The following Dacula and Buford incidents were recently investigated by the Gwinnett County Police Department:
WINDOW SMASHED: A Lawrenceville woman said the rear window of her Toyota RAV4 was smashed and a bag of makeup valued at $250 stolen while she dined at T.G.I. Friday's, located on Mall of Georgia Boulevard in Buford, on March 26. The woman said she and an acquaintance arrived at the restaurant at 10:15 p.m. and returned to the vehicle at 10:45 p.m. The woman indicated the doors of her vehicle had been locked.
CAR BREAK-IN CAUGHT ON SECURITY CAMERA: A Dacula man said his vehicle was broken into on March 21 while he was away from his Jim Moore Road home to attend a funeral. The man said several family members had parked their cars in his driveway and his truck was parked at a neighbor's house. The neighbor, who has a security camera, reviewed footage from the time of the incident and observed a male pull up behind the Dacula man's truck and enter the vehicle through the rear sliding window. In the report, the officer noted the suspect vehicle appeared to be a black or dark blue vehicle, possibly a Volvo station wagon or a Honda CRV.
STOLEN MEDICATIONS: A Buford woman believes some of her relatives may be responsible for the March 21 theft of her medications. The woman said the relatives, who she described as "prescription pill abusers," were at her residence and after they left, she realized 120 Oxycodone pills, 120 Norco pills and 75 Soma pills were missing. The woman admitted she did not see anyone take the pills, but advised no one else was at the residence when the pills were taken. The woman further said she needed to file a police report so that she could be prescribed replacement medication.
Northern Gwinnett County news including the cities of Dacula, Ga. and Buford, Ga.