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Weekly Suwanee police reports

-- Stephen Chase Hertzler was charged on Aug. 28 with battery and affray.

-- Ahban Josiah Hanken was charged on Aug. 28 with improper lane change or failure to maintain lane and DUI.

-- Travis Devin Greer was charged on Aug. 28 with possession of marijuana of less than one ounce.

-- Edilberto Gurrouo Vargas was charged on Aug. 28 with criminal trespass.

-- Nevida Paez was charged on Aug. 27 with failure to obey traffic control, tail lights not in working order, driving while unlicensed, seatbelt violation and was held for immigration.

-- Brian Keith Neal was charged on Aug. 27 with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and making terroristic acts or threats.

-- Starlette Sheree Ingram was charged on Aug. 27 with failure to appear and violation of probation.

-- On Aug. 27, an employee from Sims Oil reported a theft of a 12-pack of Natural Ice beer out of the beer cooler.

-- Thaddeus Oliver was charged on Aug. 26 with second degree criminal damage to property.

-- Tyler Joseph Blackmon was charged on Aug. 26 with open container.

-- Aric Hugh Black was charged on Aug. 26 with simple battery.

-- William Henry Hardee was charged on Aug. 25 with driving while license was suspended.

-- Joanne Elizabeth Clancy was charged on Aug. 25 with failure to stop at an accident with damage, and DUI.

-- Nakia Jalrisha Thurmond was charged on Aug. 24 with violation of probation.

-- Heather Janine Rahming was charged on Aug. 24 with an expired tag and driving without a license.

-- Ulises Pena-Mungia was charged on Aug. 24 with an expired tag and driving with out a license.

-- On Aug. 24, employees from a Game Stop location at 3255 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road reported three items were stolen that totaled $69.97.

-- Chad Irwin Corbin was charged on Aug. 23 with simple battery.

-- On Aug. 21, a manager of the Wild Wing Cafe at 3265 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road reported a theft of services when five black males allegedly jumped over the patio fence and ran down Satellite Boulevard. The suspects had eaten five wing meals with drinks and had just been handed the bills. The total cost of the meals was $61.03.

-- On Aug. 21, a forgery was reported using bank starter checks that totaled $5,200.-- From staff reports