Incident occurred while the gun owner visited the Hamilton Mill Golf Club.
- POLICE & FIRE
Sunday, April 28
A Dacula man locked his car doors, but that wasn't enough to keep a thief from breaking into his sport utility vehicle. The April 16 incident occurred at the Hamilton Mill Golf Club. The Dacula man told police he parked his vehicle in the corner of the parking lot close to Hamilton Mill Parkway at approximately 11 a.m. According to the police report, when the man left his vehicle to head to the driving range, there were no other cars nearby. After hitting golf balls, the man returned to his vehicle, retrieved his iPad but left a backpack containing a gun and other items in the SUV. After eating lunch at the clubhouse, the man returned to his vehicle to find the backpack and gun missing. The officer located pry marks around the window frame…
Incident one of several car break-ins that took place in Hamilton Mill during the overnight hours of Aug. 4.
- POLICE & FIRE
Friday, August 10, 2012
On Aug. 5, a Hamilton Mill homeowner discovered his GPS unit and a bag of change had been stolen out of his vehicle but, fortunately for one of his neighbors, the thief left something behind. According to the Gwinnett County Police report, the victim discovered a wallet and camera belonging to a man who lives nearby in his vehicle. The victim, whose vehicle had been left unlocked, also noticed some damage to the dashboard of the vehicle that appeared to have been caused when the thief or thieves attempted to remove the radio. The wallet and camera were returned to the neighbor, who decided not to file a report. The incidents, both on Lake Heights Circle in the High Point subdivision of Hamilton Mill, were two of four that occurred on that …