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TV show: Kelly Nash had gunshot wound

TV show: Kelly Nash had gunshot wound

HALL COUNTY, Ga. – An Investigation Discovery documentary alleges that a Buford man found in Lake Lanier died from a gunshot wound.

Kelly Nash, 25, went missing in the early morning hours of Jan. 5. He left behind his wallet, phone, ID and truck.

Family and friends launched an extensive search for Nash, offering a reward that grew to more than $50,000.

Suspect arrested in luxury car thefts

Suspect arrested in luxury car thefts

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. -- Police in Gwinnett County believe they've caught a man behind a string of luxury car thefts.

Investigators believe Deshun Williams masterminded a key-swapping theft ring where the criminals take fake key fobs to a dealership, then secretly switch them out for real ones.

Officers say Williams stole a $250,000worth of high-end vehicles, scratched out the VIN numbers, and resold them.

Police are also investigating Williams in connection with another string of stolen cars.

Williams is facing several charges, including theft by taking and theft by deception.

Suspect sought in Buford smash-and-grab

Suspect sought in Buford smash-and-grab

BUFORD, Ga. -- Police are asking for help in identifying a suspect involved in a smash-and-grab at a Verizon Wireless store in Buford.

The burglary took place March 16 at a store located at 5965 Cumming Highway. The suspect is seen on surveillance footage smashing a front window with a sledgehammer and entering the store.

Police say he them stole some 15 items valued at more than $5,000.

Authorities believe the individual is possibly tied to similar crimes in DeKalb and Cobb counties.

Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 404-577-8477.

Suspect arrested after he calls 911

Suspect arrested after he calls 911

BUFORD, Ga -- Police should always be so lucky. A Buford man was arrested for shoplifting after he called 911 himself.

Alfonso Aguilar, 42, of Buford was spotted by loss prevention officers at the Walmart on Buford Drive Monday night. They followed him out of the store after watching him steal several items.

When the employees identified themselves as loss prevention Aguilar pulled out a knife and
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swung it widely
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and ran, according to a Gwinnett County Police incident report.
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So he actually produces a knife in the course of this trying to resist these two guys who he claims later are trying to abduct him or assault him," Cpl. Jake Smith said.

Arrest made in Gwinnett County murder

Arrest made in Gwinnett County murder

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. – A suspect has been arrested in a fatal shooting at a Gwinnett County apartment complex.

Quindarius Keshun Morton turned himself in to the Gwinnett County Detention Center Saturday afternoon. Morton, who goes by Q, was charged with felony murder and aggravated assault in the death of 22-year-old Reginald Bien-Aime.

According to Gwinnett County Police Sgt. Brian Doan, the shooting happened Thursday at the Reserve at Ivy Creek apartments on Appaloosa Lane, not far from the Mall of Georgia.

Doan said the person who called 911 reported hearing between four and six gunshots. When officers arrived, they found Bien-Aime dead behind the wheel of a passenger car.

Police have not yet released a motive in the shooting.

Personal Safety Tips

Personal Safety Tips

By Greg Norred, CEO, Norred & Associates

Over the course of your life, the chances of being the victim of a crime are at least one in three, higher if you live in a large city, and higher still if you’re a woman. The criminal’s objective is to maximize gain and minimize risk, and he’ll usually pick the easiest target with the most to offer. Given these odds, it pays to take precautions by following some basic safety rules:

Cops: Atlantans arrested using info stolen in major corporate security breach

Cops: Atlantans arrested using info stolen in major corporate security breach

(ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE) -- Twelve metro Atlanta residents were arrested in Boise, Idaho, after attempting to buy high-dollar gift cards with “credit card numbers stolen in one of the major corporate security breaches,” according to police.

Detectives believe the suspects traveled to Boise from Georgia to commit the crime, then planned to sell the gift cards and pocket the cash.

Arrested are:

Jonathan Kennard Penn, 20, Suwanee

Charles Ontavious Moore, 25, Stone Mountain