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The Police Blotter (Unincorporated Lilburn), Sept. 21-27

Recent activity by the Gwinnett County Police Department.

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

Sept. 27: DUI arrests reported at the intersection of Britt Road and Old Norcross Tucker Road.

Sept. 26: Cocaine possession reported at the 4600 block of Britt Road.

Sept. 26: Entering auto reported at the 900 block of Park Crossing Way.

Sept. 26: Disorderly conduct reported at the 5200 block of Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

  • Sept. 26: Lilburn PD
  • Sept. 25: Gwinnett PD
  • Sept. 19: Lilburn PD
  • Sept. 18: Gwinnett PD

Sept. 26: DUI arrests reported at the intersection of Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Singleton Road.

Sept. 25: Disorderly conduct reported at the 1200 block of Ardsley Place.

Sept. 25: Burglary (non-forced residential) reported at the 4200 block of Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Sept. 25: Disorderly conduct reported at the 800 block of Dogwood Road.

Sept. 25: Marijuana possession reported at the 1300 block of Southern Woods Drive.

Sept. 25: Forgery reported at the 6300 block of Oakwood Circle.

Sept. 24: Theft by taking reported at the 4500 block of Britt Road.

Sept. 24: Simple battery reported at the 3000 block of Five Forks Trickum Road.

Sept. 24: Sexual battery reported at the 2700 block of Five Forks Trickum Road.

Sept. 24: Disorderly conduct reported at the 6200 block of Norcross Tucker Road.

Sept. 24: Burglary (forced residential) reported at the 1300 block of Tucker Woods Drive.

Sept. 24: Burglary (forced residential) reported at the 700 block of Omaha Drive.

Sept. 24: Simple battery reported at the 1600 block of Graves Road.

Sept. 24: Burglary (forced residential, two separate incidents) reported at the 9900 block of National Circle.

Sept. 24: Burglary (forced residential, four separate incidents) reported at the 1600 block of Coleville Circle.

Sept. 23: Battery reported at the 6000 block of Norcross Tucker Road.

Sept. 23: Batter reported at the 400 block of Belgrave Lane.

Sept. 23: Identity fraud reported at the 1600 block of Imperial Court.

Sept. 23: FTC theft reported at the 4700 block of Britt Road.

Sept. 23: Burglary (non-forced residential) reported at the 3200 block of Sunrise Village Lane.

Sept. 23: Burglary (forced residential) reported at the 6700 block of Windfaire Drive.

Sept. 23: DUI arrests reported at the intersection of Britt Road and Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Sept. 23: Aggravated assault (two incidents) reported at the 5000 block of Westover Circle.

Sept 23: Battery reported ay the 800 block of Dogwood Road.

Sept. 22: Robbery (street, strong arm) reported at the 6000 block of Norcross Tucker Road.

Sept. 22: Identity fraud reported on Simonton Court.

Sept. 22: Entering auto reported at the 6000 block of Norcross Tucker Road.

Sept. 22: Burglary (non-forced residential) reported at the 5400 block of Allen Woods Drive.

Sept. 22: Simple battery reported at the 200 block of Jennifer Lane.

Sept. 22: Burglary (forced business) reported at the 1000 block of Seasons Parkway.

Sept. 22: Burglary (forced residential) reported at the 1600 block of Esquire Place.

Sept. 22: Theft by taking reported at the 1800 block of Jerry Way. 

Sept. 21: Entering auto reported at the 2800 block of 2800 block of Franklin Road.

Sept. 21: Robbery (street, gun) reported at the 6100 block of Norcross Tucker Road.

Sept. 21: Burglary (non-forced residential) reported at the 800 block of Arlington Drive.

Sept. 21: DUI arrests reported at the intersection of Harbins Road and Spring Water Drive.

Sept. 21: Battery reported at the 3200 block of 3200 Sunrise Village Lane.

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