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Peachtree Road Sees Rash Of Vehicle Break-ins

One instance of disorderly conduct on Skyland Drive also makes this week's look at recent crimes in the 30319 zip code.


Here's a look at recent crime reports in Brookhaven's 30319 zip code, as reported by CrimeMapping.com:

  • Public Intoxication
    1100 block Victoria Drive
    12/1/12, 6:26 am
  • Vehicle break-in
    4100 block Buford Highway
    12/2/12, 7:43 pm

  • Vehicle break-in
    4100 block Buford Highway
    12/2/12, 7:11 pm

  • Shoplifting
    4000 block Buford Highway
    12/3/12, 10:30 am

  • Theft/Larceny
    3800 block Peachtree Road
    12/7/12, 5:20 pm

  • Vehicle break-in
    3600 block Sunderland Circle
    12/18/12, 8:00 pm

  • Motor Vehicle Theft
    2700 block Ashford Dunwoody Road
    12/19/12, 12 pm

  • Vehicle Break-in
    4000 block Peachtree Road
    12/20/12, 6:35 pm

  • Disorderly Conduct
    Skyland Drive
    12/20/12, 11:37 am

  • Vehicle break-in
    3900 block Peachtree Road
    12/20/12, 2:00 pm

  • Vehicle Break-in
    3900 block Peachtree Road
    12/20/12, 6:30 pm

  • Burglary
    2600 block Ashford Dunwoody Road
    12/20/12, 11:00 am

  • Vehicle break-in
    4000 block Buford Highway
    12/21/12, 8:21 pm

  • Theft of Automobile
    1500 block Aragon Way
    12/21/12, 9:30 pm

  • Vehicle Break In
    1500 block Aragon Way
    12/21/12, 8:30 pm

  • Vandalism
    2000 block Dresden Drive
    12/21/12, 5:00 pm

  • Burglary
    2000 block Dresden Drive
    12/21/12, 5:00 pm

  • Assault/Battery
    3800 block Buford Highway
    12/22/12, 1:38 pm

  • Theft/Larceny
    3600 block Ashford Dunwoody Road
    12/22/12, 10:00 am

  • Loitering/Prowling
    3100 block Lynwood Drive
    12/23/12, 11:03 pm

  • Larceny from Mail
    3200 block Lynwood Drive
    12/23/12, 8:00 am

  • Larceny
    1000 block Pine Grove Avenue
    12/24/12, 12:26 pm
  • Theft of Automobile
    3700 block Ashford Dunwoody Road
    12/25/12, 10:00 am
Jason Brickell December 28, 2012 at 02:36 PM
In the 30319 zip code, there were 22 car break-ins in the last 30 days. Can the police do anything about this?
Enuff Govt Already December 29, 2012 at 11:27 PM
Is it a police issue or our issue as residents? If we got in the habit of removing the valuables from our cars then the thieves would leave. Face it as long as we are in the habit of leaving $2k laptops on the backseat we are a prime fishing hole. The police (govt) are not our security guards. http://dunwoody.patch.com/articles/dunwoody-police-report-more-auto-break-ins http://dunwoody.patch.com/articles/news-nearby-16-reported-thefts-from-vehicles-in-three-day-period-in-sandy-springs http://buckhead.patch.com/articles/police-buckhead-seeing-uptick-in-crime

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