker Road, pointing a gun at him.
Police arrived at the scene, found Huang's gun and arrested him. He was charged with pointing a gun at another.