Weird Police Stories of the Week: Reese's Pieces Mystery, Tower Base Jumper and Bathroom Beer Break

Police: Dealing with interesting people so you don't have to.

Police in northeast Georgia were kept busy this week dealing with incidents ranging from a cat shooting to a sleepy burglar.

A case of mistaken identity led to in Watkinsville. A man told police he had shot his neighbor's cat because he thought it was a troublemaking stray. The cat had to be put down.

A man was arrested after creating a scene in the middle of Auburn Road in Dacula, tying up traffic. He screamed, as officers wrestled him into a patrol car.

were a Barrow County resident's clue that her apartment had been robbed. After she couldn't find the candy in her refrigerator, she reported a number of other items missing, including several collectibles.

Walton County Sheriff's deputies spent a portion of April Fool's night looking for whom a credible source claimed to have seen toppling from a radio tower. No evidence of a jumper was found.

in the chair of a Winder couple, and they didn't know who it was. A disoriented Dacula man was arrested after the couple awoke in the night to find him alseep in pajama bottoms, curled up under a jacket.

A Winder woman was arrested after being accused of taking some Bud Light Platimum beer from the shelf of a local and . Employees and police found several empties.


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