The officer observed him throw the glass with beer into the shrubs. The man was very unsteady and tripped over the curb. The officer approached him and asked the customer why he took the beer out of the bar and then threw it into the bushes.
The man said, "What glass of beer?"
He then stated he had to go home and told the officer to leave him alone. The man was slurring his words and refused to cooperate.
The officer advised him he would call a cab for him. The man called his friend but no one answered. The officer again offered to call a cab.
When asked for identification, the customer was belligerent. He said, "Fuck you, you don't have a charge against me." The officer advised him to calm down and told him he had a choice to go home in a cab or go to jail.
The man then proceeded to swear again at the officer and threatened to kick his ass. The suspect was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. On the way to jail, the suspect threatened to kick the ass of the officer's wife.
A police officer was conducting an area check in reference to a report of an increase in drug traffic in the area. He observed a man he had seen hanging around for the past few days.
The officer asked him if he was staying at the motel where the man was loitering, and the man said no, he was staying at another one nearby.
He gave the officer his identification. When asked if he had any outstanding warrants, the man said no. The officer conducted a check and found three felony warrants for his arrest out of Rockdale County.
The officer told the suspect to put his hands behind his back, and as he was handcuffing him, the man asked why he was being arrested. He was told about the three warrants for cruelty to children against him. He was transported to jail.
A 32-year-old Lawrenceville man was arrested for shoplifting a can of tuna and a cordless phone from a Buford store.
Police responded to a report of a man passed out in a car on Sweetwater Drive.
On arrival, the officer opened the passenger door and immediately smelled the strong odor of alcohol. He woke the man sitting behind the wheel. The man said he had had too much to drink to be driving.
The officer took him to a nearby friend's house, but the people in the house refused to let him stay. They were angry that the suspect and their son-in-law had drank a whole bottle of their vodka.
The man told the officer if he would take him to a pay phone, his wife would come and get him. The officer took him to the pay phones and the suspect promised not to walk away or go into the store.
Several minutes later, the officer was driving by and saw the suspect walking in the road. The suspect saw the officer and knelt down in the roadway. The suspect was at risk in the road.
The officer asked why he left the phones. He said his wife hung up on him and he walking to a friend's. He was placed under arrest for public drunkenness and transported to jail.
A 32-year-old Atlanta man was driving on Williamson Drive when he noticed a dark blue Mercury following him. The man turned into his driveway but the Mercury pulled up behind him and its driver got out of the car.
The man pulled into his garage and quickly closed the door. The stranger got back in his car and drove into the garage door, shattering the door's windows. Then the driver backed the Mercury down the driveway and drove away.
The man told police the stranger was muttering to himself and seemed angry.
Adam Van Wickel contributed to this report.
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