Two Dacula brothers called police after five males allegedly came into their home and stole their property.
The brothers, ages 17 and 13, told police a male acquaintance arrived at their Wilkes Crest Drive home on Feb. 17 accompanied by four other males. The brothers allowed only the male they knew to enter the home, but according to the teen's account, the other males entered the residence without their permission.
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The five males stayed at the house for approximately an hour before leaving. The brothers said one of the males left with three of their video games. The five males also allegedly took a PS2 and a XBox 360 gaming console out of the garage and started beating them with a hammer in the front yard.
"I observed the damaged gaming systems in the front yard and pieces of the systems in the yard and street when I arrived," the officer noted in the report.
The brothers advised they had not given any of the males permission to take the video games or permission to destroy the gaming systems with a hammer.
The case is listed as active.
Other recent incidents investigated by the Gwinnett County Police Department include:
- Simple assault in the 2700 block of Eunice Holcombe Circle.
- Identity fraud in the 1800 block of Alcovy Oaks Drive.
- Battery in the 2800 block of Belshire Trail.
- Theft by receiving (possession of stolen vehicle) near the intersection of Harbins Road and Highway 316.
- Simple battery in the 1400 block of Moriah Trace.
- Vandalism in the 3100 block of Braselton Highway.
- Entering auto near the intersection of Bramlett Shoals Road and Brooks Road.
- Identity fraud in the 4100 block of Mark Todd Court.
- Burglary in the 2200 block of Kingwood Cove Lane.
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