A Dacula man was arrested last week after causing a disturbance at on Auburn Road.
The restaurant manager told police Jerome Young, 56, of 576 Auburn Road in Dacula, had been harassing other customers. The manager said he wanted Young to leave the premises and never return.
After noticing Young appeared to be intoxicated, the officer advised Young to call someone to pick him up from the restaurant. Young was unable to reach anyone and informed the officer he would walk home. The officer explained walking home was not an option due to Young’s inebriated state.
When Young repeatedly ignored the officer’s instructions to call a cab, the officer placed Young under arrest for disorderly conduct.
According to the police report, Young fell asleep in the back of the patrol car and “urinated all over himself and the backseat.” Once at the jail, Young reportedly had a verbal altercation with another inmate. Young allegedly advised the other inmate not to speak to him unless he had a sister who wished to engage in sexual intercourse.
Other recent Dacula area incidents investigated by the Gwinnett Police Department include:
- Simple battery in the 2600 block of Matlin Way.
- Burglary in the 200 block of McMillan Road.
- Theft by shoplifting in the 3200 block of Sardis Church Road.
- Theft by taking in the 2200 block of Hamilton Creek Parkway.
- Theft by taking in the 3200 block of Sardis Church Road.
- Burglary in the 2100 block of Winder Highway.
- Possession of less than one ounce of marijuana in the 2500 block of Freemans Walk Drive.
- Entering auto in the 1200 block of Arthur Drive.
- Entering auto in the 2300 block of Hamilton Mill Parkway.
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