Buford Week in Review: Drug Arrests, Car Break-ins and News Posted by Readers

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 Jan. 25:

1. Police Find Several Pounds of Marijuana During Buford Traffic Stop

Two men arrested on charges of possessing marijuana with intent to distribute.

2. Man Calls Cops After Finding Meth in Son’s Room

Mother tells police drug habit may explain why her son broke into a gas station.


The Buford man and two passengers were arrested after stolen cancer medications, shoes and Barbie dolls located. A package of “Doom,” suspected to be synthetic marijuana, also found.

4. Downtown Buford Restaurant Improves Score From 56 to 98

A look at the most recent restaurant inspections by the East Metro Health District.

5. The Most and Least Expensive Homes on the Market in Buford: Jan. 20

Looking for an investment opportunity? Have several million dollars to spare? Here's a look at the most and least expensive homes currently on the market in Buford, Ga.


Gwinnett County Police are investigating several car break-ins that occurred on Jan. 12 at the Mall of Georgia.

7. Boy Who Allegedly Threatened to Kill Another Student Allowed to Return to Class

 13-year-old boy who allegedly threatened to kill 14 other students this past fall has been allowed to return to class.


Find out what news readers like you have posted on Buford Patch during the past week and learn how you can share your own news and events.

9. Buford Area Foreclosures: Jan. 23

A closer look at five foreclosures currently for sale in Buford.


A Tucker-area woman suspected of injecting the drug oxycodone argued with her husband while he drove and reportedly bit him on the arm. 

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