Top 10 most popular stories from Jan. 28-Feb. 3

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Jan. 28-Feb. 3, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Employees stole more than $65K worth of chicken wings

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.

» Cops: Man shoots at carload of people, kills 1

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.

» Cops: Lilburn man killed by son in NC

Authorities believe a Lilburn man was murdered by his son while visiting his North Carolina home.

» 4-year-old left home alone, called for help

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.

» Attorney: Driveway murder suspect assumed he was in danger

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.

» Motorist hits Gwinnett fire truck, flees

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.

» Man taking Gwinnett DUI arrest to Ga. Supreme Court

A New Jersey resident is appealing a decision to allow an out-of-state expert to testify about a breathalyzer used in his arrest.

» Driveway murder suspect released on bond

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.

» Body found on side of I-85; GCPD looking for driver

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.

» Disney nut bids adieu to unique home

For owner, building Duluth's 'Haunted Mansion' was a dream realized, and selling is bittersweet.