Residents spot nude man in subdivision

SUWANEE - On two separate occasions, residents of a Suwanee subdivision said they've seen a man drive into the neighborhood and walk around nude.

According to a police report, the white man was seen Nov. 13 getting out of a vehicle parked near the club house inside the Chattahoochee Run subdivision.

The blond-haired man believed to be in his 20s was seen again in the same area by another resident on Dec. 16.

Both times, the naked man exited a dark colored car, proceeded to the trunk, then returned to the car and left.

Tires stolen while driver shopped

LAWRENCEVILLE - The tires from a car parked outside Discover Mills mall were stolen while the driver shopped Saturday, according to a police report.

The driver said she borrowed her nephew's Pontiac Grand Am to go to the mall, parked the car outside Burlington Coat Factory on Sugarloaf Parkway and when she returned, she noticed the two rear tires missing.

The car had to be towed from the lot.

Man charged with stealing from Norcross apartment

NORCROSS - A homeless man was arrested Sunday after security guards allegedly caught him stealing from a Norcross apartment.

According to a police report, security at the Bradford Gwinnett Apartments on Beaver Springs Lane saw James Dillard Bond, 21, walking out of a vacant apartment with a TV, clothing and other items.

A trespassing warning had previously been issued to keep Bond off the property, the report said.

Bond was charged with burglary and criminal trespassing. He remains at the Gwinnett County Detention Center without bond.

Men break into woman's home, steal her purse when she interrupts break-in

LAWRENCEVILLE - A Lawrenceville woman's purse was stolen Sunday as she returned to her home on Park Creek Circle, a police report said.

The woman was walking through her backyard when she was thrown to the ground by a black man and her purse ripped from her. The man reportedly fled on foot with another man.

A window to her home was also broken and a number of items, including two computers and $6,000, were missing from inside.