Attention shoppers: Watch out for flying energy drink cans in Aisle 8. While unsure if such an announcement went out at a Winder grocery store, it would have been accurate. A dispute that involved three women escalated when . The store manager broke things up, but when he called the cops, the woman chucking cans ran out of the store.
The case of a missing leg has been solved. In last week’s weird police news, a child-sized prosthetic had been found alongside a road in Watkinsville that had police wondering what to do to find the owner. On Thursday, . Apparently, the leg — a right leg painted black and adorned with planets and stars — may have fallen off the roof while the car was moving. Mom said the prosthesis was missing the shoe.
Apparently defending the honor of his wife, a by a man who said he only had a “mutual conversation” with the woman. The victim confronted the man at Little Mulberry Park, alleging he had made sexually suggestive remarks to his wife. When the man was leaving in his truck, the victim chased him down on his bicycle and told him not to talk to his wife anymore. He also said he was going to call police. The man in the truck, saying he thought he was going to be punched, sprayed the man in the face.
A Lawrenceville woman thought a nap on a back porch was a good idea. But Gwinnett police and the owner of the home did not. The woman put two lawn chairs together to take a snooze but woke up when the police arrived. “What the [expletive] are you doing in my house!” she yelled. The problem was, the house is in Sugar Hill and she wasn’t the owner.
From the department of “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is” comes a story about a . The man, who was in his car, was convinced by a man in another vehicle about a great deal for the electronic device. The duo went to a grocery store parking area, where the victim obtained money. After the thief was paid, he drove away, leaving the man with a FedEx box and an iPad-shaped tile. The funny thing about this incident — when the victim talked to the cops, he pointed out what he thought was the car driven by the man who stole his money. Police stopped the car, and while it wasn’t the suspect, the driver of the car was charged with marijuana possession.
A Dacula man who was stopped and arrested on a charge of soliciting without a permit said he had a backup plan in case he failed in his attempt to make an honest living. If things didn't work out, he told police he would just The man was arrested after a homeowner reported seeing a man knocking on doors and walking to the rear of the houses. The man, who was on probation, said he was going door-to-door to offer lawn services.
A report of loud music apparently sent Lilburn Police to a banquet hall recently, but . When police arrived, there was no loud music, but a person outside appeared to have been drinking. Inside, police found beer cans all over the joint. But nobody had a liquor license.
at an Athens home, but by whom? Local animal control and code enforcement officials said it wasn’t them, but apparently there was a caller who complained that if the animals weren’t removed, the compainant would remove them.
Now that’s erratic driving! A Hoschton teen hit a curb, almost struck two cars head-on and before she was pulled over. She admitted to drinking alcohol and taking cold medicine pills.