Thursday, February 28, 2013
Inside the Police Blotter: The officer stepped in the middle of the roadway and ordered the driver to stop, but he just kept on driving, according to police.
A Lilburn man is accused of nearly hitting a police officer with his car earlier this month. According to the Gwinnett County Police report, three officers were conducting surveillance around 9:30 p.m. Valentine's Day at the Motel 6 off Oakbrook Parkway in unincorporated Norcross. The officers observed a gray Honda Pilot pull up to one of the buildings, and the male driver exited and walked to the second floor to meet with another man. The driver, who was later identified as 27-year-old Phong Van, went back to the car and reparked it in a different space. The officers thought this was suspicious, so one of them knocked on the rear window. The officer advised the driver to roll down the window, but he only looked at the officer and started…
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
The pregnant stepdaughter held a kitchen knife to her stepfather's throat after being told to get out.
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Wednesday, May 16, 2012
A family dispute led to an aggravated assault charge for a pregnant Lilburn woman whose parents wanted her out of the house. According to an incident report from the Gwinnett County Police Department, the 29-year-old daughter, who is six months pregnant, put a knife to her stepfather’s throat after an argument escalated May 11 at a residence in the 200 block of Hokes Place. No injuries were reported, but the stepdaughter was arrested. In his incident report, officer G.J. Reed wrote that the mother and daughter had been arguing and that sometime after the stepfather had returned home from work, he told the daughter he wanted her out of the house. What started the argument was not revealed in the police report. These Inside Police Reports …
Monday, July 11, 2011
Inside the Police Reports: A man breaks the hinges off the front door of his home and used it as a deadly weapon toward his girlfriend.
A man allegedly ripped off the front door of his home and used it as a weapon against his girlfriend late last month in Lilburn. The woman, 32, had gotten into an argument with her boyfriend, a 39-year-old named Michael Killings, at their home on Cold Springs Drive off Indian Trail Lilburn Road. She told police that she had started talking with him about a cookout that weekend at her mom's house when her boyfriend started to yell at her. She started heading to their bedroom, and he followed her. The girlfriend told police that Killings started to choke her in the bedroom, but she hit him with a nearby trash can. He released her and she was able to get away toward the front door. He allegedly pushed her as she opened the front door and …