During the argument, the man in yellow pants walked outside and started firing a gun in the driveway. The 26-year-old man and woman went into the driveway to tell the man to stop. But the man in yellow pants started firing at the couple. During this time, the 26-year-old man was shot in the right testicle.
Police arrived and went to the home of the sister of the man in yellow pants, to try to locate the suspect. But the man in yellow pants had fled.
A 54-year-old man flagged down an officer at the corner of Magnolia and Vine streets. The man said a stranger had broken into his apartment on Rhodes Avenue. He said the suspect was still inside his apartment.
The officer went to the apartment and found a 30-year-old man clutching a large piece of glass. The rear window had been broken, and the glass in the man's hand appeared to match the window glass.
The officer asked the 30-year-old man why he was inside the apartment.
"I needed to change clothes,"' replied the man.
The suspect was immediately taken to jail.
An officer heard loud music emitting from a '66 Buick Electra on Athens Avenue. The driver of the Buick was conversing with some girls in a neighboring car.
The officer asked the driver for his license and proof of insurance. The driver stepped out of the car and said he didn't have a license. Then, the driver ran across the street and behind a house.
The officer radioed in, to find out if the car was stolen. Then, another man approached the officer and said the car belonged to him. He said his vehicle had been on a rack, and he asked "this crackhead" to drive the vehicle off the rack. The man said he was too large to get into the vehicle and drive it off the rack. But after driving the car off the rack, the "crackhead" just kept driving away, said the man.
"What's the crackhead's name?" asked the officer.
"I don't know," replied the man.
The officer asked if the man regularly let people he didn't know drive his car. The man said the crackhead lived in the neighborhood.
The officer asked for the man's license and insurance card. The man produced his license and said the insurance card was in the car. The man looked inside the car, but couldn't find the card or the registration.
Then, a 40-year-old woman in black jeans approached the officer and questioned the officer's right to ask her husband for an insurance card.
"Bitch, I don't need to speak with you," said the woman to the officer.
A few minutes later, the officer asked the woman again for the insurance card. The woman became belligerent and called the officer a "bitch." The officer warned the woman that she would go to jail if she called her a "bitch" one more time. Then, the officer wrote in her report, "I became perturbed, at which time I asked [the woman] if she could spell 'obstruction.'"
"Fuck you, bitch" replied the woman.
She was promptly arrested and taken to jail.
A 38-year-old womanon Campellton Road said a woman named "Sugar Pie" hit her in the chest. The 38-year-old, who was drunk, said she then hit Sugar Pie in self-defense.
Sugar Pie said, "You don't hit me, girl." Next, Sugar Pie pulled a small revolver from her purse and pointed it at the 38-year-old. Then, Sugar Pie left.
The 38-year-old couldn't tell police Sugar Pie's real name. She did say that Sugar Pie was a heavyset woman with a ponytail, who was wearing a yellow summer dress.
After the police report was completed, officers noted that the 38-year-old did not go home or to a safe place; she kept walking around the area.
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