Thursday, March 14, 2013
Police believe the caller's incident may be connected to another case that allegedly took place in the same room of a Norcross Guest Inn.
The Norcross Police Department is searching for an anonymous 911 caller alleging she was raped in 2012 because they believe the incident may be related to a similar case in Norcross. According to Sgt. Bill Grogan of Norcross Police, a man was arrested in early March on charges of rape and aggravated sodomy on a 21-year-old female he met at the Guest Inn in Norcross. Police have asked for the suspect's identity not to be released. The victim told police that a week before the incident, the two met at a bar in Atlanta, and they exchanged phone calls. On the night of the incident, they met at the hotel, where the crimes allegedly took place. She reported it to police the next morning. During the investigation, evidence led police to believe …
Monday, November 12, 2012
Raymundo Aranda-Parra, 24, is being charged in the case involving Griselda Cibrian, the 14-year-old who was reported missing Sunday afternoon in Glennville and was found in Norcross.
UPDATED: 2:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12. Raymundo Aranda-Parra has been charged with interference with custody and statutory rape, according to Norcross Police. He is being transferred from the Norcross Police Department to the Gwinnett County Detention Center where he will be held without bond. -------- Norcross Police say Griselda Cibrian, the 14-year-old from Glennville who was reported missing Sunday afternoon and found in Norcross on Monday morning, went voluntarily with 24-year-old Raymundo Aranda-Parra, and it was not an abduction. The investigation so far has indicated that Cibrian and Aranda-Parra have had an online relationship for seven months, Sgt. Bill Grogan of Norcross PD said during a press conference. The Sunday incident was …
Greselda Cibrian, a 14-year-old girl, had been taken from Glennville, Ga., on Sunday.
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Monday, November 12, 2012
Norcross police found missing 14-year-old Amber Alert victim Griselda Cibrian at an area motel Monday morning, according to a news release from the police department. The girl had called her mother shortly before and told her where she was, police said. She was picked up at about 8:20 a.m. She had been reported missing from Glennville in southeast Georgia on Sunday afternoon. About an hour later, police found the man Griselda left Glennville with, 24-year-old Raymundo Aranda-Parra, and took him into custody, according to the news release. Police said Aranda-Parra is being held on the charge of interference with custody while detectives investigate. The story is developing. Patch will have more details later.
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Norcross PD said the home, where Nicholas Jackson was fatally shot, was the intended location.
The Norcross Police Department issued a statement Wednesday afternoon saying that robbery was the likely motive for the Feb. 2 fatal shooting of Nicholas Jackson II, and that his home was the intended location for the robbery. At a Progressive Development Committee meeting Wednesday morning, Police Chief Warren Summers made it clear that Norcross PD believes the murder and home invasion incident was a targeted event, and not a random act of violence. "This was not something that you have to worry about at your home," he said. "This is not a random event, if you will, where they just decide to pick out a house because it looks like a nice house to go in and do a home invasion." According to the press release, weapons, ski masks, …