Top 10 most popular stories from July 22-28

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of July 22-28, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» George Zimmerman rescues family from overturned vehicle

George Zimmerman, who was acquitted earlier this month of murder in the death of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, helped rescue a family from an overturned vehicle in Florida last week.

» Autopsy: Tumor cause of football player's death

An Apalachee High School football player died unexpectedly at his dad’s Gwinnett home last week.

» Teens rescued after fall on Stone Mountain; one critical

Two teen boys had to be rescued and hospitalized Tuesday after falling while exploring a restricted area of Stone Mountain.

» Debated license plate readers used throughout county

The conversation about license plate readers — automated cameras that take and store images of passing vehicles’ tags, abbreviated as LPRs — has been put into overdrive.

» In six months, 370 requests and grievances filed by Kramer

Ed Kramer, co-founder of Dragon*Con, has averaged two filings per day during most recent stay at Gwinnett County jail.

» Dacula couple charged with forging prescriptions

A Kroger pharmacy employee in Dacula alerted police to a couple they later learned has allegedly forged at least 16 prescriptions.

» Buford home donated to soldier

Army Sgt. Michael Vanscoy and his family saw their new home for the first time Wednesday afternoon: a mortgage-free donation by Wells Fargo and part of Operation Homefront.

» Hometown 'Idol' star Diana DeGarmo's wedding photos

Snellville native Diana DeGarmo, who rose to fame in 2004 as the runner-up of the third season of American Idol, recently got married to another Idol alum, Ace Young.

» For now, DUI charges dismissed in fatal pedestrian crash

DUI charges have been dismissed against the Lilburn driver accused of killing a mother and daughter walking along Lawrenceville Highway.

» Man accused of taking 'upskirt' photo at grocery store

Authorities believe Nicholas McGhie went to a grocery store on Centerville Highway with something more sinister than potato chips on his mind.