Top 10 most popular stories from Feb. 18-24

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Feb. 18-24, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Man steals doughnut truck, leads cops on chase

A Lawrenceville man stole a Krispy Kreme truck from a Dacula gas station, making off with untold quantities of glazed goodness and leading a sheriff's deputy on a high-speed chase across the county.

» Loganville grad's reality TV win is icing on the cake

Ashley Holt earned a $100,000 cash prize, a feature in Redbook magazine and an apprenticeship at host Buddy Valastro's famous New Jersey bakery.

» Supreme Court overturns ruling in case against Suwanee

The city of Suwanee wins a Supreme Court ruling, overturning a jury verdict making the city pay a land owner.

» Missing boater ID'd, search continues

After a weeklong search of Lake Lanier for a missing boater, Georgia Department of Natural Resources rangers have scaled back efforts.

» Cops still actively pursuing student's murder

A Gwinnett County detective testified Friday that another person of interest exists in the murder case of Paul Sampleton Jr., but police are mum this week on further details.

» Harlem Shake video craze hits Gwinnett

Like them or not, the Harlem Shake videos have swept the Internet — and now in Gwinnett County as several local teams have created a version. (Videos inside)

» Public input sought on toll lane extension

More toll lanes could be coming to Gwinnett, but this time a public comment period could actually change the discussion.

» Driver in teen's death indicted, facing 135 years

The driver who allegedly caused the post-prom death of a Meadowcreek High School student was indicted this week and could now be facing more than 100 years in prison.

» Man shot multiple times outside Suwanee home

A Suwanee man was shot several times outside his home Thursday evening, the believed end to some sort of disagreement.

» DA: Police shooting of 15-year-old justified

After more than a year, the district attorney’s office has deemed the fatal police shooting of a young Buford boy justified — but the teen’s grandmother said the case is not over.