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A Grayson man died in a single car accident on Bennett Road Tuesday night, according to Gwinnett County police.

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The Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office announced it is looking for these six individuals as part of this week's "Wanted In Gwinnett."

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Police in Johns Creek are investigating after someone vandalized a Vietnam Veterans Memorial sometime during this past weekend, and city officials said it could take thousands of dollars to make the appropriate repairs.

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The solicitor's office said Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Lou Solis had deputies arrest Tyree Pittman, who goes by the name Young Chop, on a probation violation charge Thursday.

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A Duluth man whose job at a medical device packaging company was terminated in early March allegedly caused a delay in the shipping of equipment needed to protect medical providers during the COVID-19 coronavirus disease outbreak by gaining access to his former employer's computer network and altering records, according to federal officials.

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Cobb authorities are prosecuting a man for falsely claiming he had the new coronavirus while being booked into the county jail on unrelated obstruction and battery charges, records show.

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Someone was connected to a new quarantine companion through the Duluth Police Department. The police department temporarily named the dog, "Covid."

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A club of metro Atlanta entrepreneurs showed respect and admiration to local law enforcement’s role in the fight against COVID-19 by donating personal protective equipment to the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office for their use as well as the use of healthcare agencies.

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Gwinnett County police have charged a 20-year-old driver with vehicular homicide after her Honda Accord collided with and killed the driver of a motorcycle at the intersection of Collins Hill Road and Russell Road in Lawrenceville.

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