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'What you gonna do?'


November 30, 2017

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SPY STALKER – A Woman living on Williams Road told deputies her estranged husband, from whom she is divorcing, asked neighbors neither he nor she know to let him use their home so he could spy on her, since he suspected her of having an affair.

MOUTHY BURGLAR – A Willow Lane man said he saw a male dressed in black with a pair of bolt cutters skulking around his shed. He grabbed a pistol while his girlfriend called 911, and when he confronted the offender, the man said “What you gonna do?” The complainant fired a warning shot which caused the offender to flee.

HELD AGAINST HER WILL – A woman working as a caregiver at a Stonebrook Way residence said her patient’s mother accused her of hurting the patient and then refused to allow her to leave the residence.

TRASHY SITUATION – A Still Quarters Road woman told deputies she saw her neighbor burning trash in his own yard and warned him another neighbor would complain. The other neighbor did show up, taking pictures of the fires and calling the complainant “white trash” while threatening to call authorities.

TAINTED CANDY – A Rushing Road woman said she found a sewing needle inserted in a piece of Twizzlers candy her child collected from Berkshire Subdivision during trick-or-treating. She showed the candy and needle to a deputy but said she did not know which house passed out the candy.

BAD MOOD RISING – A Coley Boyd Road couple argued over the woman being in a bad mood. They separated when the man left for work.

JUST BIZARRE – A man walking along West Waters Road with a firearm in his hand told deputies three people tried to kill him and stole his motorcycle. Deputies found no suspects and the motorcycle was covered with a tarp in the man’s yard. He was found to be a convicted felon and was arrested.

VULGAR SIGN – A May Road man removed a handmade sign he placed against a power pole after being told it contained illegally profane language. He was angry over someone killing his pig and the sign announced he hoped the offender goes to jail. The sign’s wording included expletives.


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