Tyler Estep

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Lawrenceville murder suspect on the loose, armed and dangerous

On Tuesday, Lawrenceville police identified 21-year-old Anthony Meguil Luis Banks as a suspect in the Oct. 10 shooting outside the Tailgators Sports Bar and Grill.

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Suwanee woman helps capture her alleged sexual assailant

Syed Momin Ali, 23, was arrested Wednesday afternoon, just hours after allegedly putting his hand down the pants of an unsuspecting Suwanee woman.

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Family: Man who killed mother failed by mental health system

Clayton Kirk, 26, has been charged with the murder of his mother. He is diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.

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Teen murder victim was JROTC member, expectant father

Andre Mclean, 19, and his 13-year-old sister were shot and killed Tuesday in Peachtree Corners. Police believe their uncle shot them and two other family members before turning the gun on himself.

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Two teens among 3 dead in Peachtree Corners shooting, 2 others injured

Gwinnett County police are investigating a double homicide at 6505 Bannor Lane in Peachtree Corners.

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Nurse accused of arranging sexual encounters with Gwinnett jail inmate

Cheryl Lynn Bates, 44, was arrested Friday and charged with sexual assault of an individual in custody.

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Pepper spraying shoplifter ID’d, not in custody

Duluth police believe Kahala Johnson pepper sprayed an employee at a Duluth Walmart store last week.

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Man shot, killed outside Lawrenceville sports bar

Terrence Danta Robinson, 37, was killed Friday outside Tailgators Sports Bar and Grill on Hurricane Shoals Road.

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Men in vests, hard hats rob Barrow County jewelry store

The Barrow County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two black males in connection with the Tuesday morning robbery at Bethlehem’s Kay Jewelers store.

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Fire department dishes out smoke alarms at local mobile home park

The Gwinnett County fire department has given out 3,100 free smoke alarms this year.

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