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Police & Fire
Police believe robbery was the objective.
Between Thanksgiving and the end of the year, the Gwinnett County Police Department will operate its annual Holiday Task Force to help cut down on crime against holiday shoppers.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigations is awaiting lab and toxicology reports before giving a cause of death on Grace Hughes, 56, who was found dead July 5 in a car parked at the Loganville Walmart.
Gwinnett County is the only Fire and Emergency Services department in the state to receive this accreditation and one of only two in the southeast.
Gwinnett County police confirm an 85-year-old woman and an 81-year-old man were found dead Sunday morning in an apparent murder-suicide.
Only six traffic fatalities reported on Georgia roads compared to 14 for the same period last year.
The gmail account of the Rt. Rev. Foley Beach, pastor of the Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville and head of the Anglican Church of the South, was hacked and emails sent out to his thousands of contacts requesting money in his name.
Gwinnett Medical Examiner said official cause of death should be available in afternoon.
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