Woman tries to take dog she thought was hers
NORCROSS - A woman who lost her dog told police she found her estranged pet - only this time, the animal was under new ownership.
According to a police report, the woman began arguing with an individual who was walking the dog on a leash. At one point, the woman pushed the individual out of the way and snatched the dog away.
When police arrived, authorities asked the woman if she had proof it was her dog. She said she did not, according to the report. The person walking the dog, however, had current veterinarian tags.
The woman was forced to give the dog back, the report states.
Woman says man sent her explicit images on phone
SNELLVILLE - A woman claims the father of her ex-boyfriend is sending her sexually explicit pictures via his cell phone, according to a police report.
The woman ended the relationship with her former boyfriend about a month ago. She claims his father sent her a picture of his private area at 3 a.m. April 1.
The father of the woman said he called the suspect's wife to inform her, but did not receive a call back, the report states.
The woman said she did not want to prosecute at this time, but wanted the occurrence to be on the record "in case anything else happened," the report said.
Caller with wrong number leaves harrassing message
LOGANVILLE - A unidentified caller who was politely told he had the wrong number left a chilling message on a Loganville couple's answering machine.
According to the police report, the man and woman were at home when an unidentified person called. The man said he told the caller he had the wrong number and hung up the phone.
The person, however, called back and left an answering machine message saying he would tie up the man and make him watch "horrible things" he would do to his wife, the report said.
The person on the answering machine message was "irate," according to the report, for not allowing him to apologize for dialing the wrong number.