Authorities: Gwinnett County inmates paid of victim of armed robbery
Michael Davis and Reco West are the final of seven men to be tried for the Feb. 2012 murder of 15-year-old Nick Jackson.
Hitachi Power Tools announced this week that it would open a Jackson County warehouse by late fall.
Lilburn native Stephen McDaniel is accused of killing and dismembering 27-year-old Lauren Giddings in Macon in 2011. He will now be tried in Henry County.
The Georgia Court of Appeals released a 4-3 decision Wednesday confirming previous judgment denying Snellville Mayor Kelly Kautz the power to fire the city attorney.
Nazmul Maksud Murad, 43, has been charged with 1989 assassination attempt of Sheikh Hasina, who is now Bangladesh’s prime minister.
Lamar Isiodre, a 28-year-old tied to the murder of a Houston County man, showed up at Gwinnett Medical Center-Duluth last week.
Bruce, a 10- to 12-year-old pit bull mix, was found earlier this month.
Gwinnett County police spokesman Cpl. Edwin Ritter said the 16-year-old male student was walking on Five Forks-Trickum Road near Cole Drive before school Tuesday when he was struck by a vehicle. The scene was not far from his school.
Man killed while attempting to cross Singleton Road near Norcross on Saturday night. Police believe alcohol was involved but have not been able to identify the victim.
All but seven of Gwinnett County Public Schools’ 21 high schools will graduate at the Arena at Gwinnett Center between May 19 and 26.
Councilman Mike Sullivan received a statewide leadership award
Avery Grimes and Wayne Knighton were burned in fire last week at their home on Daniel Lane.
Sgt. Matthew Sullivan was driving down the interstate March 6 when he saw flames erupt from a pickup truck. He helped save the driver’s life.
Attorney Benjamin Von Schuch hopes to receive monetary damages after a 2012 incident in which he says he was unlawfully detained.
Gwinnett County police arrested Leslie Ayo Thursday in connection with a November incident that resulted in a puppy’s death.
On March 5, fire ravaged Gwinnett’s Adopt a Greyhound Atlanta, which has saved former racing dogs for more than 30 years.
The Duluth Police Department held its annual award luncheon on Wednesday. For the last five years, the banquet has been dependent on donations from the community.
Abused dog, likely some type of lab-pit bull mix, wandered into Lilburn pharmacy alone last week.
Frederic Cooper, 74, died Tuesday from injuries sustained during a Feb. 28 attack at a McDonald’s on Indian Trail-Lilburn Road.
Norcross police believe Wesley Lamance Allen, 28, is the man who pried open approximately 50 mailboxes at the Los Colinas Apartments on Brook Hollow Parkway.
Dacula city councilman Greg Reeves was arrested Friday on charges stemming from his alleged misuse of city-issued credit cards.
Kelsie Lee was found walking along a road at about 11 p.m., 14 hours after she was reported missing in Peachtree Corners.
A 12-year-old girl has been reported missing from the Peachtree Corners area.
The White Oak Wellness and Environmental Expo will be held on Saturday, March 29 and benefit the outdoor classroom at Sugar Hill’s White Oak Elementary.
Performers of all types visited Coolray Field Saturday to audition from 30 to 50 open slots.
Incident began at about 11 p.m. Friday on Rolling Creek Drive in Buford and was resolved peacefully.
Joshua Jamaal Starks was originally arrested on murder charges. He’s now one of three men indicted on charges related to attempts to bring cocaine into the jail.
Greg Reeves arrested Friday afternoon as part of investigation lead by Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Gwinnett County District Attorney Danny Porter
Red tape, “several” software problems have delayed the Gwinnett Police Department’s efforts to implement an electronic citation system.
Elizabeth Calvo and Adam Garber indicted on two counts of felony murder and single counts of aggravated battery and first-degree cruelty to children.
Blaze broke out at about 10:35 a.m. on the 1400 block of Daniel Lane
Six dogs being housed at the Adopt A Greyhound facility off Annistown Road were unharmed during a Wednesday afternoon fire.
Four residents at 802 Deidre Marie Court allegedly accosted their landlord Monday after sheriff’s deputies served an eviction.
Norcross man allegedly told police he threw family pet because it “made a mess.”
Norcross police believe a man caught on surveillance cameras forced open approximately 50 mailboxes at the Los Colinas Apartments on Brook Hollow Parkway.
Philip Pugh, arrested Monday in Mississippi, may have targeted Vincent Newsome as one of the men who allegedly drugged and raped his wife.
Maj. Jim Fullington, who was named in the initial investigation into fitness testing cheating at the Winder Police Department, is the current interim chief.
Four crew members received letters of commendation for their roles in a Feb. 3 call involving an injured child.
Snellville Neighborhood Alert Program was started by resident Tricia Rawlins.
Gwinnett County District Attorney Danny Porter said Thursday that his office’s investigation into former Lilburn police Investigator Kim Banks was complete, but that a decision on whether to file criminal charges may take a few more weeks.
Fire believed to have originated in living room of home on 2300 block of Morning Glory Lane before spreading to three neighboring houses.
Police believe a drive-by shooting over $20 was the impetus for Jan. 27 incident that left Kevin Dawoyea dead.
Benjamin Fuller charged with theft by taking after allegedly stealing two full pallets of supplement from Norcross-based Private Label Nutraceuticals.
The incident involved a white male driving an older, full-sized red pickup truck with some rust reportedly attempting to coax a 13-year-old into his vehicle.
A 10-year-old special needs child ran away from Lilburn’s Minor Elementary School last week after being bullied at recess.
Sheriff’s office budget approved this year near $73.4 million.
Gwinnett sheriff’s department has 43 openings; Gwinnett police department losing officers to other departments.
Time capsule commemorating city’s first 75 years will be placed under a stairwell at City Hall during event on March 23.
Investigator Kim Banks resigned from the Lilburn Police Department on Feb. 10. An internal investigation revealed that she tampered with and stole prescription drug evidence.