Man arrested

at golf tournament

•DULUTH - A Suwanee man was arrested last month after getting into a fight with a security guard at the AT&T golf tournament.

According to a police report, Terrace Joseph Burs, 21, of 180 Tread Stone Overlook in Suwanee, was disturbing golfers and yelling profanities while at the game May 20.

Burs admitted to having a drinking problem to police. He was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

Woman charged with robbery at Braselton Waffle House

•BRASELTON - Police allege a woman robbed the Waffle House at 5597 Ga. Highway 53 early Saturday morning. Police arrested Ziomara Clarke, 27, of Longs, S.C., within one hour after the robbery, Sgt. J. D. Gille said.

According to police reports, a black woman wearing a blue and white shirt and white slacks approached the cash register just after midnight and demanded that the clerk give her all the money. When the clerk explained he could not open the register, the woman told him to ring up a sale, police reports said. He obliged. She left with $298.56, according to police.

Witnesses told Braselton police officers the woman left in a silver Mustang and gave a partial tag number. Police located the vehicle, arrested Clarke and charged her with robbery. Clarke remains in the Jackson County Jail without bond.

Man arrested, charged with trafficking in marijuana

•BRASELTON - A Virginia man was arrested at 2:30 a.m. Sunday and charged with trafficking marijuana and failure to signal a lane change.

A Braselton police officer stopped a car driven by Edgar Keegan Brown, 39, of Norfolk, Va., after he changed lanes without using a turn signal, cutting off a tractor-trailer truck at the same time, police reports said.

The officer noticed the strong odor of burnt marijuana, police reports said. In the car's trunk, the officer found two large bricks of a leafy green substance, according to police reports.

Brown remains in the Jackson County Jail. No bond had been set at press time.

Men throw plates at robber

•LAWRENCEVILLE - Two men told police Sunday that two men tried to rob them inside their Lawrenceville home.

The men were standing in the kitchen of the home on Collins Hill Road when two black men entered the home, one armed with a chrome semi-automatic handgun, a police report said.

The men demanded money and when the residents began throwing plates at them, the armed man shot one of the men in the arm then fled.

The men described their attackers as men in their 20s.

- From staff reports