A Lithonia man only saw a “quick shadow” pass by before . The man had pulled his car over to get some CDs out of the trunk. Problem is, he left the car running. That’s when the “shadow” moved in, then whooshed away.
In other strange police news:
Pawn star? A Lawrenceville man admitted to stealing and pawning a number of items he stole from various places. Police worked on a tip from an online “top pawners” watchlist that showed he had pawned 29 items in January. He said he didn’t steal them all, but did admit to stealing three fire pits from a Kroger in Lilburn, tools from Ace Hardware in Lawrenceville, a DVD player from the Walmart in Lilburn and four cameras from a CVS in Lilburn. In case fans of the TV reality show “Pawn Stars” are wondering, his name isn’t Chumlee.
Reckless running: A Snellville man fled from police on foot after he smashed his car into a power pole and — literally — ran right into the side of a parked cop car. The car he was driving had a suspended registration, according to the police license-plate reader, which prompted a high-speed chase and the wreck. Turns out he couldn’t run very well, either.
Who are you fooling? It’s one thing to use cardboard as a car tag to avoid paying for one. It’s another when you drive that car around with methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia inside. That combination led to multiple drug charges for a man in Oconee County.
Breaking up is hard to do: Two women in an argument over seeing other people took their quarrel outside a Tucker-area apartment. In the standoff, . Thankfully, police disarmed the woman with the pistol and nobody was injured. Police say the argument escalated over some of their possessions, including phones, shoes and a jacket.
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