Police responded to Wendy’s in the 300 block of Vernon Road in reference to a woman who would not leave the drive-thru because she was refused a refund.
Police responded to the 500 block of South Greenwood Street at Hot Spot in reference to a burglary in progress. Upon police arrival the suspect fled the scene and eluded police.
A woman reported while at CB&T bank, she learned someone used her credit card number and over $1,000 was charged.
A woman from the 600 block of Borton Street reported someone used her card and spent over $100 at the Daniel Street Food Mart in the 500 block of Daniel Street.
A woman from the first block of Curran Avenue reported someone broke into her car and stole a lottery ticket with $20 winnings.
A woman from the 3100 block of Cameron Mill Road reported a car full of females came to her house to fight her son’s girlfriend. When she came out to tell them to leave, one of them punched her, which led to a fight between the two.
Police responded to the 500 block in Jefferson in reference to a juvenile who beat up another juvenile over a Facebook argument.
Police responded to the first block of North Sanford Avenue where they found a man bleeding and another man standing over him. Due to multiple witness statements not corroborating, police couldn’t make an arrest.
A woman from the 100 block of Old Airport Road reported that her boyfriend dented and broke off her car door causing $600 worth of damage.
William Sontay-Chun, 32, of LaGrange was arrested in the 200 block of Commerce Avenue on identity fraud charges after it was learned that he is allegedly in the country illegally from Guatemala and purchased a social security number from a person in New York in 2002 for $2,500 and moved to Georgia in 2009.