Eating the evidence
On May 9, Gwinnett County police issued arrest warrants charging a 22-year-old Lawnreceville man with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and tampering with evidence.
According to warrants, the man "knowingly destroyed physical evidence by eating marijuana to avoid prosecution for such charge." The incident happened near the intersection of Lawrenceville Highway and James Road.
Slapping a citation book
On May 8, Gwinnett County police issued arrest warrants charging a 32-year-old Norcross woman with obstruction and simple battery.
According to the warrants, the woman resisted arrest during an incident at 5555 Oakbrook Parkway -- and "slapped [the officer's] citation book out of [his] hand." Both charges are misdemeanors.
'Recklessly discharging fireworks'
On May 6, Gwinnett County police issued an arrest warrant charging a 17-year-old Norcross resident with reckless conduct, accusing him of "recklessly discharging fireworks" on Jimmy Carter Boulevard.
No further details were provided. The teen was also charged with driving without a license.