Wednesday, April 2, 2008
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Doraville residents complain of peeping Tom
DORAVILLE - An alleged peeping Tom is rattling a few homeowners in the Oak Hurst subdivision in Doraville.
One homeowner told police he was outside smoking a cigarette when he noticed the short Hispanic man crouching in the bushes in front of his house. When the homeowner yelled at the man and began to walk toward him, the man took off running through the backyard and jumped a fence, according to a police report.
The homeowner told police this is the second time the man has been at his house; the first time he caught the man looking into the side window of his residence.
In addition, neighbors of the homeowner told police they have found chairs from their porches positioned under their windows, the report states.
The man is described as having black, wavy hair past the ears. He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and blue work jeans.
Employee tells police co-worker threatened him
NORCROSS - A Norcross man told police a co-worker wants to kill him because he's getting more overtime hours.
The men work at an office on Sunrise Village Lane. The victim told police Saturday he complained about the threats to his boss, who fired the angry man.
The victim told police he fears for his life.