Buford Week in Review: Police Impersonator, Food Residue, 'Robo-ing' and More
Here's a look at the most viewed stories on Buford Patch during the past week. Click on the links to see what your friends and neighbors have been reading.
Here are the 10 most popular stories on Buford Patch for the week ending Feb. 22:
A Buford man was arrested on Feb. 16 after reportedly claiming he was a Gwinnett County Police officer.
No one was injured in a Feb. 18 fire that caused extensive damage to a Hamilton Mill Road business.
Jeremiah Johnson, 33, was wanted in Gwinnett on charges stemming from a Jan. 11 traffic stop in Buford, Ga. His 5-year-old son was in the car when he crashed into the police cruiser. The child was seriously injured.
A woman reportedly fired warning gunshots into the air after a man mistakenly knocked on her back door.
The Department of Natural Resources confirmed that crews are searching for George M. Counts of Tucker.
A Sugar Hill man who admitted taking a large quantity of cold medicine was arrested after being found walking in the parking lot of the Buford Target in a disoriented state.
A look at recent health inspections for Buford, Ga. restaurants.
A look at five of the foreclosures on the market in Buford this week.
Several Buford residents were booked into the Gwinnett County Jail between Feb. 16 and Feb. 19.
Chrysler having difficulty meeting demand for Wranglers and Jeep Grand Cherokees, but there are plenty of used Jeeps on the market in Buford.