Woman arrives home to find intruders
•DULUTH - A Duluth woman said she arrived home Monday morning to find two armed men in her home.
According to a police report, the woman believes she left the garage door to her Berkshire Eve Court home open and two men entered her home.
The woman said she was coming home from dropping her children off at school and one of the men used a stun gun on her, sending her to the ground in pain.
The woman's husband, who was sleeping in a nearby bedroom, heard the commotion and approached the men. One of the men, described as Hispanic, pointed a gun at the man and demanded money.
The armed man attempted to go to the upstairs bedroom of the home but he and the other man fled when they were caught by surprise on the stairs by the housekeeper who was on the phone with 911. The homeowners believed there was a third Hispanic man who drove a get-away vehicle.
Knife pulled at lingerie store
•SNELLVILLE - A Lawrenceville woman was arrested Sunday after threatening a woman inside a Victoria's Secret located at The Avenue Webb Gin at 1350 Scenic Highway in Snellville.
Angela Sheila Rossi of 1230 Haverhill Trail was charged with assaulting another woman after allegedly cutting in front of a woman in line at the lingerie store then pulling out a pocket knife and waving it at a women when she confronted her about cutting in line, according to a police report.
Rossi said she felt threatened and surrounded by the woman and her two teenage daughters.
The teenagers and a nearby security guard who intervened said the woman did nothing to threaten Rossi.
Threatening phone calls made to
Northeast Georgia Regional Airport
•WINDER - Someone has been calling the Northeast Georgia Regional Airport making threatening comments about low-flying airplanes, Operations Coordinator John Murphy told Barrow County Sheriff's deputies.
The calls began about six months ago and are documented in police incident reports, Murphy told deputies. An unidentified man on the line said, "The planes are flying too low. If you don't do something about it, then I will," according to police reports.
The calls stopped for awhile, then began again recently. The unidentified male caller said, "The planes are still flying too low."
Criminal investigators with the Barrow County Sheriff's Office told Murphy to tape record the phone calls, which he did.
Wife of road rage victim says fraudulent donation jars placed in stores
•CARL - The wife of a Sugar Hill man stabbed to death in an May road rage incident told police someone is trying to collect money in her name.
Trena Newberry and her 4-year-old daughter watched as her husband, Tony, was stabbed to death in an alleged road rage incident in Atlanta on May 1.
According to Barrow County Sheriff's reports dated May 6 and 7, Newberry told deputies someone had stolen money from collection jars she had placed in various area locations. The money collected would have benefitted her and her daughter, she told deputies. Employees at those stores told Newberry a white woman with a scar on her neck had collected money from those jars, police reports state.
Deputies located two jars at the Carl Superette in Carl that had been placed by someone other than Newberry. Notes on the jars asked for donations to help with burial expenses, which police reports state had been covered.
Trena Newberry told deptuies she believes she knows who placed the fraudulent jars and who is collecting from them. Deputies continue to investigate.
- From staff reports