This week’s Law&Order features a post-election argument and neighborhood hijinx
November 19, 2016
On Nov. 14, an officer was dispatched to the 6000 block of Crooked Stick Drive on a call about suspicious vehicles. A man reported that a car drove slowly by, and the driver was taking photos of his house. He said five minutes later, it drove by again in the opposite direction. He said 45 minutes later, a different car drove to his house, parked, and the driver walked up to his front porch, looked around and drove away. He said that he has only lived in the house for a few months but knew the owner before him was a "known swindler." Neighborhood shenanigans:
On Nov. 14 at 2:33 p.m., an officer met a woman at the Windsor Police Department to hear about ongoing issues in her neighborhood on the 1000 block of Crescent Drive. The woman reported that recently, kids and teenagers have been ding-dong-ditching homes in the neighborhood as well as teens walking around late at night. She said one group of teen boys keeps throwing old newspapers at her home. She was advised to encourage her neighbors to call the police whenever incidents like these are happening. The officer also requested extra patrol in the area at nights.
On Nov. 9 at 12:26 a.m., an officer responded to a complaint of a loud argument on the front porch of an apartment complex on the 800 block of Stone Mountain Drive. Upon arrival, the officer met two roommates who explained that they both had been drinking and were arguing over the presidential election. They promised to stop arguing and keep their noise level down.