Woman cut by man with knife
DULUTH - A Lawrenceville woman said she was threatened last week with a knife by a man who said she disrespected him.
According to a police report filed Friday, the 20-year-old was driving along Pleasant Hill Road shortly after 1 a.m. July 24 with her 2-year-old child in the back seat when she was flagged down by a black man and woman in a black Saturn.
When the woman pulled over at a gas station on Pleasant Hill Road, the man cut the woman on the face and chest with a knife while telling her she had disrespected him earlier in the day by not giving him money.
The man threatened that worse things would happen to her if she disrespected him again.
The woman refused medical attention.
Woman robbed of nearly $1,000 at gas station
DULUTH - A Buford woman was robbed of nearly $1,000 while at a Duluth QuikTrip gas station Thursday morning.
According to a police report, the woman counted some money while sitting in her vehicle outside the station at 3844 Satellite Blvd., and as she went inside to place a money order, a black man in a silver minivan called the woman over asking if she wanted gas for half price.
The woman declined and when she exited the store the same man brandished a black handgun and demanded her money.
The woman handed over her cash and the man fled.
Woman arrested in stabbing of her roommate
AUBURN - A 34-year-old Auburn woman was arrested Sunday, police said, after she stabbed her male roommate with a butcher knife.
Auburn police arrested Aidee Abarca at 3:41 a.m. after finding her roommate's left shoulder and arm sliced. Police recovered a butcher knife from their blood-spattered apartment, according to police reports.
Abarca was charged with aggravated battery, aggravated assault and first-degree cruelty to children. She is free on $12,000 bond.
Man falls asleep on red ant hill, accused of DUI
AUBURN - Medical personnel discovered more than 500 red ant bites on the neck of a man charged with driving under the influence of drugs Sunday.
Police said Anthony Tuggle, 37, of Auburn slammed into the curb at the Olde South Convenience Store at 196 Parks Mill Road about 4:30 a.m. Police found him passed out in the driver's seat with the vehicle running and the lights on, reports said. Tuggle told officers he had taken three Xanax and two Lortab that day, and the ant bites were on his neck when he woke up, according to police reports.
A nurse at Barrow Regional Medical Center told the officer it appeared Tuggle had fallen asleep on a red ant hill.
Tuggle was also charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license.