Top 10 most popular stories from Jan. 21-27

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Jan. 21-27, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» DragonCon co-founder booked into Gwinnett jail

Jail records show DragonCon co-founder Ed Kramer was booked into the Gwinnett County Detention Center and will soon face trial following his extradition from Connecticut.

» Mall of Georgia to open 3 new stores this year

Officials announced that three new stores are slated to open this year in Buford's Mall of Georgia.

» Founder of iconic Chevy dealer dies

Maxie Price Sr., the energetic car dealer often seen in humorous commercials alongside characters who wondered "Where's Loganville?", died last week.

» Boy threatens to kill classmates with knife

A Gwinnett woman is considering pulling her son out of school after a boy who police say threatened to kill him has been allowed back on campus.

» Gwinnett sheriff posts statement supporting gun rights

Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway has released a statement in support of gun owners in response to "the many emails received."

» Police: Alleged drunk driver causes 15 crashes, 1 fatal

Gwinnett Police responded to a fatal accident in Snellville on Wednesday that began as a series of hit-and-run accidents in Dekalb and Gwinnett.

» Suwanee welcomes another restaurant

A sports grill is coming to the ever-changing Suwanee restaurant scene. The owner of Friends Sports Grill has announced his third location will be near Town Center Park.

» Attorney: Father of slain boy to admit role in cocaine enterprise

Nick Jackson's attorney said a deal has been reached with federal prosecutors, and other charges of drug trafficking and money laundering may be dismissed.

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

Gwinnett County police arrested this week 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.

» Son suspects bar overserved father before hit-and-run spree

Gwinnett Police released more details related to the Wednesday night series of hit-and-run crashes caused by Michael Owen Snider of Stone Mountain.