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Police & Fire
A utility vehicle also was reported stolen from a residence on Buck Smith Road.
All the family members and pets made it out safe.
Sound Equipment, flat screen TV stolen from Sharon Baptist Church sanctuary and freezer and several small kitchen appliances stolen from the church fellowship hall.
Gwinnett County firefighters responded to more than 100 emergency calls after 3 a.m. Sunday, May 19. Walton County 911 said calls in west Walton (Loganville area) kept them busy.
Snellville Police advised residents to avoid the area near Scenic Highway and Henry Clower Boulevard.
Police & Fire, Local Connections
Tim Stewart Funeral Homes laid a wreath in honor of police officers who lost their lives protecting Gwinnett County citizens.
The following residents from the Loganville area were recently charged in Gwinnett County.
Officials with the city of Loganville honored two local residents, members of Loganville Fire Department Station 16 and Walton County EMT Troy Willard and EMS Russell Cook for saving the life of a cardiac patient.
Police say the incident took place at 1:15 a.m. on Sunday, May 12 in unincorporated Gwinnett near Snellville.
Loganville man charged with disorderly conduct after objecting to an investigation into whether or not the jeans he was wearing, which still bore the tag, had been purchased.
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