Posted: Saturday, November 24th 2012 at 9:21am
Two arrested in connection with Gwinnett murder
LAWRENCEVILLE - Two men faced charges Saturday in connection with the apparent stabbing murder of a Gwinnett County woman earlier this week.
Police found the victim's vehicle at Sugarloaf Mills Mall. A search of the vehicle and a residence at 1474 Alamein Drive near Lawrenceville lead to the arrests. Police said the murder happened on the same street at 1403.
The victim, 64 year old woman, Parviz Moledina, lived on that street. Police Corporal Jake Smith told Fox Five that neighbors made the initial call.
"They had noticed, I believe it was, the day prior some suspicious activity. The day they called, they actually noticed the victim's garage door was up and her vehicle was missing, which was out of character for the victim," Smith said.
Eric Lamont Bolling is charged with felony murder and theft by receiving. Justin Eldridge was charged with theft by receiving. Police did not provide ages or cities of residence for either suspect.
They're being held without bond.
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