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The Snellville Police Blotter

Recent criminal activity in Snellville ZIP codes.

The following is a listing of reported  and Gwinnett County Police activity from July 3 - July 9. (Note: Listing is based on reports from www.crimemapping.com for Gwinnett PD and reports submitted directly from Snellville PD and Gwinnett PD. In addition, these reports are not an indication of guilt. All suspects are innocent until proven otherwise.)

Inside the city limits:

July 3: Drug possession reported at the 2500 block of Odum Street and East Main Street.

July 3: Forgery reported at the 2300 block of Wisteria Drive.

July 3: Theft by taking reported at the 3000 block of Hidden Forest Drive.

July 3: Forgery reported at the at the 2300 block of Henry Clower Boulevard.

July 4: Theft by taking reported at the 1900 block of Scenic Highway.

July 4: Theft by shoplifting reported at the at the 1500 block of Scenic Highway.

July 4: A verbal dispute reported at the 2000 block of Deerfield Run.

July 4: Burglary reported at the 1600 block of Summit Place Way.

July 5: Identity fraud reported at the 2700 block of Alamo Place.

July 5: Criminal damage to property reported at the 2000 block of McGee Road.

July 5: Financial transaction fraud reported at the 2700 block of Sterling Creek Point.

July 5: Theft by taking reported at Remax at the 2500 block of Freemont Street.

July 5: Theft by taking reported at the 2300 block of Hidden Lane.

July 6: Theft by shoplifting reported at the Walmart at the 1500 block of Scenic Highway.

July 6: Burglary reported at the 2800 block ofk Oak Meadow Lane.

July 6: Criminal trespass (two separate incidents) reported at the 1500 block of Scenic Highway.

July 6: Possession of marijuana less than ounce reported at the 1900 block of Dogwood Road.

July 7: Identity fraud reported at the 6100 block of Millstone Road, Stone Mountain.

July 6: Financial transaction card forgery reported at at the 1700 block of Scenic Highway.

July 7: Theft by conversion reported at at the 1900 block of Scenic Highway.

July 7: Simple assault reported at the 770 block of Hawthorn Lane, Grayson.

July 7: Idenitity fraud reported at the 2100 block of Kings Gate Circle.

July 7: Arson (third degree) reported at the 2500 block of Swayer Parkway.

July 7: Forgery reported at the 1900 block of Scenic Highway.

July 8: Theft by shoplifting reported at at the 2000 block of Scenic Highway.

July 8: Theft by taking reported at the 2200 block of Pinehurst Road.

July 8: Criminal trespass reported at the 1500 block of Scenic Highway.

July 9: Unruly conduct reported at the 1700 block of Presidential Circle.

July 9: Theft by taking reported at the 1900 block of Stockton Walk Lane.

July 9: Theft by deception reported at the 2000 block of Scenic Highway.

July 9: Theft by taking reported at the 1600 block of Pharrs Road.

July 9: Thet by shoplifting reported at the Walmart at the 2000 block of Scenic Highway.

July 9: Theft by taking reported at the 1700 block of Glenwood Way.

July 9: Criminal trespass reported at the 2500 block of Marigold Road.

Outside of city limits (within two miles):

July 3: Burglary (forced entry) reported at the 3100 block of Sarah Lou Drive.

July 4: Burglary (forced entry) reported at the 4100 block of Percheron Lane.

July 4: DUI arrests reported at the 3400 block of Centerville Highway.

July 4: Financial transaction card fraud reported at the 3600 block of Mansfield Lane.

July 5: Marijuana with the attempt to sale reported at the intersection of Lee Road and Woodgate Hill Trail.

July 7: Entering auto to commit a crime reported at the 2100 block of Highpoint Road.

July 7: Theft of lost or mislaid property reported at the 3800 block of Zoar Church Road.

July 8: Entering auto to commit a crime reported at the 3000 block of Spruce Circle.

July 8: Entering auto to commit a crime reported at the 2100 block of Highpoint Road.

July 8: Other drug offenses reported at the 2100 block of Highpoint Road.

July 8: Theft by taking reported at the 3300 block of Kittery Drive.

Gary Murphy July 16, 2012 at 11:01 AM
SPD your doing a great job on Harbour Oaks. Thanks!

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