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The Police Blotter (Unincorporated Lilburn), Feb. 1 - Feb. 7

Here's a list of recent police activity by the Gwinnett County Police Department.

The following is a listing of Gwinnett County Police activity in Lilburn's 30047 ZIP code. Note: This listing is based on reports from www.crimemapping.com.)

Feb. 7: Motor vehicle theft reported at the 4800 block of Burns Road.

Feb. 7: Simple battery reported at the 3200 block of Poplar Drive.

Feb. 6: Motor vehicle theft reported at the 800 block of Indian Trail Lilburn Road.

Feb. 6: Simple assault reported at the 5800 block of Four Winds Drive.

See other crime blotters on Lilburn-Mountain Park Patch:

  • Feb. 7: Lilburn PD
  • Feb. 5: Gwinnett PD
  • Feb. 2: Gwinnett PD
  • Feb. 1: Lilburn PD

Feb. 5: Entering auto reported at the 500 block of Bruce Way.

Feb. 5: Identity fraud reported at the 500 block of Cole Drive.

Feb. 5: Burglary (forced residential) reported at the 5600 block of Walnut Creek Court.

Feb. 4: Financial transaction fraud reported at the 1400 block of Hewatt Road.

Feb. 4: Burglary (non-forced residential) reported at the 500 block of Johannah Place.

Feb. 3: Entering auto (two separate incidents) reported at the 400 block of Arcadia Place.

Feb. 3: Entering auto reported at the 600 block of Dorsey Circle.

Feb. 3: Theft by taking reported at the 500 block of Greg Drive.

Feb. 3: Theft of tag reported at the 400 block of Cole Drive.

Feb. 3: Entering auto reported at the 400 block of Horseshoe Circle.

Feb. 3: Burglary (non-forced residential) reported at the 5300 block of Harbins Point Lane.

Feb. 3: Burglary (attempted residential) reported at the 400 block of Cascade Drive.

Feb. 2: Entering auto reported on Harmony Grove Road.

Feb. 2: Theft by taking reported at the 4000 block of Five Forks Trickum Road.

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