Incident reportedly happened as the students were walking toward the bus after school.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, December 10, 2012
A sixth grade student is facing a charge of terroristic threats and acts after a Dec. 3 incident at Dacula Middle School. According to Jorge Quintana, Director of Media Relations for Gwinnett County Public Schools, the sixth grader allegedly made a threatening statement to another student as they were walking toward the bus lanes after school. "Dacula Middle administrators immediately looked into the case and were in touch with parents as well as the school resource officer," Quintana wrote in an email to Dacula Patch. GCPS did not disclose any further details regarding the incident. In addition to the criminal charge, the student is also facing school disciplinary measures. You might also be interested in reading:
Employee says woman has made numerous harassing calls.
- POLICE & FIRE
Thursday, November 8, 2012
A patient who was upset about having to reschedule an appointment reportedly made her displeasure known in no uncertain terms. An employee of a Teron Trace medical clinic called police on Oct. 26 to report the patient, a Dacula woman, had threatened to blow up the building. According to the police report, the patient was late for an appointment and was advised to make a new one. The woman reportedly became upset and called the clinic repeatedly, allegedly saying during one of the calls, “I’m going to blow your building up.” The employee advised the facility is a psychiatric outpatient clinic and she wished to file a report since the patient had been harassing and threatening them. The case is listed as active. You might also be interested …