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Buford Week in Review: Goodwill Theft, Dirty Food Slicer and More Reasons Not to Use Crack

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. 8:

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Arrestee claimed the only reason he had the scale was so that he didn’t get ripped off when buying marijuana.

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

3. Rape Investigation Leads to Arrest of Burglary Suspect

An investigation into an alleged rape led Gwinnett County Police to a suspect in a string of convenience store burglaries.

4. Man Accused of Demanding Sex Act As Payment for Crack Cocaine

A 23-year-old woman said she was raped by a Buford man to whom she owed money for crack cocaine.

5. The Least Expensive Homes on the Market in Buford: Feb. 4

Looking for an investment opportunity? Here are a few of the more affordably priced homes on the market in Buford, Ga.

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A look at local job opportunities.

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Stories from Patch sites across Georgia.

8. Man Assaulted After Refusing to Loan Woman Money to Buy Crack

n Athens woman, upset that a man wouldn’t give her money to buy crack, struck him in the head with a jar of olives. 

9. Buford Area Foreclosures: Feb. 6

Details on five of the foreclosures currently listed in Buford.

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Gwinnett County Police are attempting to determine who is responsible for the theft of nearly $3,000 in cash from the Hamilton Mill Goodwill store.

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