As of Sunday, February 3, 2013
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Gwinnett County police arrested two men accused of pilfering 10 pallets of frozen chicken wings from a local cold storage facility, a haul with an estimated value exceeding $65,000.
A Lilburn man was arrested on Sunday afternoon and charged in the death of a young man after allegedly shooting at a carload of people that turned into his driveway by mistake.
Authorities believe a Lilburn man was murdered by his son while visiting his North Carolina home.
A 4-year-old Norcross boy had to call for help himself after his parents allegedly left him alone in their apartment for more than 12 hours.
An attorney for the murder suspect says his client felt he was in danger when a carload of people pulled into his driveway on Saturday night.
A Gwinnett Fire SUV was involved in a crash in Norcross. Gwinnett Police said the driver of the vehicle who hit the GCFD vehicle fled and was not immediately in custody.
A New Jersey resident is appealing a decision to allow an out-of-state expert to testify about a breathalyzer used in his arrest.
Phillip Sailors -- the Lilburn man charged with killing a lost 22-year-old turning around in his driveway -- was released from the Gwinnett County jail Wednesday afternoon.
A corrections work detail recently found a well-decomposed body on the side of Interstate 85 -- now Gwinnett police are trying to figure out who hit the victim with their car.
For owner, building Duluth's 'Haunted Mansion' was a dream realized, and selling is bittersweet.