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Six people claiming to be members of a religious group charged in death of woman found in car trunk

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GDP Script/ Top Stories for Sept 17th

Publish Date:  Sept 17th

From the Henssler Financial Studio Welcome to the Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

Today is Sunday, September 17th, and happy heavenly birthday to Hank Williams.


I’m Bruce Jenkins and here are your top stories presented by Mall of Georgia Chrysler Dodge Jeep.

  1. Six people claiming to be members of a religious group charged in death of woman found in car trunk
  2. Braves postseason tickets on sale next week
  3. Police investigating possible homicide near Gwinnett Place Mall


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       Story 1. Six people claiming to be members of a religious group charged in death of woman found in car trunk


Six individuals claiming to be members of a religious group have been charged in the death of a woman found in a car trunk. The victim, whose identity is not yet disclosed, was discovered weighing approximately 70 pounds. Eric Hyun and five others face charges including felony murder, false imprisonment, tampering with evidence, and concealing the death. Hyun allegedly drove the vehicle containing the body and left it in a spa parking lot before seeking medical attention for unrelated injuries. Investigators suspect the crime took place in a Lawrenceville home's basement. The cause of death remains undetermined, possibly related to malnourishment. The victim's family in South Korea has not been notified, and authorities cannot release her name yet. Anyone with information is urged to contact authorities for potential rewards......…….. read more at gwinnettdailypost.com

STORY 2: Braves Post Season Tickets Presale


Single-game tickets for potential National League Division Series and National League Championship Series games at Truist Park will be available to the general public on September 22 at 10 a.m. Premium Club Members and A-List Members get early access starting on September 21 at 10 a.m. Fans can also sign up for the Braves Insider Newsletter by September 20 to receive a presale code for September 21 at noon. Tickets are limited, and the presale is open to residents of the seven states in Braves Country. Additionally, single-game postseason tickets will be offered on SeatGeek, the official fan-to-fan ticket marketplace of the Braves


Story 3: Police investigating possible homicide near Gwinnett Place Mall

Gwinnett County police are investigating two deaths in the vicinity of Gwinnett Place Mall in Duluth. In the most recent incident, officers responded to a shooting report, finding a deceased individual in a blue Chevrolet pickup truck. A person of interest was detained, and the victim's identity will be disclosed after notifying next-of-kin. The motive for this incident is still under investigation, with no apparent connection to a previous "Person Dead" case near Jeju Sauna, just minutes away. In the prior case, a body was discovered in a vehicle's trunk after a report of suspicious activity at the sauna location. Homicide detectives are involved in both investigations.

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Break 2:   Slappey- Tom Wages - Obits – Cumming Fair


Story 4: Gwinnett County Fair returns for an 11-day run


The Gwinnett County Fair has commenced with a new fair manager and traditional attractions, including rides, livestock, and deep-fried Oreos. The fair runs until September 24th at the county fairgrounds in Lawrenceville. It operates from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays, 11 a.m. to midnight on Saturdays, and 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sundays. Admission is $10 for ages 12 to 64, $5 for seniors 65 and over, and $5 for youth ages 6 to 11. Children under 5 are free with a paid adult, and there is free admission for active and retired military, law enforcement, and fire department personnel with proper ID.




Story 5: Gas South District Speaker Series will highlight 'Metro Matters' on Sept. 27


The Gas South District Speaker Series, sponsored by Northside Hospital, aims to educate local residents about various topics presented by experts in local, national, and global events. The upcoming session on September 27th at the Gas South Convention Center in Duluth, titled "Metro Matters," will explore collaboration among metro municipalities and its positive impact on communities. Moderated by Monica Kaufman Pearson, the panel includes Nicole Love Hendrickson, Chairwoman of the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners, Anna Roach, CEO of the Atlanta Regional Commission, and Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens. The event offers individual and group tickets with lunch provided, starting at 11 a.m. and encouraging networking until 11:30 a.m. Ticket information is available at www.gassouth.com.


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Story 6: Georgia Gwinnett College economist discusses thoughts for upcoming Federal Reserve meeting


The Federal Reserve Board faces a challenging decision at its upcoming meeting regarding interest rates and inflation. Dr. Philip Vinson, an economist at Georgia Gwinnett College, believes that raising interest rates is effective in addressing inflation, even if it doesn't immediately lower prices. Instead, it aims to reduce the rate of price increases. While inflation has dropped from its peak of 9% to around 3.2%, it remains above the Fed's 2% target. Further rate hikes could risk pushing the economy into a recession, impacting business growth, employment, housing, and the stock market. The Fed's choice between hitting the inflation target and avoiding a recession will be a critical one.


Story 7: Gwinnett police looking for suspect in theft at Peachtree Corners Target


Gwinnett County police are searching for a woman accused of stealing three Epson computer printers and children's clothing from a Target store in Peachtree Corners on August 31. The suspect allegedly placed the stolen items in a cart and left the store without paying. She is described as a slim-built Black woman wearing a white hooded jacket, white pants, and white shoes. Police have released a surveillance image and are seeking assistance in identifying her. Anyone with information is urged to contact detectives or Crime Stoppers for a possible cash reward

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