The man stood up and threw a glass of Coke at the woman's face, hitting her jaw. Then the man called the 20-year-old Marietta woman a whore and elbowed her in the chest. The man also slapped another female employee before the police arrived and arrested the man for simple battery and battery.
An 18-year-old Norcross woman and her boyfriend arrived at a 26-year-old Roswell woman's apartment on Roberts Drive and accused her and her roommate of spreading lies about them. The 18-year-old woman then punched the woman in the back of the head three times.
Meanwhile, her boyfriend threatened to "shoot them and blow them up." The boyfriend then ran out to his car and started to remove an unknown object out of his trunk, but his girlfriend convinced him to just leave. The couple got in their car and drove away.
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 handcuffed and was charged with public drunkenness.
A 22-year-old Lawrenceville man walked to a gas station on Roswell Road and began to bang on the glass. The man screamed, "I want to buy cigarettes, get something to drink and I want to have sex with you!"
The clerk, a 30-year-old Lawrence-ville man, tried to explain that the door to the store stays closed after hours, but the man continued to kick and bang the glass while screaming. The clerk feared for his safety and called the police.
The police arrived and arrested the man for disorderly conduct.
A 23-year-old Norcross woman was getting out of her car in front of her apartment when she was approached by a man wearing a leather jacket and a sock hat. The man also had a cut or burn on his upper lip.
The man asked if she had any change. She said no and the man demanded her money and pulled out a gun. She gave him her money and he left.
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 two times 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.
Debra Warlick contributed to this report.
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