Woman accused of trying to pour salt into gas tank of ex-boyfriend's car
•NORCROSS - A woman was caught Sunday allegedly trying to pour salt into her ex-boyfriend's gas tank at Heritage Valley Court in Norcross.
A resident of the house where the car was parked saw the woman pouring salt in the gas tank of her boyfriend's 1972 Chevy Impala, according to a police report. He confronted her to take the salt away and called police, but the woman left before an officer arrived.
The ex-boyfriend said he did not know if any salt got into the gas tank, but the car seemed to be running fine. The resident who reported the incident said he didn't want the woman to get in trouble, but he wanted a report to document it.
Woman reports teenage flasher
•SNELLVILLE - A Snellville woman was flashed by a partially clothed man Monday at Amli Apartments on Country Walk in Snellville.
The woman told police a boy who appeared to be about 15 of 16 years old came to her door at 5:20 p.m. asking if he could borrow a pair of scissors. When she returned with the scissors, the boy was only wearing his boxer shorts and his penis was exposed, according to a police report.
The victim told an officer she believed the suspect was a neighbor; however, police were unable to identify or locate him.
Man charged with disorderly conduct
•BUFORD - A Buford man was arrested Sunday after he allegedly attacked paramedics trying to treat him for a seizure.
An officer who went to West Jackson Street about 10 p.m. found 30-year-old Lane Rodereco Weddington unconscious and apparently suffering from a seizure. He regained consciousness after about five minutes and then became combative with emergency responders, according to a police report.
While he was being led by paramedics to a stretcher, Weddington claimed he had been beaten up. He threatened to take revenge against those who assaulted him, telling an officer to "write that in your little (note) pad," the police report said.
Weddington's erratic behavior suggested he may have been under the influence of a drug such as cocaine, the officer said. After he was placed in an ambulance, Weddington allegedly began swinging at two paramedics and trying to hit them. He was charged with disorderly conduct.
High school students face drug charges
•WINDER - Three high school students were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute after school administrators allegedly found them in possession of the drugs on school grounds.
The students at Winder-Barrow High School are Wesley Evans, 18; Donald Ray Dotson, 17; and Bruce Jonathan Cox, 17.
According to a police report, Evans had three bags of marijuana at school with him Feb. 28. The same day, Cox admitted to assistant principals Jeff Beggs and Al Darby that he had a pipe that had been used for illegal drug activity, and they found several small bags of marijuana, a digital scale and other drug paraphernalia in Cox's 2002 Ford Taurus, which was located on school property.
Both were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute within 1,000 feet of a school zone.
Darby found Dotson with three small bags of marijuana, a bag with three small white pills and a bag of 26 small red pills, according to the police report.
In addition to possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute within 1,000 feet of a school zone, Dotson was charged with possession of legal drugs outside their original container and two counts of possessing dangerous drugs.
- From staff reports