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The Snellville Police Blotter

A weekly look at police activity in Snellville ZIP codes.

The following is a listing of reported  and Gwinnett County Police activity from May 8 - May 14 . (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 proven guilt. All suspects are innocent until proven otherwise.)

Inside the city limits:

May 8: Burglary reported at the 3000 block of Sonya Lane.

May 8: Aggravated assault reported at the 800 block of Winding Down Way, Grayson.

May 9: Noisy and unruly conduct reported at the 2800 block of Williams Place.

May 9: Theft by conversion reported at the 3100 block of Industrial Way.

May 9: Burglary reported at Virtual Properties Realty at the 1900 block of Englewood Way.

May 9: Theft by taking reported at the 2000 block of McGee Road.

May 9: Theft by shoplifting reported at at the 2000 block of Scenic Highway.

May 9: Possession of marijuana less than an ounce reported at the 2500 block of Snell Drive.

May 9: Possession of marijuana less than an ounce reported at the 2000 block Scenic Highway.

May 10: Identity fraud reported at the 2700 block of Hickory Smoke Court.

May 10: Simple battery reported at the 1700 block of Medical Way.

May 11: Public drunkenness reported at the 1900 block of Scenic Highway.

May 11: Threatening others reported at the 1500 block of Scenic Highway.

May 11: Criminal trespass reported at at the 1700 block of Presidential Circle.

May 11: Public drunkenness reported at the 2000 block of Collinswood Drive.

May 11: Criminal trespass reported at the 2000 block of Scenic Highway.

May 12: Theft of mislaid or lost property reported at the 2300 block of Scenic Highway.

May 12: Possession of marijuana less than an ounce reported at the 2500 block of Sawyer Parkway.

May 13: Criminal damage to property (second degree) reported at the 2600 block of Church Street.

May 14: Theft by conversion reported at the intersection of Winding Down Way and Hawthorn Lane, Grayson.

May 14: Drug-related objects reported at the 2200 block of East Main Street.

May 14: Burglary reported at the 1500 block of Summit Point.

May 14: Battery/family violence (first offense) reported at the 1700 block of Medical Way.

May 14: Burglary reported at the 2700 block of Kingstream Drive.

Outside the city limits (two-mile radius):

May 8: Fraud reported at the 4000 block of Laurel Bend Court.

May 8: Theft by shoplifting reported at the 3500 block of Centerville Highway.

May 8: Simple assault reported at the 4100 block of Medlock Woods Drive.

May 8: Motor vehicle theft reported at the 3400 block of Imperial Hill Drive.

May 9: Simple battery reported at the 4000 block of Camaron Way.

May 9: Battery reported at the 4000 block of Anderson-Livsey Lane.

May 10: Burglary (non-forced, residential) reported at the 4300 block of Constellation Boulevard.

May 10: Simple battery reported at the 3800 block of Laurel Brook Lane.

May 10: Marijuana possession less than an ounce reported at the intersection of Pinehurst Road and Pinella Drive.

May 11: Theft by taking reported at the 3600 block of Centerville Highway.

May 12: Criminal attempt (other thefts) reported at the 4200 block of Parks Ridge Drive.

May 12: Theft by shoplifting reported at the 3400 block of Centerville Highway.

Ron Bybee May 18, 2012 at 01:14 PM
The speed limit is 25 mph on Springdale Drive. When driving faster then the posted speed limit you are endangering everyones safety. If you hit someone and injured or kill this person, tthis accident will stay with you the rest of your life. Cars, School Buses and Trash Trucks use our street as a speedway to make up for lost time. How much time does an accident cost? Think about it!
Gina May 18, 2012 at 09:33 PM
That is so true! I see speedders on Skyland and Williams Pl daily. Drivers are on my bumper and it makes me furious! As for the school bus drivers, aren't they required to drive the speed limit anyway?
Nick May 19, 2012 at 07:10 AM
Whatever the original intent was on widening Hwy. 124, it seems in practice, all it did was open it up to truck traffic coming off of I-20 going to I-85 without having to go thru Downtown Atlanta to do it. I moved there in '97 when it was still a two-lane and a GREAT DEAL less traffic. Another flipside of the idiom "If you build it, they will come."

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