Headlights stolen from man's car

n NORCROSS - A Norcross man said someone stole the headlights from his vehicle Thursday night while he slept.

According to a police report, the man woke to the alarm on his Nissan Maxima sounding from outside his home on Pepperwood Trail. When he went to investigate he saw the car's lights were missing.

Police suggested the man park his car in his garage from now on.

The lights were worth approximately $2,000.

Lawrenceville Wachovia robbed by armed, masked man

n LAWRENCEVILLE - The Wachovia bank on Lawrenceville Highway was robbed Wednesday morning by an armed, masked man, according to a police report.

A bank teller said a black man walked into the bank about 11 a.m. pointing a gun and demanding money from all the tellers.

The man jumped the main desk and demanded one teller take him to the safe.

A teller told police the man was receiving reports from a lookout over a radio in his pocket.

The man fled with an undisclosed amount of money.

Student to be disciplined for making destructive threat

n LAWRENCEVILLE - A seventh-grade student at Richards Middle School faces disciplinary action after he reportedly said he was going to blow up the school.

The 13-year-old made the comment Aug. 23 in a classroom, where it was overheard by a teacher who reported it to school administrators, school district officials said.

"School officials handled the incident appropriately and determined that there was no truth to the student's comment," said Jorge Quintana, a district spokesman. "That being the case, the school was not placed under lockdown or evacuated."

Eighth-grader charged after making verbal threat

n LILBURN - An eighth-grade student at Lilburn Middle School reportedly threatened to "put a bullet in the head" of another student.

The 14-year-old made the comment Aug. 24 to the other student while standing in a hallway, school district officials said. No weapons were found on the boy, who faces charges of terroristic threats and disciplinary action.

Boy threatens student with knife

n LAWRENCEVILLE - A sixth-grade student who was in in-school suspension at Richards Middle School reportedly threatened another student with a knife.

The 12-year-old boy had a 2-inch pocket knife, but the alleged threat was not substantiated, said Jorge Quintana, a district spokesman.

School police seized the knife, a report states.