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HPD blotter

POSTED: July 30, 2011 7:00 a.m.

July 22: A resident of Saunders Avenue told police someone stole a game system and games worth $440 from his home. He told police he lost his keys and was unable to secure the residence.

July 23
• A business on Olmstead Drive reported a burglary in which the suspect stole more than $2,000 in cash, $50 in coins and $72 worth of lottery tickets. A video surveillance tape provided officers with a visual image of the suspect.

• A car dealership on West Oglethorpe Highway reported a new car’s rims and tires stolen while it was parked at the back of the sales lot. The rims and tires were valued at $1,500.

• A man reported being assaulted by four juvenile males after he left a store on E.G. Miles Parkway. The man said the juveniles stole his recently purchased soda and cigarettes. A video surveillance tape at the store confirmed the victim’s description of the juveniles.

• The manager of a nightclub on E.G. Miles Parkway may be cited for failure to report a crime after she acted in a hostile manner toward police investigators who were following up on a report of shots fired and a fight occurring at the nightclub. The manager contradicted employee statements about the incident and told police she was the only one allowed to call 911.

• A man was cited for marijuana possession after he was pulled over for a stop sign violation at Hollywood Drive and Highway 196. A K-9 officer made a positive hit on the vehicle, and marijuana was found during a search.

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