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The Blotter: Police Activity Oct. 16-22 in Unincorporated Norcross

What were the cops up to last week?

The following is a listing of reported Gwinnett County Police activity from Oct. 16-22 for unincorporated Norcross. (Note: This listing is based on reports from www.crimemapping.com.) 

 

Oct. 22: Entering auto was reported on the 5400 block of Silver Lake Way.

Oct. 22: DUI arrests were made on Singleton Road and Williams Road.

Oct. 22: Battery was reported on the 3200 block of Sunrise Village Lane.

Oct. 22: DUI arrests were made on Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Rockbridge School Road.

Oct. 21: Robbery (street, by gun) was reported on the 1800 block of Treehouse Parkway.

Oct. 21: Disorderly conduct was reported on the 1500 block of Greenwood Drive.

Oct. 21: DUI arrests were made on the I-85 Southbound ramp and Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Oct. 21: DUI arrests were made on the I-85 Northbound ramp and Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Oct. 21: Possession of marijuana was reported on Pirkle Road and Singleton Road.

Oct. 20: Vandalism (2nd degree) was reported on the 1600 block of Pirkle Road.

Oct. 20: Aggravated assault was reported on Harbins Ridge Drive and Singleton Road.

Oct. 20: DUI arrests were made on the 5900 block of Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Oct. 20: DUI arrests were made on Jimmy Carter Boulevard and I-85 South. 

Oct. 20: Theft by taking was reported on the 1200 block of Tech Drive.

Oct. 20: Motor vehicle theft was reported on the 1500 block of Reddington Lane.

Oct. 20: Forgery was reported on the 6000 block of S. Norcross Tucker Road.

Oct. 20: Theft by shoplifting was reported on the 6100 block of S. Norcross Tucker Road.

Oct. 20: Entering auto was reported on the 1800 block of Enterprise Drive.

Oct. 20: Entering auto was reported on the 6500 block of Dawson Boulevard.

Oct. 20: DUI arrests were made on the 5900 block of Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Oct. 19: DUI arrests were made on Jimmy Carter Boulevard and Rockbridge School Road.

Oct. 19: Battery was reported on the 6100 block of Wintergreen Road.

Oct. 19: DUI arrests were made on Indian Trail Lilburn Road and I-85 North.

Oct. 19: Burglary (no forced entry, residence) was reported on the 1300 block of Inman Court.

Oct. 18: Simple battery was reported on the 4300 block of Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Oct. 17: Battery was reported on the 6000 block of Oakbrook Parkway.

Oct. 17: Motor vehicle theft was reported on the 5900 block of Hunt Club Run.

Oct. 17: DUI arrests were made on Dawson Boulevard and Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Oct. 17: Simple battery was reported on the 5200 block of Downs Way.

Oct. 17: Entering auto was reported on the 1500 block of Indian Trail Lilburn Road.

Oct. 17: Burglary (forced entry, residence) was reported on the 1100 block of Forest Vale Way.

Oct. 17: Theft by taking was reported on the 5400 block of Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Oct. 16: DUI arrests were made on the I-85 Northbound ramp and Indian Trail Lilburn Road.

Oct. 16: Entering auto was reported on the 2200 block of Willow Trail Parkway.

Oct. 16: Forgery was reported on the 5400 block of Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Oct. 16: Battery was reported on the 6000 block of Hunt Club Run.

Oct. 16: Theft by taking was reported on the 1300 block of Bridgeson Court.

Oct. 16: Motor vehicle theft was reported on the 5600 block of Singleton Road.

Oct. 16: Motor vehicle theft was reported on the 1600 block of Pirkle Road.

Oct. 16: Attempted burglary (residence) was reported on the 600 block of Hampton Ridge Rd.

Oct. 16: Burglary (forced entry, residence) was reported on the 1300 block of Robin Hill Drive.

Oct. 16: Vandalism was reported on the 1200 block of Indian Trail Lilburn Road.

Oct. 16: Battery was reported on the 4300 block of Jimmy Carter Boulevard.

Oct. 16: Vandalism (2nd degree) was reported on the 1000 block of Sparrows Lane.

Oct. 16: Robbery (street, by gun) was reported on the 1300 block of Graves Road.

Oct. 16: Burglary (forced entry, residence) was reported on the 6300 block of Forest Vale Drive.

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