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Top 10 most popular stories from April 29-May 5

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of April 29-May 5, 2013 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Supreme Court accepts Gwinnett attorney's surrender of license

The Georgia Supreme Court accepted a voluntary surrender of license from a Lawrenceville attorney who reportedly admitted to accepting payment for services he never rendered.

» Former employee charged with joyriding in rental cars

Man arrested late last week in Gwinnett and charged with eight counts of theft by taking and one apiece of loitering, marijuana possession and possession of tools for the commission of a crime.

» 11 local schools top state's writing test list

Nearly a dozen Gwinnett County Public Schools recently made the state's list of 25 top performing middle schools on the eighth grade writing test.

» Testimony: Murder suspect had victim's car, jewelry, laptop

Sixty-four-year-old Parviz Moledina was likely murdered a few days before authorities found her dead inside her Lawrenceville home, a Gwinnett County police detective testified Friday.

» Fake ID ring busted by ICE, GBI

At least four local men are believed connected to an alleged ring manufacturing and distributing fake identification documents for illegal immigrants.

» Falcons encircle innovation with stadium plans

A proposed new stadium in Atlanta might be a destination venue no matter the success of the on-field product.

» Alleged peeping toms fall through movie theater ceiling

Two men allegedly spent nearly an hour in the ceiling of a Duluth movie theater, looking down on a women's restroom before they came crashing through the tiles.

» Domestic dispute leads to alleged arson

A Lawrenceville man was arrested and charged with arson following a domestic dispute with his wife on Wednesday morning.

» Suspicious van has Gwinnett parents on high alert

A pair of incidents involving a suspicious van have parents in northern Gwinnett on high alert.

» Concerned neighbor leads cops to pot, meth, coke

A neighbor’s concern over shouting in a nearby apartment reportedly led police to hundreds of grams of marijuana, cocaine and methamphetamine.