An officer responded to a Waters Avenue apartment building after receiving a report of terroristic threats. A woman at the scene told police that two weeks ago, she received a call from a man who left a message for her to call him back. Because she did not recognize the name, she called him back to see what he wanted. The man told her he got her number from her friend and that he knew she was single. She replied that she was currently in a relationship and ended the conversation. When the man called again two weeks later, the womans boyfriend answered the phone and told the caller the woman had already told him she wanted nothing to do with him. The caller began threatening the boyfriend, so the woman called police.
An officer responded to an East Victory Drive business in reference to someone entering an auto. The victims had put their purses in the trunk of their car and entered a club across the street. They returned to the vehicle later and found the gas cap open. The owner then saw that her rear passenger window was broken. Glass was inside the vehicle and on the ground around the car. The two women looked inside the trunk, and found that their purses were missing.
An argument on the back porch of a Bulloch Street home led to a fight. The resident of the house told police that he and another man began exchanging words. He said the other man pushed him, and he pushed back. The other man then punched him in the nose and left the residence. The victim walked to an emergency room. His nose was bleeding profusely. Although the victim told police he knew the assailant from the neighborhood, he said he did not know the mans last name or street address.