Woman accused of striking waitresses

•STONE MOUNTAIN - A Lilburn woman struck two waitresses Thursday after becoming intoxicated at Will Henry's Tavern at 1228 Rockbridge Road, according to police reports.

Police encountered Kathy Levan, 38, of Lilburn lying on the hood of a car in the parking lot and crying hysterically. The manager told police Levan had been drinking when she became unruly and refused a ride home.

She retrieved a screwdriver and crawled under a patron's vehicle, but it was unknown what she was trying to do, a police report stated.

When two waitresses and the manager tried to control her, Levan hit them, police said. An officer witnessed Levan shouting she wanted to go back to prison and didn't want to go with anyone else at the establishment because she didn't trust them.

Levan was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct.

Woman arrested in boyfriend's stabbing

•NORCROSS - A 31-year-old Norcross woman was arrested Thursday on charges of stabbing her boyfriend with a barbecue fork at Robinwood Condos on Beaver Ruin Road.

Roshona Taylor admitted to police that she had been arguing with her boyfriend. She claimed they struggled and she broke free, grabbing a barbecue cooking fork from their kitchen.

Somehow the couple ended up standing outside the door of another apartment, where Taylor stabbed her boyfriend about four times with the fork, according to a police report.

Russel Samual Bates, 34, was laying in a fetal position at the apartment when an officer found him. There was blood on his ankles, legs and back.

Taylor was arrested on a charge of aggravated assault.

- From staff reports