The woman said she broke off the relationship more than a month ago. When she broke it off, the former boyfriend called her on her cell phone and said he was going to hurt her. She asked him if he was threatening her and he replied, "Don't worry."
The victim is uncertain if the other man plans to physically harm her or cause problems with her marriage. She said she and her husband are working things out and he is aware of her relationship with the other man.
The woman told the suspect to stop calling her on her cell phone and at her place of employment. The man continues to call her. The husband told the officer the suspect has contacted him and detailed what he and his wife have done. The husband said the suspect asked, "Are you aware of what me and your wife have been doing?"
The victim was advised on how to obtain a restraining order.
A 26-year-old Atlanta woman arrived at her apartment on Waterford Place after being out with friends. When she walked in the door, her boyfriend, a 22-year-old Atlanta man, asked her for a cigarette. She told her boyfriend that she didn't have any cigarettes. He became angry and accused her of smoking all the cigarettes with her friends.
Then he pushed her to the bathroom floor and slammed her forehead on the ground. When the police arrived, the couple was still fighting. The man was charged with simple battery.
Police responded to a Lawrenceville address in reference to an assault and met with the woman who stated that during an argument, her boyfriend kicked her twice in the stomach.
The victim is almost six months pregnant. The woman said she and the man have been dating for more than nine months and that he is the father of her unborn child.
The victim refused medical treatment at the scene but said she would go to the hospital on her own to be checked out. Officers advised her on the steps needed to obtain a warrant for battery as well as how to obtain a temporary restraining order.
The officer took pictures of the marks on the victim's stomach from being kicked and entered the film into evidence.
A 39-year-old Atlanta woman threateningly told her 59-year-old mother and her teenage daughter that she was going to have some people "take care of them." Then she said, "The voices in her head were telling her to hit them, but she wasn't going to do that right now."
The erratic woman then called her mother a "bitch, a whore and a slut," and threw a heavy curling iron at her. The older woman called the police, but the daughter fled the scene before they arrived.
Hours later, the woman returned to the scene and assaulted her mother and daughter. The police arrived and she was arrested for simple battery and simple assault.
A drunken 47-year-old Alpharetta man passed out while sitting at a bar on Roswell Road. The employees tried to wake the man, but couldn't.
Eventually, the man fell off the bar stool and resumed his slumber on the floor. The police were called and an officer woke the drunkard and made him stand up. Then the man became irate and took several swings at the officer.
The man was subdued and hand-cuffed and was charged with public drunkenness.
Police responded to a burglary call at a Norcross location and met with the 40-year-old male victim. He stated than unknown persons entered his residence and took the following items: a television valued at $400; a VCR at $250; another VCR at $250; a DVD player at $300; a shotgun at $350; and a gun safe at $900. The suspects entered through a window in the kitchen.
Adam Van Wickel contributed to this report.
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