Gwinnett County police arrested two men Saturday in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 64-year-old Lawrenceville woman.
Parviz Moledina was killed Wednesday at her home on Alamein Drive. Her car was stolen and later found at a nearby shopping mall.
Her son, Fred Jessa, talked to CBS Atlanta News Saturday about the quick arrests from investigators on finding the murder suspects.
"It's an excellent job with what they've done. They worked around the clock, " Jessa said of Gwinnett County police.
Based on evidence found in the vehicle, police issued search warrants and subsequently arrested Eric Lamont Bolling and Justin Eldridge.
Bolling has been charged with murder and theft by receiving. Eldridge is charged with theft by receiving.
Bolling was a neighbor of the victim.
CBS Atlanta News knocked on Bolling's mother's door Saturday afternoon. She spoke to us through the front door saying she was stressed by her son's felony murder charge.
The victim's son told CBS Atlanta News that his mother was a breast cancer survivor. Moledina bought the home on Alamein Drive six months ago, around the time her breast cancer went into remission, according to her son.
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