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(Lilburn, Georgia) Gwinnett County Police have arrested 37 year old Shane Mattadeen after a three hour Swat standoff at 4119 Mayflower Court in Lilburn. Shortly before 1pm, a Gwinnett County Police Officer on patrol was approached by a woman who said she was having a problem with her son. The woman told the officer that last night her son put a knife to her throat and threatened to kill her. This morning, the suspect told his mother that he was going to kill her again. At that point, the mother left the location. She left at the home three children and her son’s girlfriend.
Realizing the urgency of the situation, police made efforts to make contact with the girlfriend through the suspect’s mother. The girlfriend informed the mother that she had left the location with the three children ages 20 months, 12 years and 13 years and went to a local restaurant. After police made physical contact with the girlfriend and children the Swat team was activated. A reverse 911 call was initiated inside of the subdivision to inform residents to shelter in place. Shortly thereafter, communication was established with the suspect and efforts began to negotiate his surrender.
Throughout negotiations, the suspect made numerous threats to commit suicide by cop. He also came to the front door, acted as if he was going to surrender and went back inside the home. We have since learned that the suspect is wanted for federal Hobbs Act charges and will face state charges as well for today’s incident.
(Buford, Georgia) Do you know this woman? The Gwinnett County Police Department would like to. She is accused of cashing a forged, fake check for $3,450.00 at the SunTrust Bank inside a Buford Publix on April 1st at around 10:50 AM. No warrants have been issued because they have no idea who she is.
If anyone has any information to share in this case, please contact the Electronic and Financial Crimes Unit at 770 513-5300. To remain anonymous, tipsters should contact Crime Stoppers at 404 577-TIPS (8477) or visit www.crimestoppersatlanta.org. Crime Stoppers tipsters can receive up to $2,000 for information leading to an arrest and indictment in this case. Case Number(s): 16-029673
(Lawrenceville, Georgia) The Gwinnett County Police Department is proud to announce that we will be hosting our first-ever summer Youth Police Academy. The Youth Police Academy has been established to give teens interested in a career in law enforcement a behind-the-scenes look at how we make police officers. The GCPD Youth Police Academy is scheduled for July 25th – 29th, 2016. The Academy will be hosted at the Gwinnett County Police Training Center located at 854 Winder Highway in Lawrenceville.
The Youth Police Academy will include classroom instruction, team building, and character development. The topics will range from uniform patrol, criminal investigations, crime scene investigations, traffic stops, firearms safety, gangs and narcotics awareness. In addition to classroom instruction attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in hands-on demonstrations of basic defensive tactics and crime scene processing. The academy will also include guided tours of police headquarters, the 911 Communications Center, and the jail. Other outdoor activities will include demonstrations from the Motors Unit, K9, Aviation, SWAT, and EOD.
Interested applicants will be required to handwrite an essay explaining why they are interested in attending the GCPD Youth Police Academy. The essay should be approximately 100 words. There will be a maximum of 30 students in the academy and preference will be given to Gwinnett County residents. Applicants must be at least 13 years old by the first day of academy and must not be older than 17 years old on the last day of academy.
For their attendance and hard work during the GCPD Youth Police Academy attendees will receive a Gwinnett County Police Department Youth Police Academy t-shirt, a GCPD water bottle, and a certificate of completion at graduation.
The completed packet must be mailed, faxed, or emailed to Sgt. Michael Marchese at the GCPD Training Center no later than Thursday, June 30th.
Link to YPA Packet (guidelines, waiver, and forms):
Therese Gunn, 53, of Grayson was taken into custody after she turned herself into the Gwinnett County Jail on Friday, May 6th. She is accussed of having sexual relations with a 17-year old male student at South Gwinnett High School. The arrest stemed from a police report filed by a Snellville woman claiming Ms Gunn had been having a sexual relationship with her 17-year old son.
During the investigations police learned that sexual activity had occurred at the school, at the teacher’s home and at Lenora Park. It was also learned that the Ms Gunn had hosted a party at her Grayson home where she allowed the young man and two other female students to smoke marijuana with her.
Ms. Gunn bonded out of jail on Saturday, May 7th.