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Weird Police Stories of the Week: Stolen Lizard, Runaway SUV, Donut Truck Crash

Strange things happen in Northeast Georgia every day.

Here are some strange things that happened in Northeast Georgia recently:

Winder Police confronted a man who had entered a  store and asked for an ambulance after allegedly harassing people in the parking lot. When asked why he needed medical care, the man told police,  According to  officials, he was right: They declined to release him after his blood-alcohol level registered .479.

The Jaws of Life had to be used to remove a driver from  on Grayson Highway in Lawrenceville. Both drivers were listed in stable condition.

from a Hamilton Mill home in Dacula. The family pet was apparently the only thing taken from the basement in an overnight burglary last week.

A man unsatisfied with a Cragislist purchase brought both barrels of his finger-firearms to complain to the Dacula seller last week, at the seller's father. The victim of the apparent threat told police the man also pointed at his home and then the sky while speaking in Spanish before leaving the property.

A half-dozen on Lumpkin Street in Winder, some with the words "blood game" and others with a dot inside a triangle. 

A runaway SUV rolled from the parking lot of and hit the back of the building, according to Watkinsville police. The crash caused significant damage to the building.

Did you witness something weird this week? Tell us in the comments.

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