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Man charged with sexually assaulting clients during massages

SUWANEE, Ga. -- The owner of a massage parlor was arrested and charged with several counts of sexual abuse.

Jianghong Wang, the owner of BLC Massage, is charged with Sexual Battery, Aggravated Sexual Battery and two counts of Simple Battery after police say he assaulted his clients during their messages.

BLC Massage is located at 3255 Lawrenceville Suwanee Rd.

Suwanee police said they started investigating the business after a woman came to them earlier this month. "The initial victim came forward and said that during the course of the massage she had been touched inappropriately," Capt. Cass Mooney said.

A woman claiming to be the co-owner of the business said nothing ever happened. "It's already hurting business," said Amy Lee. "Never anything happened."

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No charges filed but suspensions remain for students accused of hazing

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. -- A police department has decided not to file charges against several Gwinnett County students accused of hazing. 

Six Parkview High School upperclassmen were accused of hazing incoming freshman in hotel rooms at an out-of-state tournament in June. An allegation was also made of inappropriate physical contact by an older student toward one of the freshmen. 

Water restored after Buford Highway water main break

GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. -- A large water main break shut down part of Buford Highway and impacted water service to at least one school, as well as several other customers in the area.

The break happened in the area of Buford Highway and Woods Creek Lane in Suwanee. Gwinnett Water Management said a 10-inch main broke. The cause was not immediately known.

Roberts Elementary School did not have water service Tuesday morning. Gwinnett County Schools spokeswoman Sloan Roach said classes were not canceled. Instead, water trucks were brought to the school, and students were given bottled water.

Gwinnett County spokeswoman Heather Sawyer said water service was restored late Tuesday morning, and a temporary repair to the break is expected to be in place by 5 p.m. No boil water advisory was issued.

Deputies called to home 54 times before fatal shooting

FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. -- Deputies had been called 54 times in seven years to a home that was the site of a murder-suicide last week.

Authorities say Matthew Fields shot and killed his 32-year-old wife, Rebecca Manning, and her two children last week before killing himself. He also shot and wounded Manning's 75-year-old father.

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Witness haunted: Despite 911 call, children and mother murdered

ATLANTA (WXIA) -- Investigators continue to try to pinpoint what drove a man allegedly to shoot and kill his wife and her two young sons in their Forsyth County home Wednesday morning.

And no one is more heartbroken than the witness who may have been the last person outside the home to see the boys alive.

It was the evening before they were murdered. She called 911 when she saw the boys in the front yard as their mother and her husband were screaming at each other in a violent confrontation.

What did not happen next haunts her.

Woman called 911 hours before Forsyth Co. murder-suicide

SUWANEE, Ga. – Authorities say the suspected gunman in a Forsyth County murder-suicide had a history of run-ins.

Victims identified in Forsyth County shooting

SUWANEE, Ga. – Two young children were among four people killed in a shooting in Forsyth County early Wednesday.

Authorities say 32-year-old Matthew Fields shot his wife, 37-year-old Rebecca Manning, her two children and her 75-year-old father, Jerry Manning. Police believe Fields then shot and killed himself.

The two children, 8-year-old Jared Will Smith and 9-year-old Jacob "Jake" Jerry Dean Smith, were students at Johns Creek Elementary School.

Neighbors said that Jared's 8th birthday was just last week.