Top 10 most popular stories for Oct. 22-28

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Oct. 22-28, 2012 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

Buford football must forfeit two victories

A clerical error has cost the Buford football program two victories, the Georgia High School Association announced last week.

Cops: Lawrenceville homicide was self defense

Police now believe last week's shooting death of 22-year-old Rashad Jones was the result of self defense.

FACT CHECK: Missteps in final presidential debate

The Associated Press takes a look at political claims that take shortcuts with the facts or don't tell the full story.

Woman forged more than $100K in checks

A former employee of a Lawrenceville law firm is accused of forging nearly 100 checks and paying herself more than $100,000.

3 arrested in brawl at Suwanee Walmart

A tussle in the check-out line of a Suwanee Walmart led to the arrests of two women and a man on charges of public fighting.

'Skimmer' found on ATM near Mall of Ga.

Investigators have charged a Flowery Branch man with bilking bank customers by way of a skimming device on an ATM machine near the Mall of Georgia.

Judge tosses out complaint against GCPS

A judge tossed a complaint against school officials that alleged they were campaigning against a constitutional amendment on the taxpayer's dime.

Peachtree Ridge grad arrested with LSU's Honey Badger

Former LSU football standouts Tyrann Mathieu and Jordan Jefferson were among four ex-players arrested Thursday after police found them with marijuana at Mathieu's apartment, police said. The group also included former Peachtree Ridge star Derrick Bryant.

Central stuns Parkview in triple overtime

The Black Knights got a pair of big special teams plays in the extra sessions, for a shocking 30-27 upset of Parkview, the Region 8-AAAAAA leader and the seventh-ranked team in Class AAAAAA.

R and B singer hit and killed by car in Gwinnett

A pedestrian was struck at about 10:30 p.m. Friday on U.S. Highway 29 near Lawrenceville.