Aug. 24: Open Container/weaving across roadway/driving while license is suspended — Police stopped a man who was weaving on Highway 84 from Veteran Parkway to Dunlevie Road.
The man said he was weaving because he was trying to eat his breakfast and showed police his to-go box of breakfast he purchased at Huddle House.
Police gave him a breath test, and it returned under the legal limit with .06. However, a check of the car revealed a half-empty bottle of Hennessey under his driver’s seat.
Police ran a check on his driver’s license and discovered it was suspended.
Disorderly conduct — A woman claims her neighbor who lives across the pond was yelling and cursing at her children. The neighbor said she did yell but did not curse.
She said the children were throwing trash into the pond and she wanted them to clean up their trash.
Pedestrian under the influence — A woman was standing in the intersection of Tibet Road and Highway 119, yelling at vehicles and demanding someone give her a ride home.
When an officer gave her a breath test, she blew a .206. She swore she drank only one beer.
Another officer said he had just warned the woman to stay off the road. She was arrested.
Theft by taking — A man reported that one of his lawn ornaments had been taken from his Lake George home.
The man said the gorilla lawn ornament was worth $20.
Cruelty to children/criminal negligence-causes excessive/DFACS referral — A deputy met with a school social worker and juvenile girl who said her father beat her with a belt, leaving marks on her arm. The girl said her father had come into her room at home with a belt hanging around his neck.
She asked him not to beat her and said she might be pregnant.
The girl told the deputy her father said he did not care and proceeded to hit her. She said her mother was present and tried to intervene.
The girl said she tried to get away from her father when he pushed her to the ground and stomped on her legs several times. He was wearing boots, she said.
According to the girl, her father told her he would find her a shelter where she could stay so he would not hurt her more.