NANNY CLAIMS WOMAN THREATENED HER IN DISPUTE OVER THEATER SEATS: A Dacula woman said she was threatened by a Buford woman during a June 24 trip to Regal Cinemas at the Mall of Georgia. The Dacula woman, who works as a nanny, said she took the two children in her care to see a movie. After they were seated, the youngest child needed to use the restroom. The nanny, the officer noted, "left items in the seats so no one would sit in them." When the nanny and the children returned to their seats, they found the Buford woman and two other children sitting there. The nanny said she asked the group to "move out of their seats as they left items there to save the seats." According to the nanny, the Buford woman stood up and began yelling at her. The nanny claimed the Buford woman threatened to punch her in the face if she didn't stop speaking to her children. Fearing a physical confrontation, the nanny left the theater and called police.
MOM CALLS COPS AFTER FINDING GUN IN SON'S ROOM: A Buford woman called police on June 20 after making a surprising discovery while cleaning her 16-year-old son's room. According to the incident report, the woman found a fully loaded Smith & Wesson revolver in a shoe box. The chrome-plated revolver, which did not return as stolen, was stored in a holster inside the box. The woman said she did not know where the gun came from and did not know where her son was or when he would be home. The officer placed the firearm, ammunition and holster into evidence at police headquarters.
MAN ACCUSES SON OF BURGLARY: A Hoschton man told police he believes his 37-year-old son is responsible for a June 25 burglary at his Turtle Pond Drive home. Police responded to the home after an alarm was activated. The home was found to be fully secure and the Hoschton man indicated nothing appeared to be missing. A short time later, the Hoschton man called police to advise he had discovered some items, including a camera and iPod, had been taken. The man said he thinks his son may be responsible since the son has allegedly stolen checks in the past.
PURSE REPORTED STOLEN AFTER WOMAN LEAVES IT IN SHOPPING CART: A Sugar Hill woman left the Hog Mountain Kroger on June 25 with her purchases, but without her purse. The 45-year-old woman said she placed the purse in her shopping cart before leaving the Dacula grocer. Shortly after driving away, she realized what she had done and returned to the Braselton Highway store, but was unable to locate the purse. The black Coach purse contained the two gift cards worth $500 each, multiple credit cards, a checkbook and the woman's driver's license. The case is listed as active.
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