5 things Gwinnett needs to know: Sheriff says police being dehumanized by "hate groups"

1. In a scathing 818-word statement, Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway declared that "all lives matter" and said those making allegations of racism against law enforcement officers are "hate groups" and "domestic terrorists with an agenda." Read more.

2. A search warrant gives details into the Gwinnet brothers attack on parents. The warrant says one of the sons "had been planning this since he was eleven years old." Read more.

3. Snellville police recently declined to respond to a "disgusting" and "racially insensitive" anonymous call about a black couple and their white baby, the department said. Read more.

4. With room for not quite 1,000 students, the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology in Lawrenceville holds a lottery drawing to select each new class. Read more.

5. One of the suspects in last year's fatal, rap rivalry-fueled shooting at a Gwinnett hotel killed himself last week, officials said. Read more.