Nov. 6: Simple battery — A Knott’s Drive man told police his girlfriend’s daughter sprayed him in the face with mace. The man was arguing with his girlfriend when the daughter stepped between them.
The man told his girlfriend’s daughter to “back off” and not get involved. The daughter then told him to back off and sprayed him with mace, the man said.
He then grabbed the mace container and sprayed his girlfriend’s daughter in the face with mace.
Both the man and his girlfriend’s daughter refused medical attention.
Theft by shoplifting — An Allenhurst woman allegedly tried to take a vacuum cleaner and other items from a local store, a store security person told police.
The woman was seen on surveillance tape with the items in her shopping cart walking past the cashier and out of the store.
The woman got into her vehicle and drove away after leaving the store.
The security person saw her drive off and took down her tag number.
Suspicious act — A Gen. Screven Way pharmacist told police a woman called the pharmacy and tried to impersonate a known nurse practitioner so she could acquire a patient’s prescription for Lortab.
The pharmacist told police she did not recognize the woman’s voice and said the woman could not answer basic medical questions about filling the prescription.
Disorderly conduct — A Pineview Street woman told police an ex-boyfriend who is jealous of her relationship with another man called to insult her about her weight.
She said she hung up on him and told him not to call or see her anymore.
The ex-boyfriend called back and the current boyfriend answered.
The current boyfriend told the ex-boyfriend to stop contacting him and his girlfriend.
A short time later, the ex-boyfriend called back, telling the new boyfriend to meet him to fight.
The current boyfriend again hung up on the man. Then the ex-boyfriend called to say he had pulled up in front of the house and asked the current boyfriend to come outside and fight. The current boyfriend called 911 and the ex-boyfriend left before the police arrived.
Simple assault — A Taylor Road man said his neighbor knocked on his door “in an aggressive manner” and told him to “keep downstairs, downstairs, and I’ll keep upstairs, upstairs,” in reference to the neighbor and his wife’s constant domestic incidents. The man said his neighbor held a knife and shook it down by his side as he walked back upstairs.