Updated: Woman Stabbed to Death in Gwinnett
Police say the 64-year-old woman's car was found in a parking lot at Sugarloaf Mills Mall.
Updated, Monday, Nov. 26, 12:01 a.m.
Gwinnett County Police have arrested two Lawrenceville men in connection to the murder of their neighbor.
On Wednesday, police found 64 year old Parviz Moledina stabbed to death in her home on 1403 Alamein Drive in unincorporated Lawrenceville. Her 2007 Volvo station wagon was reported missing. It was later found on Thanksgiving Day outside the Bass Pro Shop at Sugarloaf Mills Mall.
Police issued search warrants after searching Moledina's car. On Saturday morning, they arrested Eric Lamont Bolling and Justin Eldridge.
The two men lived just down the street from Moledina at 1474 Alamein Drive. Investigators collected evidence from their home linking Bolling and Eldridge to the victim. The men were then interviewed and subsequently arrested and charged.
Bolling was charged with Felony Murder and Theft by Receiving. Eldridge was charged with Theft by Receiving.
Both men were taken to the Gwinnett County Jail where they are being held without bond.
A woman was reportedly killed in her home outside the Lawrenceville city limits late Wednesday night.
At about 10:45pm, Gwinnett County Police were called to a home at 1403 Alamein Drive in unincorporated Lawrenceville. When they arrived, officers found a woman dead from multiple stab wounds.
The victim was identified as 64 year old Parviz Moledina.
According to police, Moledina lived alone. GCPD Cpl. Jake Smith said the woman's car, a silver 2007 Volvo station wagon, was missing from the home.
Early Thanksgiving morning, GCPD officers found Moledina's car in a parking lot at Sugarloaf Mills Mall, formerly Discover Mills Mall. Officers conducted surveillance for several hours on the vehicle and inside the mall, however no suspects were located.
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