MAN ASKS WOMAN TO HIDE DRUGS IN VAGINA: Police investigating a reported domestic disturbance at the Winder Highway QuikTrip in Dacula on May 16 instead encountered three very nervous individuals in a vehicle. The driver "was acting very strange and would not stop talking." When asked if there was anything illegal inside the vehicle, the woman said her male passenger had a bag of methamphetamine under his seat. A female passenger also said the man had a bag of methamphetamine and had asked her to hide it in her vagina when he saw police pull into the parking lot. The female declined to do so. The man, identified as Michael Pruett of Auburn, denied having any drugs but police later discovered a small amount of suspected methamphetamine where he had been sitting.
WEIRD WATCHING: A Buford man told police he "found it weird" the way a male was watching him after he parked his vehicle at a Woodward Crossing Boulevard business on May 12. After noticing the male observing him, the Buford man made sure his vehicle was secure before entering the store. When he returned, he discovered his license plate was missing. Nothing else was taken and no damage was reported.
THEFT CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Video surveillance at a Buford business showed two men steal several items during the early morning hours of May 19. The men took a green wagon from the front of the Peachtree Industrial Boulevard business and entered a fenced-in area where they stole a set of torches, a steel blower, a generator, two pressure washers and other items. Cart tracks led from the fenced-in area toward the main road. Due to inadequate lighting for the video, police were unable to obtain a good description of the suspects.
IPHONES STOLEN: A Buford woman called police on May 17 to report a FedEx delivery of two iPhones had been stolen off the porch of her Duane Drive home. The woman indicated the theft occurred between 9:30 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. The thief or thieves left the packaging behind. There are no known witnesses to the incident.
PAYCHECK TAKEN DURING CAR BREAK-IN: A Dacula man believes he may have left his vehicle unlocked on the evening of May 15 giving a thief or thieves easy access to his belongings. The man said he parked his car in the driveway of his Wadley Lane home and sometime between 11 p.m. on May 15 and 7 a.m. on May 16, a thief or thieves entered the vehicle and stole his paycheck, drivers license, Social Security card, GPS, phone, cash and other items. There was no damage to the vehicle.
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