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• Police were called to a domestic dispute on Cornwall Street. A woman said the suspect had come to her house to argue about their unborn child. She said the man struck her in the face and on the arm. She had scratches and a slight swelling on her face. The man was not at the scene and could not be questioned, but a witness told them she had seen the man strike the woman. She was given a case report number and advised about warrant procedures.

• A woman was driving west on I-16 when an unknown driver began tailgating her vehicle. She told police that the driver then began blowing the horn and flashing his lights at her. When the driver was able to get around her, he cut her off, causing her to slam on her brakes. She said that caused other drivers behind her to slam on their brakes. The driver was seen heading into an exit. The woman was able to describe the vehicle and gave police the Georgia tag number.

• An officer on routine patrol observed two young males on a bicycle that had no lights. He stopped the two and frisked them for weapons. He told them to keep their hands on the patrol vehicle. While he was checking one of the youths, he observed the other pushing something into his boxers. He placed the second youth in handcuffs and searched him. He found marijuana that had been wrapped in cigar wrappers. The youth was charged with possession of marijuana and released to the custody of his grandmother. The other was given a warning and released.

• An officer was called to Avery Street in response to a fight. A woman there told police that a man knocked on her bedroom door. She said she has no idea how he got in the house, but there was no evidence of forced entry. A verbal argument began and she told the man to leave. She followed him outside and the argument continued. She hit his vehicle with a broom and he jumped out and grabbed her by the throat and shoved her to the ground, then slapped her in the face three or four times, then shoved her into a staircase. The woman told police she would prosecute.


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