Provided by Atlanta Police Officer L. Illery and Sandy Springs Police Capt. Steve Rose.
o BAD BREAK-UP: At 2079 Bolton Road in northwest Atlanta May 12, the victim told police his ex-girlfriend chased him in her vehicle from James Jackson Parkway to this location and struck him with the car. The victim said the suspect was upset because he ended their relationship and moved out. He said she got out of her vehicle and hit and scratched him before taking his cell phone. The victim complained of a sore arm.
o HOT HEADED: At the Ashford 2788 Apartments at 2788 Defoors Ferry Road in Buckhead May 14, the victim told police her roommate shot her with a pellet gun and kicked her in the chest after they argued over the air conditioning.
o BAD GIRLS: At 8798 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs May 20, a 22-year-old woman reported she was walking on Dunwoody Place at about 1 a.m. when a gray Jeep Liberty pulled up and a woman in the backseat pulled a rifle and demanded the victim’s money. She told the suspect she didn’t have any and the vehicle drove off. The victim said the driver is also a female, with braids and an athletic build. The victim told police she did not know if she wanted to prosecute for the robbery but would like the gun taken away.
o ADDRESS THIEF: At Hunters Knoll Drive in Sandy Springs May 19, a man reported that after he placed his home on the market for sale, he continued to check the mail there. He discovered shortly thereafter that letters in the name of Leontyne Graham from Miami were delivered from the unemployment office and the letters were for benefits. He believes the person is using this address as a pickup point.
o INSUBORDINATION: At 6475 Roswell Road in Sandy Springs May 16, Sandy Springs Toyota employees told police a check, made payable to the dealer, was scanned and later deposited into the account of an employee. That employee, when asked, said he did not know how it happened and, via email, apologized, later saying the money was deposited into the account and then withdrawn. He notified the complainant he would resign.
o FIRE STARTER: At Roswell and Trowbridge roads in Sandy Springs May 17 at about 3 a.m., a patrol officer discovered a trash can on fire. The officer found additional fires at Roswell and Spalding Drive and again at Roswell and Sunnybrook Lane. A check of the Iron Sky video showed a man in a white T-shirt and jeans appeared to be setting the trash cans on fire. Shortly thereafter, officers found a man thought to be a likely suspect in starting the fires. The man is homeless and was walking in the Abernathy Square area around 4 a.m. He was later charged with prowling and loitering.
The names and charges above are from area arrest warrants and crime reports. A warrant is merely an accusation of a crime and accused people are innocent until proven guilty.