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  •  Man Shot During Armed Robbery

    Gwinnett County Police Related News(Friday, July 9, 2013 @ approximately 4:15am) The Gwinnett County Police Robbery Unit is investigating an Armed Robbery that resulted in a shooting at 1044 Traymore Dr. This is in an unincorporated area of Norcross within Gwinnett County.

    At approximately 4:15am, the victim, a 25 year old male returned home after work. As he was removing belongings from his vehicle, a light skinned black male approached him, pointed a gun at him and asked for his wallet. As the victim reached for his wallet, the suspect shot him in the shoulder. The victim then turned and ran toward his house when he was shot a second time in the leg. The suspect left in an unknown direction.

    The victim, Bobby Swanger was transported to Gwinnett Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.

    The suspect was described as a light skinned black male, wearing a white t-shirt and dark shorts. He had light facial hair and was wearing a large, dark colored hat. He was in his early 20’s, approximately 5’-11”, weighing approximately 210 lbs.

    Investigators are following up on all leads and are looking into the possibility that this may be connected to several other armed robberies in recent weeks.

    Anyone with information regarding this incident and the identity of the suspect is urged to call the Gwinnett County Police at 770-513-5319 or 770-513-5300.

    Source: Gwinnett County Police

    Posted on Friday, July 19

     Fatal accident investigation

    Gwinnett County Police Related News(Saturday, July 13, 2013 @ approximately 3:18pm) The Gwinnett County Police Accident Investigation Unit is currently investigating a fatal crash that resulted from a vehicle pursuit initiated by the Duluth Police Department. The crash occurred on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard at Peachtree Crest Drive. This is in an area of unincorporated Duluth within Gwinnett County.

    According to accident investigators, 28 year old, Jeremy Kelly of Flowery Branch was fleeing the scene of a traffic stop initiated by an officer with Duluth Police Department within their jurisdiction. The Duluth Officer conducted a traffic stop in the area of Shorty Howell Park on Pleasant Hill Rd. in the City of Duluth for a traffic violation. Mr. Kelly fled from the stop in his black 1995 Nissan Maxima and the Duluth Officer pursued him in his marked patrol car. Mr. Kelly was driving recklessly in his haste to avoid capture and eventually made his way northbound on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in southbound lanes at an extremely high rate of speed.

    49 year old, Dawn Smith of Duluth was traveling southbound in the southbound lanes of Peachtree Industrial Boulevard in her white 2005 Chevrolet Equinox. 21 year old, Jose Montes of Norcross was also traveling southbound in his red 1995 Ford Ranger behind Ms. Smith. Mr. Kelly ended up crashing head-on into Ms. Smith’s vehicle. Mr. Montes could not stop or avoid the collision and stuck Ms. Smith’s vehicle.

    Mr. Kelly died on scene as a result of the injuries he sustained from the collision. Ms. Smith and Mr. Montes were both transported to Gwinnett Medical Center for treatment of serious non-life threatening injuries.

    The Gwinnett County Police Accident Investigation Unit continues to investigate this accident. The entire Duluth Police pursuit and crash was captured on dash cam video. The video is not being release at this time as this investigation continues.

    Source: Gwinnett County Police

    Posted on Tuesday, July 16

     Wells Fargo Bank Robbery

    Gwinnett County Police Related News(July 9, 2013 @ approximately 10:58am) The Gwinnett County Police Robbery Unit is investigating an Armed Robbery that occurred at Wells Fargo Bank, 3250 Centerville Hwy. This is in an area of unincorporated Snellville within Gwinnett County.

    According to investigators, a black adult male wearing a black shirt and grey pants entered the Wells Fargo Bank located at 3520 Centerville Hwy in unincorporated Snellville. As the suspect entered the bank, he ignited two incendiary type devices that burned and created smoke (Molotov cocktail that did not explode). The suspect took an undisclosed amount of money and ran out of the bank in an unknown direction. No injuries requiring treatment were reported. The devices ignited by the suspect did not explode and only burned causing minor smoke damage.

    Investigators with the Gwinnett County Police Robbery Unit, Gwinnett County Fire/Arson Investigators and Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms are currently following up on leads.

    Georgia Arson Control, Inc. offers a reward of UP TO $10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person(s) responsible for arson. Anyone with information is asked to call the Georgia Arson Control Hot Line at 1.800.282.5804 or the Gwinnett Fire Investigation Section at 678.518.4890 or the Gwinnett County Police Criminal Investigations Division at 770.513.5300.

    Wells Fargo is also offering up to $5,000 leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the Armed Robbery.

    Anyone with information is urged to call any of the listed numbers.

    Source: Gwinnett County Police

    Posted on Wednesday, July 10

     Fatal Accident, I 85 South at Steve Reynolds Blvd - Update

    Gwinnett County Police Related NewsUPDATE (Lawrenceville, Georgia, July 8, 2013) The deceased passenger of the Nissan Pathfinder has been identified as Rabia Adnan (female, 32 years old) of Duluth, Georgia. She was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident. The Pathfinder was driven by her husband and occupied by their two children, a seven year old boy and a four year old girl. The children were in properly installed child safety seats at the time of the accident. They have been released from the hospital and have returned home with their father.

    The driver of the tractor trailer has been identified and is under investigation. His identity will not be released at this time and he has not been charged. Unless the particular circumstances of an accident require an immediate arrest, fatal accident investigations are completed before charges are filed. This can take weeks in some cases. Speed, alcohol, and drugs are not considered factors in this case. AIU investigators ask that anyone who witnessed this accident please call 678-442-5626.

    Source: Gwinnett County Police

    Posted on Wednesday, July 10

     Fatal Accident, I 85 South at Steve Reynolds Blvd

    Gwinnett County Police Related News(Lawrenceville, Georgia, July 8, 2013) Gwinnett County Police Officers were dispatched to a traffic accident on I 85 South at Steve Reynolds Blvd. at about 1:20 PM today. They discovered that three vehicles were involved. A tractor trailer was traveling south on I 85 South; in the lane to the right of the tractor trailer was a Nissan Pathfinder; in the lane to the right of the Pathfinder was a large box truck. The tractor trailer changed lanes to the right, forcing the Pathfinder out of its lane and into the side of the box truck. After striking the box truck, the Pathfinder traveled to the right side of the highway and left the road at a significant speed.

    The Pathfinder struck the steep hill between the interstate and the Steve Reynolds Blvd. ramp to I 85 South. The vehicle flipped over multiple times, ejecting the adult female passenger who was riding in the front passenger seat. The Pathfinder flipped over the guard rail and came to a rest on the Steve Reynolds Blvd. ramp. The female passenger was transported from the scene by ambulance and has since died as a result of her injuries. An adult male driver and two children were inside the vehicle. The children were transported to Children’s at Egleston hospital and the adult male rode with them. The adult male driver and the two children are expected to survive.

    The driver of the tractor trailer did not stop at the scene. The Accident Investigation Unit tracked the vehicle down at its destination in Cobb County. They have identified the driver and interviewed him. Charges are still under investigation. The driver of the box truck did stop at the scene and has cooperated in the investigation. He was not injured.

    Source: Gwinnett County Police

    Posted on Tuesday, July 09

     Gwinnett County Police Catch Lilburn Bank Robbery Suspect

    Gwinnett County Police Related News(Saturday, July 6, 2013 @ approximately 10:30am) Officers with the Gwinnett County Police Department, assigned to Central Precinct, received information regarding an Armed Robbery that just occurred at the PNC Bank, 494 Indian Trail-Lilburn Road in the city limits of Lilburn. (Saturday, 07-06-13 at 10:18am)

    Officers received additional information on the suspect description and that suspect may be in the area of Brays Mill Trace and Bromolow Trail off of Arc Way and Pleasant Hill Rd. in an area of unincorporated Lawrenceville. Officers converged on the area and located a person matching the suspect description leaning inside of a car. The suspect noticed one of the officers approaching him and stood up. The officer told him to stay where he was but he refused to comply and began walking toward a house as if he lived there. The officer told him to stop and the suspect took off running to the rear of the house where he was confronted by additional responding officers. The suspect refused to comply with the officers verbal commands to stop and continued to run from officers leaving a trail of money behind. He was subsequently caught by officers after he was tased and then subdued by officers. The suspect was identified as 32 year old Jason Anthony Mitchell of Lawrenceville. Gwinnett County Police contacted Lilburn Police and released him to their custody after charging him with Obstruction and Criminal Trespass. Lilburn Police arrested Mr. Mitchell on several charges related to the Bank Robbery that occurred in their jurisdiction.

    Mr. Mitchell is currently in the Gwinnett County Jail and is being held without bond.

    Source: Gwinnett County Police

    Posted on Monday, July 08

     Federal Park Ranger Shot

    Gwinnett County Police Related News(Lawrenceville, Georgia, June 27, 2013) Gwinnett County Police received a report of a shooting at about 10:15 PM on Wednesday, June 26, 2013. The scene of the shooting was at the Lower Overlook area of Buford Dam Park in Gwinnett County. Upon arrival, officers found a federal park ranger suffering from a gunshot wound to the torso. The ranger was able to give a statement to officers before he was transported from the scene by ambulance. The injured U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Park Ranger has been identified as D. P. Wright (W/M, 70 years old). He is still hospitalized, but is expected to survive his injuries.

    Wright, who was not armed with a firearm, was preparing to close the Lower Overlook area of the park around 10:00 PM. As he was driving through the parking lot in his marked park ranger pickup truck, he noticed a woman sitting in a passenger car. He approached the car to notify her that the park was closed. The woman produced a handgun and fired one shot, striking Wright in the abdomen. Wright escaped on foot towards the entrance of the Lower Overlook area. He secured the gate behind him, closing off the only exit to prevent his attacker’s escape. Wright made his way onto Buford Dam Road where a passing motorist stopped and called 911. GCPD officers arrived on scene a short time later.

    Using the information provided by Wright, officers quickly located the suspect vehicle. They discovered the female occupant deceased inside, apparently from a gunshot wound. The deceased woman matched the description of the suspect provided by Wright. She has been identified as Qiana Moore (B/F, 34 years old) of Woodstock. Her next-of-kin have been notified. The evidence discovered so far has led detectives to believe that Moore committed suicide. A handgun was found inside the vehicle.

    Source: Gwinnett County Police

    Posted on Thursday, June 27

     Driver Dies when Truck Crashes into Businesses

    Gwinnett County Police Related News(Wednesday, May 29, 2013 @ approximately 10:15am) The Gwinnett County Police Accident Investigation Unit (AIU) is currently investigating a fatal accident that occurred at 1195 Scenic Highway. This is in an unincorporated area of Lawrenceville within Gwinnett County.

    The preliminary investigation revealed that the driver of a black 2012 Kenworth T660 was traveling northbound in the northbound lanes of Scenic Highway. As the driver of the truck passed through the intersection of Essex Drive, he suddenly veered to the left, crossing the median and southbound lanes of Scenic Highway into the parking lot of 1195 Scenic Highway. The driver continued through the parking lot and drove into the north end of the building, crashing into a restaurant and hair salon. The two businesses were closed for business at the time of the accident and no bystanders were injured.

    The driver who has been identified as 66 year old, Donald Samples of Snellville died on scene as a result of the injuries sustained in the collision. It is unknown at this time if the driver suffered a medical condition that contributed to the accident. Alcohol and drugs do not appear to be contributing causes at this time.

    Source: Gwinnett County Police

    Posted on Thursday, May 30

     Officer Involved Shooting

    Gwinnett County Police Related NewsGwinnett County Police Officers were dispatched to a "wanted person located" call at 5307 Pass Court, Buford, Georgia at about 3:39 PM today (May 13, 2013). The caller advised that the wanted person was Rodney Pike (W/M, 38 years old) of Buford and that he had warrants out of Forsyth County. The caller also advised that Pike was a drug user and would run from police.

    Several officers arrived on scene at 3:58 PM. Upon sight of the officers, Pike fled on foot and entered a parked vehicle a short distance away. Pike refused to comply with the officers' verbal commands to stop. Officers attempted to use a Taser on Pike; the attempt was not successful in incapacitating him. Pike started the vehicle, began moving, and struck one of the officers. The vehicle was headed directly towards another officer. Two officers fired their duty weapons at Pike at 4:01 PM. He was struck by the shots and officers were able to gain control of the vehicle. The officers rendered first aid and CPR until EMTs with the Gwinnett County Fire Department arrived on scene. Pike was determined to be deceased at the scene. The officer struck by the vehicle was not seriously injured and was later taken to the hospital for evaluation.

    This shooting is under investigation by the Deadly Force Investigation Team (DFIT). DFIT is composed of members of the Homicide Unit, the District Attorney's Office, the Medical Examiner's Office, the Crime Scene Unit, and the Internal Affairs Unit. The officers who fired shots will be placed on administrative leave. This is normal procedure in officer involved shootings.

    Source: Gwinnett County Police

    Posted on Monday, May 13

     Robbery Suspects Shoot at Officers

    Gwinnett County Police Related News(Lawrenceville, Georgia, April 22, 2013) On Saturday, April 20, 2013 at about 6:50 a.m., a suspect committed an armed robbery at the Waffle House located at 6079 Goshen Springs Road in the City of Norcross. Two Gwinnett County Police Department officers were traveling past the location at about 6:52 a.m. and noticed a person running from the Waffle House. As the first officer pulled in to investigate, the second officer verified that a robbery in progress call was active at the location. The description of the person running from the Waffle House matched the description of the robbery perpetrator. The suspect ran to a waiting black 1994 Honda Accord, which was driven by a second person. The suspect vehicle quickly fled the scene as the officers approached.

    The two officers pursued the vehicle as it left the Waffle House, turning left through a red light onto Jimmy Carter Blvd. The suspect vehicle led the officers across I 85 and towards Rockbridge Road. As the officers approached Rockbridge Road the suspects fired multiple shots at the pursuing officers out of their back window, shattering it. The officers were not hit. Shortly after the shots were fired, the suspects threw a handgun out the window. The officers backed off from the suspect vehicle but continued the pursuit. Shortly after passing through the intersection of Jimmy Carter Blvd. and Rockbridge Road, the suspects fired a second volley of shots, striking the first officer’s patrol car. Again, the officers were not injured. The suspects then threw a second handgun out of the window and continued to flee down Jimmy Carter Blvd.

    The suspect vehicle pulled into the Home Depot at 4112 Jimmy Carter Blvd. with the officers close behind. The suspect vehicle drove behind the Home Depot building where it was trapped by the two pursuing officers. The passenger got out of the vehicle and fled on foot. The driver was arrested at the car at about 6:57 a.m. He refused to provide his name, but was later identified as Tamari Adams (B/M, 24 years old).

    At 7:04 a.m. the passenger was caught by other responding officers. He refused to cooperate and would not provide a name. He later provided the name John Black, which turned out to be false. The Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office identified the passenger as Tavares Douglas Harris (B/M, 25 years old) after checking his fingerprints.

    Adams and Harris are each charged with two counts of aggravated assault. The Norcross Police Department obtained charges for robbery; please contact them for further details on the robbery itself. Harris is also charged with providing a false name to an officer. Adams is also charged with fleeing and eluding police, reckless conduct, reckless driving, speeding, and several other traffic violations. They are both in custody at the Gwinnett County Detention Center without bond.

    Source: Gwinnett County Police

    Posted on Tuesday, April 23

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