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Top 10 most popular stories from April 8-14

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of April 8 to July 14, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Police: Home Depot supervisor steals $2,000 worth of merchandise

A Decatur woman, a supervisor at a Home Depot store in Snellville, allegedly stole more than $2,000 in merchandise from the store, including a ceiling fan, weed eaters and a pressure washer.

» Domestic dispute leads cops to 87 marijuana plants

A domestic dispute brought Snellville Police officers to a home on Mornington Lane where they found a significant marijuana operation.

» Gwinnett Arena drops Ticketmaster

The Gwinnett Center is transitioning over to AXS Ticketing, which has user-friendly features when purchasing tickets.

» 98 suspects targeted in child porn investigation

Gwinnett County Police officers were involved in a three-month investigation of child porn crimes. Search warrants were executed on Wednesday in 37 Georgia counties.

» Duluth school caught in federal immigration sting

The leader of a Duluth school for immigrants is alleged to have used his institution to bring illegal aliens into the country and issue them fraudulent student visas -- all the while knowing more than half would simply go to work, some as prostitutes.

» SWAT team, task force raids heroin, cocaine house

Members of the Gwinnett Metro Task Force hit a house on Ezzard Street in Lawrenceville on Thursday and arrested five people on drug charges in a house that had heroin, cocaine, marijuana and stolen guns.

» Firefighters rescued, suspect dead in standoff

One man is dead and a Gwinnett police officer and four firefighters are wounded after the SWAT team ended a hostage situation in Suwanee on Wednesday evening.

» Firefighters, officer recovering from planned attack

The bravery of the five firefighters was lauded in a press conference on the Wednesday’s events, which left one police officer shot and one man dead.

» Hostage taker was solitary man with unclear motives

Neighbors say they didn't know much about Lauren Holman Brown, the man who held five firefighters hostage on Wednesday. Not even his last name.

» Reese Witherspoon films at local eatery

Athens Kouzzina in Sugarloaf Mills Mall was used to film a scene for the actress' future flick, "The Good Lie."