Police, fire reports

Half-naked man cries robbery

DULUTH - Police arrested a Duluth man for passing out pantless near his Duluth extended stay residence last week.

Police found the 37 year old rummaging through the trunk of his car at the Intown Suites on Satellite Boulevard, naked from the waist down. He initially told police someone robbed him, according to a Gwinnett police report.

Hotel management told police the man had passed out on the sidewalk. Police found his wallet and cash inside the hotel room, in addition to an empty bottle of wine. Responding officers determined the man was intoxicated, the report says.

He was arrested for disorderly conduct.

Airport unfazed by small fire

LAWRENCEVILLE - A small electrical fire Sunday morning at Landmark Aviation did little to disrupt business, officials said.

An electrical panel box caught fire outside an office of the 850 Airport Road business about 6:15 a.m. Firefighters found light smoke and called off all backup units.

"Operations at the airport were not interrupted," Gwinnett County Fire Department spokesman Capt. Thomas Rutledge said.

No injuries were reported, Rutledge said.

Man arrested for selling bootleg CDs, DVDs out of car

LAWRENCEVILLE - A Lawrenceville man was arrested Saturday for allegedly selling more than 2,000 reproduced CDs and DVDs - a felony - out of his SUV.

The 29-year-old black man was arrested at 140 Hurricane Shoals Road for having approximately 2,074 bootleg CDs and DVDs in plain view in his white 2003 Lincoln Navigator, according to the arrest warrant.

He was released on $3,000 bond and is ordered to appear in court April 2.

Trio robs, pepper sprays man getting mail at apartment complex

NORCROSS - A man retrieving his mail was reportedly robbed of $300 and pepper sprayed by three men at the Concepts 21 apartment complex.

The man told police he went outside to get his mail when two black men and a white man approached him suspiciously.

The white man grabbed the man from behind, held his forehead and pepper sprayed him. Meanwhile, one of the black men brandished a silver semiautomatic handgun and told him to "shut up" and give up his wallet. The man gave the trio his wallet - containing $300 in cash - and his cellular phone, according to the police report.

The men were described as young - around 20 to 25 years old - with tall, skinny builds.

An attending paramedic told police he saw three men fitting the description running into a neighboring apartment complex while en route to the scene.