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Lipstick Message Left for Gold’s Gym Visitor

Woman finds strange message written on the window of her vehicle.

A visitor found an unusual message left on her car earlier this week.

On Nov. 2, a Lawrenceville woman called police after finding the words “u r meat” scrawled in lipstick across the window of her 2010 Toyota Camry.

The woman was able to remove the writing and no permanent damage was done to the vehicle. There are no known suspects or witnesses. The case is listed as active.

Police are also investigating another smash and grab car break-in at . The Oct. 29 incident, like many others over the past few months, involved the theft of a purse left unattended in the vehicle.

Other recent incidents investigated by the Gwinnett County Police Department include:

Oct. 20

  • Motor vehicle theft in the 2300 block of Doc Hughes Road.

Oct. 24

  • Disorderly conduct in the 2400 block of Hamilton Mill Road.
  • Theft/lost/mislaid property in the 2400 block of Hamilton Mill Road.
  • Simple battery in the 2300 block of Lakeside Drive.

Oct. 25

  • Identity fraud in the 1800 block of Oak Wind Lane.

Oct. 26

  • Burglary in the 1500 block of Mineral Springs Road.
  • First-degree forgery in the 700 block of Dacula Road.

Oct. 27

  • Simple battery in the 2500 block of Kachina Trail.

Oct. 28

  • Burglary in the 2300 block of Old Fountain Road.
  • Entering auto in the 500 block of Dacula Road.
  • Entering auto in the 3200 block of Overlook Pass Lane.

Oct. 29

  • Theft by taking in the 400 block of Dacula Road.
  • Entering auto in the 3700 block of Braselton Highway.

Oct. 30

  • Theft by taking in the 1400 block of Cains Road.

Oct. 31

  • Theft by taking in the 2200 block of Hamilton Creek Parkway.
  • Motor vehicle theft near Auburn Road and Bailey Woods Road.

Nov. 1

  • Simple battery in the 1700 block of Spartan Lane.
  • Theft by taking in the 400 block of Rabbit Hill Road.
  • Vandalism in the 1200 block of Auburn Road.
  • Battery in the 1600 block of Daniel Park Drive.

For questions about this blotter, email dacula@patch.com.

 







Cynthia Montgomery November 07, 2011 at 02:55 AM
AT WHAT POINT WILL THE COPS BEGIN TO STAKE OUT THE PARKS. It is only a matter to time until these professional punks begin to attack the families, ( mostly women and small children), at the park when they find empty cars. Why have the police not caught these punks? Maybe the citizens should set up a sting operation and leave a open purse with money and a computer showing and wait for the punks and then with a cell phone camera record the smash and grab and turn the tape over to the police. We know the where, what, when, why and now we just need the who.

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