The following information was pulled from DeKalb County Police Department’s Crimetrac system (www.crimemapping.com/map/ga/dekalbcounty) for the zip code 30319 and the lower Buford Highway corridor.  The information on the website is presumed accurate.

Burglary

2400 block of Colonial Drive – A commercial burglary, using forced entry, was reported on June 6.

3900 block of Peachtree Road – A commercial burglary, using forced entry, was reported on June 6.

Assault

2400 block of Drew Valley Road – Simple battery was reported on June 3.

Auto Theft

700 block of Brookhaven Avenue – Theft of an auto was reported on June 1.

1300 block of Epping Forest Drive – Theft by taking (auto) was reported on June 2.

Theft

3100 block of Osborne Road – Theft by taking was reported on May 25.

2700 block of Mabry Road – Theft by taking was reported on May 25.

3800 block of Peachtree Road – Theft of lost or mislaid property was reported on May 27.

3400 block of Ashford Dunwoody Road – Shoplifting was reported on June 1.

3800 block of Peachtree Road – Theft of mislaid property was reported on June 7.

Vehicle Break-in/Larceny

3500 block of Sunderland Circle – Entering an auto was reported on May 30.

3700 block of Ashford Creek Hills –A larceny of articles from a vehicle was reported on May 30.

3700 block of Ashford Creek Hills –A larceny of articles from a vehicle was reported on May 30.

3500 block of Sunderland Circle – Entering an auto was reported on May 31.

1600 block of Dresden Drive – Entering an auto with intent of theft was reported on June 2.

1800 block of Dresden Drive –A larceny of articles from a vehicle was reported on June 3.

2400 block of Oostanaula Drive – Entering an auto was reported on June 7.

Fraud

2900 block of Brookhaven Avenue – Illegal use of a credit card was reported on June 2.

Other

1200 block of Standard Drive – Vandalism was reported on May 28.

1700 block of Dresden Drive – Public intoxication was reported on June 3.

2400 block East Club Drive – Criminal trespass that caused damage was reported on June 7.