Weird Crime News: Suspect Caught with Drugs Asks Officer, 'Do You Want Some?'
The Lawrenceville woman admitted to being high on meth when she allegedly attacked a hotel employee with a shovel.
Looking to make a deal? A Lawrenceville woman, who admitted to being high on meth when she allegedly attacked a hotel employee with a shovel, also had 42 Oxycodone and Zolpidem pills when police searched her purse. When an officer asked if she had any more drugs on her, she replied, "Why? Do you want some?"
I’m here to clean you out: Police are looking for a man who they believe lied to enter several Athens-area businesses and steal wallets. To gain access to the offices, he claimed to be on a work detail, such as cleaning the carpets or checking for pests. Once in, he scooped up the personal items. He also fit the description of the suspect sought for similar offenses in Barrow County.
She has, um, issues: A woman, irate over the buffet price at a Ryan’s restaurant, told the manager she "wanted to talk to a white manager and one that spoke English clearly," according to an Oconee Sheriff’s Department report. The reporting deputy also wrote the woman “began to call [the manager] a Muslim and told him if he wanted to live in her country, he needed to speak clear English." The woman was asked to leave by the manager but didn’t until the deputy told her she had to go.
Beware of the "Iron Pigs." A man removed from a Buford nightspot for disorderly conduct told police that if he wasn’t released, he and other members of the “Iron Pigs” would show up at an officer’s house to kill him and his family. The man, who was in a wheelchair, reportedly threw beer bottles, toppled audio speakers, entered the ladies restroom and scuffled with security personnel, who eventually placed him in handcuffs. He also spat on police. When asked his name, he replied, "All you need to know is Iron Pigs [expletive deleted],” according to the police report.
Frustration relief: A former student at a Dacula-area school, who said he was upset for being told he was on the road to hell, was caught after urinating on the school's front doors. "I know it is stupid and I made a mistake pissing on the doors," the 18-year-old told police, who were patrolling near Hebron Christian Academy and noticed the teen’s suspicious behavior. The teen said he "hates the school for telling him he would go to hell,” according to the police report. He also admitted to stealing a flask of booze from his mother and drinking all of it. His blood-alcohol reading was .226.
Tax harasser: A Norcross woman told police another woman is so obsessed with her husband that the woman stole his tax information and is blackmailing her for money. The victim also said she’s been receiving threatening phone calls and texts from the woman, who allegedly pretended to be the wife to get hubby's tax info from the Internal Revenue Service.
His eyes gave him away: A Lawrenceville man, accused of trying to run over a Lilburn Police Department officer, said he was looking down when the incident happened and he didn’t mean to do it. But one of his friends contradicted that assertion: "No man, you were driving, so you had to be looking up, not down," the friend said, according to the police report. The officer, who was acting as a courtesy officer at an apartment complex, said he had made eye contact with the driver before jumping out of the way of the car.