On Broad Street, police saw a female impersonator sitting on the sidewalk and yelling, "Fuck you," again and again. The female impersonator was arrested for profanity. The impersonator said he will curse some more if given the chance to make his statement.
A 51-year-old woman on Northside Drive received harassing phone calls from a woman she didn't know. On the first call, the woman threatened to kill the 51-year-old for what the 51-year-old's husband did to her. The 51-year-old said she didn't have a husband. On the second call, the woman said she is going to kill herself and blow up the 51-year-old's car. Also, the woman asked the 51-year-old to give her a ride to a mental hospital. The caller gave her address in Jonesboro. The 51-year-old said the woman caller was very upset because her brother was killed. Further investigation revealed that the "call back number" that the woman gave was registered to a "DeKalb County gynecologist operator" and the name and address she gave were both false.
A 37-year-old man said he went to a woman's apartment on Peachtree Street, and while he was there, he had sex with the woman. Afterward, he fell asleep. When he awoke, he noticed that $220 was missing from his pants pocket. The woman denied taking the money. She called a friend, who escorted her out of the apartment. The man didn't know where the woman went.
A 38-year-old woman on Clovis Court said she is the girlfriend and housemate of a 42-year-old man. While she was at a friend's house, the man entered her car (a gold Chevy Cavalier), which was parked on an incline. The man poured alcohol in her car and put it in neutral. The car rolled down the driveway and hit a utility pole at the edge of the driveway. The rear of the car was damaged.
At 12:15 a.m., an officer responded to a 911 hang-up call on Moreland Avenue. The officer spoke with the caller, who was feeling sick. During this time, the officer saw a 37-year-old woman walk across Wylie Street and pull down her pants, thus "mooning" passersby. The 37-year-old kept walking toward the officer "so when she arrived at my specific location, I arrested her." She was charged with public indecency.
A 19-year-old Marietta man parked his Pontiac Grand Am on State Street. Between 10 p.m. and 1 a.m., someone smeared pizza and pizza sauce all over his car. The 19-year-old said his car was under video surveillance, and the suspects were probably caught on tape. No permanent damage was done to the car.
A 67-year-old woman on Myrtle Street was awakened by a noise in her house. She saw her son, age 32, carrying a bulky sheet and walking down the steps. She called out to her son. "I don't have anything of yours," the son replied. He then left. The woman went back inside and realized her stereo, DVD player and roaster were missing. The son has a key to her home and a drug problem.
A 30-year-old woman lives in an apartment on Henry Thomas Drive. She said witnesses saw another woman sprinkle white powder on the front door of her apartment. She called police and a sergeant was notified. The 30-year-old woman was told to wash away the substance with water and notify the rental office.
At Hartsfield airport, a 30-year-old Atlanta woman said while she was on an airline flight, a 60-year-old man approached her about having sex. The woman said she wasn't interested, and the 60-year-old man grabbed her left breast. No witnesses saw the grab. Police spoke with the 60-year-old man, who hails from Tennessee. He said the 30-year-old woman approached him about having sex. He had been drinking on the flight.
A man said he went behind a store on Monroe Drive to relieve himself. While he was standing there, a bald guy walked behind him and threw him to the ground. The man told the bald guy he would give him anything. Give me your money, said the bald guy. The man gave him $40 from his wallet, and the bald man left. The man reported that his trousers were damaged when he was thrown to the ground.
The manager of a fast-food restaurant on Cleveland Avenue said a female employee came into the restaurant and asked to see her schedule. The restaurant was very busy, and the manager told the employee to come back later or call. The female employee got upset and said, "I'm going to have someone take care of you." Then, she left. About an hour later, two men pulled up to the drive-thru window and said, "You disrespected [the female employee]." The driver pointed a pistol at the McDonald's manager and accused him of grabbing the employee's butt. The two men then drove away. Police were called. While police were at the scene, the female employee showed up. She denied involvement in the incident.
On Joseph Lowery Boulevard, a 52-year-old woman said a lady she knows only as "Moonshine" approached her. "You bitch," said Moonshine, who then hit the 52-year-old's face and chest for no apparent reason. Moonshine was described as a tall, skinny woman with short blond hair.
An officer was working an extra job at Grady Hospital. A man walked into the gift shop and put a Daddy Longlegs statue (valued at $34.99) in a plastic bag. He tried to leave the store without paying for the statue. He was charged with shoplifting.
All items in The Blotter are taken from actual Atlanta police reports and are public record.
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