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FLIGHT OF THE DISCHORDS: A passenger reported a Florida man talking strangely on a shuttle bus at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The man reportedly said someone needs to blow up the airport.
A police officer spoke with the 61-year-old man from Palm City, Fla. "[The man] advised that he was mad because this was the third time Delta made him miss his flight. They made him stay in Atlanta, costing him to pay for a hotel. He did say he wanted someone to blow up the airport, but he was mad and was not serious, he is just tired of Delta making him miss his flight and costing him more money. He said he was sorry and didn't mean any harm. He will just never fly Delta and not fly through Atlanta anymore." No charges filed.
PUSSY PROBLEMS? On Pharr Road, a woman said her neighbor confronted her and said she knew the woman has "herperies," an officer wrote. The woman said she doesn't know how her neighbor could know that about her. Also, the woman said she "has not seen her cat in several days and believes" the same neighbor "has kidnapped the cat."
STUCK IN THE MIDDLE AGAIN: "I could see a bouge in his waste band," a police officer wrote. The suspect was an 18-year-old youth, who allegedly walked across Warren Street without using a crosswalk. "I told [him] to keep his hands were I could see them," the officer wrote. "[The teen] started to move his hands toward his waste band." The officer lifted up the teen's shirt and allegedly found a loaded revolver in his waistband. The teen said he bought the gun because he lives in a bad area. He was charged with carrying a concealed weapon.
MEET OFFICER SPELLGOOD: A 52-year-old man got several warnings to leave Grady Memorial Hospital. A police officer wrote: "After he was there harassing there patience at the hospital [the man] left the Hospital and came back on property a short time later and whent into the restroom and lock the door ... ." The officer charged the man for "breach of peace" and took him to jail.
FUNNY MONEY: An officer dealt with an upset man on Lynhurst Drive. The man said several months ago, he got a call from a stranger saying the man had won the lottery. The officer wrote, "The suspect said that a requirement to collect the grand prize was to prepay President Obama. [The man] was required to make payments to the suspect over several months. [The man] made an estimated dozen payments totaling about $15,000."
The man said he called police when he discovered he was being scammed. The man said when he told the suspect there would be no more payments, the suspect threatened to take the man's family to Texas and leave them at the border if he did not comply. The man is now fully aware that he was scammed with the fake lottery call, the officer wrote.
SOMETHING FISHY: At a pharmacy on Broad Street, a security guard said a man tried to steal items, but was discovered and ran away. Apparently, the same man returned to the same store later that day. The man allegedly put a bottle of 60 fish oil tablets in his pocket and tried to leave without paying. He said he took the fish oil tablets because he didn't get paid until later that same day. The 45-year-old man went to jail on a shoplifting charge.
NAKED AND SLEEPY: An officer dealt with a call about a suspicious truck parked on vacant property on Lookout Avenue. When the officer arrived, he noticed a man and woman "were completely naked, passed out in the truck, and they had three empty bags of cocaine in the vehicle with them," he wrote. The man, 40, and the woman, 43, went to jail on a public indecency charge. The truck, a 1994 white Mazda B23, was impounded.
NAKED SHOPPING: One Tuesday around 2 p.m., a completely nude man allegedly walked into a Blockbuster on Ponce de Leon Avenue. Apparently, the nude man fled before police arrived. But the following Tuesday around 2 p.m., the same naked man walked into the same Blockbuster store. A witness identified him. Police charged the 31-year-old man with indecent exposure and took him to jail. An officer wrote, "When I asked [the man] why he was nude in the store, he stated that it was because 'white people piss him off.'"
NOT-SO-INVISIBLE MAN: Around 5:30 p.m., a naked man walked out of his apartment complex on Campbellton Road. Other people and children saw the naked man, according to the security guard at the apartment complex. "He stated that he was having foreplay with his girlfriend and that he was chasing her around the apartment naked when she ran outside," an officer wrote. "[He] stated that he did not realize he was outside until he was about 15 feet out his door." The man said he apologized to the security guard and went back inside his apartment. The man, 19, was ticketed for public indecency.
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