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A 36-year-old woman lives with a man on Boulevard. The couple said an unknown man knocked on their door, and said he was looking for someone. He appeared to be drunk, and they didn't know who he was, or who he was looking for.

The couple told him to go away. They heard the man fall against the house. Then, he kicked their front door five or six times, causing major damage and rendering the door useless.

Next, the man entered the house, walked to the kitchen and started to make himself an alcoholic cocktail. The man, age 35-45, was bald, and spoke with a stutter/stammer.

The couple approached the man, who swung his fists at them and struck one of them. The couple detained the man until police arrived.

A security guard at a nightclub on Peachtree Street said a 36-year-old woman entered the club, jumped over the bar, grabbed a bottle of Jägermeister worth $45 and tried to flee the club.

The guard tried to stop her, and she physically fought with him. He eventually detained the woman who was described as thin with "albino" skin and long brown hair.

An officer was traveling north on Humphries Street when he saw an 18-year-old man in a burgundy '88 Lincoln Town Car. The officer noted in his report, "I am familiar with [the 18-year-old] and I know he does not have a driver's license.

The officer radioed an investigator, who pulled over the 18-year-old on Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard. The officer told the driver he was under arrest for not having a driver's license or proof of insurance.

Previously, the officer had arrested the 18-year-old for selling drugs. "Knowing this, I asked him if he had anything on his person," the officer wrote.

Initially, the 18-year-old said he didn't have anything. But when the officer said he would be searched, the 18-year-old confessed, "I've got some. It's in my ass, man."

The officer took the man to the bathroom, where he removed a small plastic bag from his anal cavity. The bag contained six hits of suspected crack.

A computer check also revealed that the Lincoln Town Car had been stolen. The 18-year-old, plus two male passengers, were taken to jail.

An officer responded to a call concerning a woman screaming on Mims Street.

Upon arrival, the officer spoke with a 27-year-old woman. She said her ex-boyfriend kicked in her front door, threw paint around her house, pulled the stove and dishwasher out of the wall, threw the refrigerator out the back door and argued with her.

The ex-boyfriend, who is between 6 feet 3 inches and 6 feet 5 inches tall, and weighs between 300 and 325 pounds, was still at the house when the officer arrived. But, the officer noted, "[The 27-year-old woman] did not want me to arrest [the ex-boyfriend] in fear that he may go crazy and hurt people."

The officer advised the woman to take out both a warrant and a restraining order against the ex-boyfriend.

A 43-year-old man on Whitehall Street said he and a female acquaintance, 36, were arguing because they were calling each other's mothers names.

When he said something about her mother, the woman got angry and came after him with a pair of tongs. He grabbed her and moved away.

A computer check revealed the woman was already wanted in Fulton County. She was arrested for aggravated assault, he with simple battery.

A 42-year-old Lithonia woman parked her silver 2000 Toyota Solara in a parking garage on Peachtree Road.

Two days later, she returned to her car and discovered that someone had taken red spray paint and written in big red letters, "Bitch off my man go home."

The woman said she had no idea who would have done this or why.

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