Saturday, May 4, 2013
Inside the Police Reports: Another vehicle and other items also were taken during the burglary, but those items were not found.
A number of vehicles were allegedly stolen from in late April. Because of a concerned citizen calling about an illegally parked car, one of its stolen vehicles was recovered. According to the Gwinnett County Police report, the burglary occurred at Premier Autobody & Collision at 3465 Stone Mountain Highway. When the owners arrived one Thursday morning, they noticed one of the shop's front windows had been smashed. The suspect or suspects took a computer, a Volkswagen Passat and a Ford Five Hundred Limited that had not yet been repaired. Forced entry was not needed to take the cars since the keys were in plain sight. The culprits also took the keys to the owner's Mercedes, but the vehicle was not taken. Around 2 p.m. the next day, police …
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Inside the Police Reports: The man had a warrant for his arrest out of Gwinnett County.
A wanted man locked himself inside a Snellville home earlier this month and told police that he wouldn't come out unless he could smoke some methamphetamines. According to the Gwinnett County Police report, the homeowner of a residence on the 4100 block of Tanglewood Road called authorities to let them know the suspect, James Michael Enix, was in his house. The 32-year-old Lawrenceville resident was wanted on charges of battery and theft by taking. When police arrived, they noticed a window in the garage was smashed, the front door of the house was off its hinges, and the mailbox was dented and bloody. Enix kept yelling "Come on!" from inside the home, according to the report. He leaned out of an upstairs window and yelled that police …
Friday, April 19, 2013
Inside the Police Reports: This incident happened over spring break when they were playing with a water hose.
Two Snellville teens claim a man had solicited sexual behavior from them over spring break. According to the Gwinnett County Police report, the incident occurred around 5 p.m. one day last week. The two girls, 14 and 16, were walking around a Snellville neighborhood trying to find a swimming pool that they could use. After asking around for a bit, they stopped at a group home across the street from theirs near Centerville Highway. One of them knew the home nurse, a 51-year-old male. He helped them ask a neighbor if the two girls could use their pool, but the pool ended up being empty. So the man invited them over to his house to use the water hose outside. They both agreed, so they went home to change into their suits. As the teens played …
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
The incidents were reported withing a 15-hour window of one another.
Two burglaries were reported within hours of one another on the same street in Snellville earlier this month. According to the Gwinnett County Police reports, the incidents occurred on the 4000 block of Overland Trail off Bethany Church Road. In the first incident, the victim told police that she believes she was burglarized on a recent Friday from 10 a.m., when she left home from work, to when she returned at 6:30 p.m. She discovered the screen covering to a dining room window had been removed, according to the report. The 62-year-old reported nearly $7,000 worth of jewelry and $30 of Jamaican money were taken from her bedroom. No other room in the home appeared to be disturbed, she said. She has no idea who could have come into her home…
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
A Gwinnett officer found the two in a car in a Kroger parking lot off Highway 78 in Snellville.
A man and woman were both arrested in connection with a sex act in a Kroger parking lot on Easter Sunday in Snellville. According to the Gwinnett County Police report, an officer was patrolling the parking lot at 4002 Stone Mountain Highway at around 11:25 p.m. when he noticed the silhouette of a woman's head bouncing up and down in the front seat. When he got closer, the officer saw a man naked from the waist down sitting in the driver's seat. The woman, who was also partially naked, was performing oral sex on him. The officer knocked on the window and gestured for them to open it. The man, whom police identified as a 26-year-old Snellville resident, told the officer that they "were making out," according to the report. He and the woman …
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
A young woman was driving in Snellville last week when she heard a "pop" sound and saw that her back window had shattered.
A young woman was driving in Snellville when she heard a "pop" sound and saw that her back window had been shattered by an unknown object. The incident occurred on Dogwood Road near Dominion Walk around 1:30 p.m. last week, according to a Gwinnett County Police report. The Lawrenceville resident, who's 18 and attends Greater Atlanta Christian School, told police that she pulled into a subdivision immediately afterward. She "has no idea who may have done something like that" to her, nor did she see anyone on the side of the street, according to the report. The rear window is valued at $2,000. The incident is listed as criminal damage in the second degree.
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
The incident occurred earlier this month.
A Snellville resident was so terrified by a screaming man who knocked on his door one night that he ended up giving cash to the stranger in order to leave him alone. According to the Gwinnett County Police report, the incident occurred around 11 p.m. earlier this month off the 3500 block of Brittany Oak Terrace, near Mink Livsey Road and Lee Road. The homeowner, 41, told police that an unknown woman knocked on his door and asked for William. He told her there was no William at the home, so she left. A short time later, a man came up to the door and asked for the same person. The homeowner repeated that there was no William who lived there and no William visiting the house. According to the victim, the man then kicked the front door open …
Friday, March 15, 2013
A 20-year-old Snellville Dominos employee told police the incident took place while he was trying to figure out which hotel he needed to deliver to.
A pizza delivery man from a Dominos in Snellville reported being robbed on his first day of work when he mixed up order locations. According to the Gwinnett County Police report, the 19-year-old employee from Lawrenceville reported for duty March 6 at the pizza chain located at 3400 Centerville Highway. He was supposed to deliver two sandwiches and cheese bread to someone staying at the InTown Suites located at 4350 Stone Mountain Highway in Lilburn around 10 p.m. Because he didn't know the area well, he told police, he accidentally went to the other InTown Suites at 4142 Stone Mountain Highway. He knocked on the door of the correct room number at the wrong hotel, and when there was no answer, he used the phone in the room next door to …
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Employees of United Cerebral Palsy told police that they arrived at two of its Snellville homes to find two televisions stolen from patients' bedrooms.
Employees of a health care organization reported earlier this month that televisions were taken from its patients' bedrooms in Snellville. According to Gwinnett County and Snellville police reports, two workers from United Cerebral Palsy, an organization that takes care of patients with advance cases of the disease, told police that the televisions were taken March 1 from two Snellville homes managed by the non-profit. The facilities are located off Ashley Forest Drive near Highpoint Road and Sussex Court near Main Street. The manager of the Ashley Forest location said she arrived at the home at 1 p.m. to find that the culprit stole two flat-screen plasma TVs from patients' bedrooms. There was a smaller television in another bedroom and a …
Thursday, March 7, 2013
A Snellville man has been arrested for allegedly punching his ex-girlfriend in the face and threatening her.
A Snellville man allegedly barged into his ex-girlfriend's apartment in the middle of the night, punched her in the face and threatened to kill her. Julian M. Swaizey, a 21-year-old who also goes by the name Juice, was arrested Feb. 20 and charged with simple assault, possession of a weapon during a crime, false imprisonment, criminal trespassing, battery, and terroristic threats and acts. According to the Gwinnett County Police report, the incident occurred in the middle of the night almost a year ago at a Norcross apartment complex. The ex-girlfriend, then 23, told police that she was sleeping with her current boyfriend in her bedroom when they heard a loud bang and the door slam open. Screaming, Swaizey allegedly came into the bedroom, …