As of Sunday, January 26, 2014
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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.
One man was shot in the “lower chest area” and another pistol-whipped during some type of altercation at 816 N. Clayton St. Sunday.
Darien Joseph Meheux, 19, was convicted Friday in the 2012 strangling death of Jasmine Benjamin, a former classmate at Central Gwinnett High School.
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.
Tombstone bearing the name “Irene Stark” and dates “1899-1991” found inside Suwanee rental home.
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.
Jacob Nicholson charged with murder, 10 counts of aggravated assault in Jan. 16 crash at Singleton Road and Jimmy Carter Boulevard.
Restaurant, which opened on Dec. 10, received a 50 on inspection carried out Wednesday.
Barber Forrest claimed more than half-a-million dollars with a winning Fantasy 5 ticket.
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.