Five men in early 20s all charged with Oct. 13 rape of 18-year-old woman inside Buford apartment.
Former police officer William Alejandro Miguel accused of accepting bribes, helping meth trafficking organization in Gwinnett and elsewhere.
Ralph and Raymond Meadows allegedly followed victim from Pendergrass Flea Market to his Suwanee home before robbing him. The brothers were arrested this week in Athens.
Driver hit gas line near intersection of Old Peachtree and Dacula roads.
Man suffered non-life threatening injuries after driving car into garage on Plantation Mill Drive.
The fifth metro Atlanta Cheesecake Factory location will open Tuesday.
Mother was reportedly dropping son off at grandmother’s house on Bowman Terrace when he unknowingly got behind her vehicle.
Dragon Con co-founder was released from the Gwinnett County jail Monday evening after entering a plea on child molestation charges.
Austin “AJ” Zwigart was riding dirt bikes with his cousin last week when he drove into the bank of a creek.
Dragon Con co-founder pleaded guilty Monday to three of six child molestation charges he’s faced for more than 13 years. He was sentenced to 34 months of house arrest.
Police believe Heping Sheng, 61, shot and killed wife Fu Li, 58, inside their Lawrenceville home before turning the gun on himself.
Dragon Con co-founder Ed Kramer was originally arrested on child molestation charges in 2000, avoiding trial for more than 13 years.
Jury selection in child molestation trial of Ed Kramer scheduled to begin Monday.
Festival and parade will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in downtown Buford.
Preliminary data shows Gwinnett unemployment rate was 6.9 percent in October, up from 6.6 percent the month before.
The Better Business Bureau has offered up tips to protect consumers shopping online.
The Pendergrass Flea Market is offering a $5,000 reward for information identifying two black males who robbed the owner of Zone Electronics
Boni Lee Hutchison and Gregory Fossier charged with second-degree child cruelty
Kenerly had argued that the second indictment brought against him should be dismissed because it was filed while the first was still being resolved and the statute of limitations had expired
No injuries were reported in Tuesday morning crash at Thrasher Street and Holcomb Bridge Road
Authorities responded to the scene at 127 Resthaven Drive early Monday afternoon.
Anthony Lumpkin, the man believed to have fired the bullet that killed 15-year-old Nick Jackson, was found guilty on all charges Monday, including four separate counts of murder. Co-defendant Eddie Green was found not guilty of malice murder but convicted on six other charges, including three counts of felony murder.
Since its opening in Gwinnett, troopers from Georgia State Patrol Post 51 have written 13,599 citations. The goal, though, is to improve traffic flow, officials maintain.
Empty Stocking Toy Drive will be held next two Saturdays at Barrow Crossing shopping center.
The Gwinnett County police SWAT team negotitated with a suicidal woman holed up in her Lilburn apartment.
Attorney calls client stupid, questions evidence against him in murder of 15-year-old Norcross High School freshman Nicolas Jackson II
Three adults and a child entered Legacy Jewelery during business hours Tuesday, distracting an employee and making out with $20,000 worth of jewelry
Defendant Anthony Lumpkin told another version of his story for a jury Thursday afternoon. Closing statements are scheduled for Friday morning.
Tomas Sanchez-Jimenez allegedly woke up a female neighbor Tuesday morning by peering through her window and shouting “I love you.”
Defendant Anthony Lumpkin allegedly told his “wifey” that “it may be a long ride” during a jailhouse phone call.
Two Hispanic male suspects are on the lam in a drug deal gone bad at a Lawrenceville subdivision.
Residents on the 6100 block of Cumming Highway were alerted to a fire early Wednesday morning by their smoke alarm
Alfie Meek intends to seek the Republican nomination for District 4, a seat currently held by John Heard
The Barrow County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the believed homicide of a 24-year-old Statham man, found dead inside his home Tuesday morning
Toy Trot will be held on Saturday, Nov. 7 and benefit “Shop With a Cop” program
Testimony of co-defendants Darrez Chandler and Timothy Johnson differed during Friday’s proceedings in case of 15-year-old Nick Jackson’s murder
In Thursday’s opening statements, attorneys for Anthony Lumpkin and Eddie Green attacked the reliability of co-defendants expected to testify.
A man was indicted this week on felony murder, armed robbery and other charges — six years after he allegedly shot and killed a Snellville auto shop owner.
Surveys will be administered by University of Illinois at Chicago as part of nationwide initiative.
Anthony Lumpkin, Michael Earl Davis and Eddie Lewis Green are all on trial for murder of 15-year-old Nick Jackson. Jury selection began Tuesday and is likely to continue into Thursday afternoon
Diara Hood, Tyler Estrada and Jovian Lanus have all been charged in July 29 murder and robbery of Steven Carden and a friend.
Two men allegedly stormed into home on Madison Chase Drive on evening of Nov. 6, robbing and assaulting an elderly woman.
Snellville police originally called to Crestwood Suites hotel for burglary. Ben Kline, 34, facing multiple felonies.
Chairwoman Charlotte Nash said Gwinnett was not approached by Atlanta Braves during their pursuit of a new home. Reviews are mixed about the big league team’s new Cobb County location.
Hyunmi Lim, 38, was arrested Monday and charged with vehicular homicide, failure to yield and other traffic citations. Police believe she made an improper left turn on Oct. 10, triggering the crash that killed her 3-year-old daughter.
District Attorney Danny Porter said he is considering pursuing the death penalty against Eman and Tiffany Moss, accused of starving their 10-year-old daughter to death.
Ohave Whitfield is accused of shooting and killing 53-year-old Alicia Johnson and injuring her daughter, 31-year-old Dana Johnson, at a home on Crystal Lake Drive Sunday evening. Authorities believe Whitfield could be headed to Louisiana.
Servant’s Heart Award honors children age 12 to 18 who serve their community through volunteerism
GCPD has requested to use Facebook and Twitter to communicate with residents, but the county won’t permit it. A recent survey showed that as much as 74 percent of the countries law enforcement agencies use social media in such a fashion
Unidentified Barrow examiner reportedly offered kisses in exchange for passing grades on school bus driver exams