Top 10 most popular stories from Jan. 20-26

Below are the top 10 most viewed stories during the week of Jan. 20-26, 2014 on the Gwinnett Daily Post website. Click on the link to see what you may have missed.

» Lawrenceville mom wary after son nearly snatched from driveway

Seven-year-old playing basketball in Brooks Crossing subdivision told parents, police that man got out of a black truck and ran up the driveway to “get” him.

» Victims not saying much in shooting, assault at Lawrenceville apartment

One man was shot in the “lower chest area” and another pistol-whipped during some type of altercation at 816 N. Clayton St. Sunday.

» Daughter's killer now convicted, Lawrenceville family begins healing process

Darien Joseph Meheux, 19, was convicted Friday in the 2012 strangling death of Jasmine Benjamin, a former classmate at Central Gwinnett High School.

» Woman killed in Lawrenceville wreck ID'd

A wreck killed one person and injured three others Tuesday when a car and a van collided on Cruse Road just south of Club Drive around 7 a.m.

» Cops trying to return tombstone to proper grave

Tombstone bearing the name “Irene Stark” and dates “1899-1991” found inside Suwanee rental home.

» Second child abduction attempt reported to police

A week after the original incident, an 11-year-old boy was reportedly headed home from his bus stop in Dacula when he said a man tried to grab him.

» Cops: Driver intentionally caused fatal seven-car wreck, charged with murder

Jacob Nicholson charged with murder, 10 counts of aggravated assault in Jan. 16 crash at Singleton Road and Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

» Cheesecake Factory at Mall of Georgia fails health inspection

Restaurant, which opened on Dec. 10, received a 50 on inspection carried out Wednesday.

» Buford man claims lotto prize

Barber Forrest claimed more than half-a-million dollars with a winning Fantasy 5 ticket.

» Mayor Kautz takes council to court in Snellville fracas

Mayor Kelly Kautz filed suit against the members of the Snellville City Council Friday, attempting to win her way in a dispute over the city manager and city clerk.