The woman said she was walking home when she was confronted by the other woman. She said the woman pushed her and flipped her over on the ground.
She said she did hit back, but only to defend herself. The 21-year-old said she knew the other woman's first and last name and that she lives in Suwanee, but that she had no other information.
The woman said there were people at the scene who saw the fight. When the officer spoke to the witnesses, however, they said they saw nothing. The victim was advised on obtaining a temporary restraining order from the court.
Police were dispatched to a domestic call in Norcross, but it turned out to be an armed robbery. A 40-year-old Gainesville man said he had his back toward the highway while he was talking on a gas station pay phone with his brother.
A woman approached him and asked for a ride. He agreed. Once they were inside the car, the man said the woman pulled out a pocket knife and held it to his ribcage and forced him to drive to an apartment complex.
The woman demanded the man's money and he insisted repeatedly that he didn't have any. The man calmed down enough to ask for the woman's name and she gave him a nickname.
They passed the gas station where the woman got in the car and she made the man stop the vehicle in the middle of Dawson Boulevard. The woman yelled out the window to a man standing along the road and he jumped into the front seat as she moved into the back.
The Gainesville man told the duo he was going to call the police and the woman said, "Go ahead." She then leaned forward and took the keys out of the ignition. The 40-year-old man wrestled with the woman over the knife and she bit him on the arm in an attempt to stop him, but he was able to make her drop the knife.
The Gainesville man got out of the car. The other man jumped into the driver's seat and he and the woman drove away to an unknown location. The woman had been able to get the following items from the victim: a checkbook, a Bible, work boots and tools. The vehicle was found again at the gas station and returned to the victim.
Police were dispatched to a domestic call at a Norcross mobile home park. While the officer was attempting to locate the residence, he observed a hysterical woman driving a station wagon.
Pulling up next to the officer, she said he needed to do something before "he" kills her. She had a meat fork in her hands and told the officer "he" was threatening her with the utensil.
The officer followed the woman back to her home, where the complainant said the man had run into the woods across the street. The complainant stated that he had observed the victim and suspect arguing outside. He said the suspect was throwing rocks at her and then slapped the woman.
The woman told the officer the suspect was on crack and he had slapped her on the face with her daughter present. The daughter confirmed that she did observe the man smack her mother. The victim also said the suspect disconnected the telephone from outside of the house so she could not call the police again.
A K-9 unit was called in an attempt to locate the man who ran into the woods. The officer noticed a vacant trailer and went inside with another officer to inspect it. He observed a lump under a bed spread. He said, "Hey," and a man popped his head out from under the cover.
After the man's identity was confirmed, he was transported to jail and charged with simple battery and obstruction of a 911 call.
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