Incidents reported recently to the Winder Police Department include:

•four people were arrested after an investigation at an Alexander Ct. home. Two were charged with maintaining a disorderly house and possession and use of drug-related objects. Two were charged with intent to distribute marijuana and possession and use of drug-related objects. The incident began with a call about a possible drug house at the address. Officers found that a possible occupant was wanted on a Winder warrant. They went to the house, looking for that man, and found drugs and drug paraphernalia. Several smoking devices, a quarter ounce of raw marijuana, digital scale and multiple large bags were found in a search of the house.

•four people were arrested after a traffic stop on Horton St. All four were in the vehicle stopped. The driver refused consent to search the vehicle and the Auburn police dog gave “positive alert” for drugs. THC oil was found in the vehicle. Two men were charged with possession of a controlled substance. A woman was charged with possession of a controlled substance, giving a false name and birthdate to a law enforcement officer. The other woman was arrested for two counts of possession of a controlled substance, crossing guard lines with an illegal substance, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and giving a false name and birthdate to a law enforcement officer.

•a man was held on a warrant from Fulton County when officers responded to a call about illegal dumping. The call was about 1:25 a.m. Sept. 2 and an earlier call in the same location was made about 12:39 a.m. The officers checked three vehicles as the scene.

•a man on Maynard St. found his Mustang GT convertible with three cuts in it and the front tire flat. He said a former girlfriend had “repeatedly” called him and came to his house a day later and threatened a woman who was there. He said the ex-girlfriend was at his car, leaning down where the front tire was.

•a woman on Second St., Winder, said a Nissan Altima was stolen from in front of her house between 7 and 11:30 a.m. Sept. 2.

•a Winder man was arrested on three charges after a traffic stop on West May St. The man was charged with driving under the influence-less safe, violating the state law about registering a vehicle within 60 days of changing names or addresses and violation of the taillight lenses requirements.

•a Winder man was charged with four violations after an officer saw him run a stop sign. He was arrested for DUI-alcohol-less safe, DUI-endangering a child under 14, open container violation and failure to obey a stop sign.

•a Commerce man was charged with six violations after a domestic argument at a house on Loganville Hwy. He was arrested for battery-family violence, cruelty to children (two counts), obstructing a person making an emergency call, obstructing a driver and disorderly conduct. He was charged with hitting the woman he lives with multiple times. The woman said he repeatedly tried to grab her phone from her.

•a Statham man was arrested for DUI-drugs and failure to maintain lane after a traffic stop on East May St. An officer said the man crossed the fog line and the double-yellow line twice each while he watched.

•a husband and wife were charged with maintaining a disorderly house and disturbing the peace, respectively, after a domestic argument at a house on Wood Ave. The woman was “drunk and yelling.” She said she was frustrated because she “couldn’t see her other kids.” Her husband said she needed “some sort of mental health help.” She had been served with a criminal trespass warning to the house and officers have responded to the address “numerous times.” He was charged with maintaining the disorderly house because he allows the woman to “consistently” come back to the house and drink alcohol.

•a Maysville woman said she lost her iPhone, its case and a vaporizer smoking device while she was at work.

•a woman on Green Valley Dr. said she was “scammed” and a man who called her took $54,406 from her bank account by accessing her computer. The woman told officers it started Aug. 20 and officers responded Sept. 3. She said she was told by “Tech Online World” that she had a virus on her computer. After she complained, she received a call from “Steve” who told her how to receive a refund. The instructions gave him remote access to her computer.

•a Winder man was held on a warrant from Barrow County and also was charged with giving a false name and date of birth when he was found and challenged. An officer recognized the man from a photo at a local business. When he called him, the man failed to answer him. The officer pulled his taser and the man stopped.

•a man on Embassy Walk, Winder, said six pairs of Air Jordan sneakers, a Sony Playstation console and a Dell laptop computer were taken from his house Labor Day weekend. An officer said, “Forced entry does not seem apparent.”

•a Winder man said he had been “spending time” with a woman who worked with him. She told him she had been divorced for five years, the man said. In June, he received a text message from a Gainesville man who said he was the woman’s husband. He told the Gainesville man in July not to contact him anymore. The Winder man said he got another 10 emails from the Gainesville man between Aug. 14 and Sept. 3.

•a woman on Oceanliner Dr. was arrested for false imprisonment and obstructing a person making an emergency phone call after a domestic argument. The man, who identified himself as an Atlanta police officer, said the two were talking about financial decisions, such as buying a new house and car. He said the woman “talks over him” and he “shuts down and walks away.” The incident began when a call came to the dispatcher and a man gave an address before the phone hung up. The dispatcher called back, a woman answered and said the call was an accident and no one needed to show up at the house.

•a Winder man was held on a Gwinnett County warrant and also was charged with public drunkenness and possession and use of drug-related objects after officers took a knife from him at a local business. An employee of the business said the man had stolen a drink and cigarette lighter from the store. A glass pipe was found in his vest pocket.

•two Loganville people, one man and one woman, were arrested for driving on suspended licenses in two separate traffic stops, one on Horton St. and one on Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. in Winder.

•a Winder man was arrested for simple battery-family violence after a domestic argument at a Capitol Ave. house. He was reported to be hitting a woman, but she said he shoved her and did not hit her. She said she “had started a new life with another man.” The man came to her house and also “started swinging on” her new boyfriend.

•two vehicles were damaged in a hit-and-run accident at Monroe Hwy. and Second St. A man said he was hit in the rear end of his pickup and pushed into a Chevrolet Malibu. A witness said he saw another pickup truck hit the first one and then leave. Both vehicles were damaged.

•a Winder woman was arrested on an outstanding Barrow County warrant and was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and possession and use of drug-related objects. An officer saw the woman on a porch and found the drugs and a glass pipe on her.

•a Winder man was arrested on charges of theft by taking a car and possession of drug-related objects after a couple reported a Honda stolen from a Springdale Dr. house. The Honda was recovered after a different officer saw it on Brookview Terrace. The officer said he saw a man in a white T-shirt running into a backyard. A Gwinnett County police dog searched the area with no results. The man later was arrested when he tried to get back into the Springdale Dr. house. A pipe used to inhale methamphetamine was found in the Honda and the man who was charged gave the keys to the car to the woman at the house.

•a Winder man was charged with driving on a suspended license after a traffic stop on Broad St.

•a woman at Marion Lay St., Apt. 4A, said a Winder man threatened her and tried to fight her boyfriend. The man was charged with terroristic threats and simple assault. The woman who complained was charged with an outstanding warrant from Clarke County.

•a Winder woman was charged with speeding and DUI-alcohol after a traffic stop on Broad St.

•a Winder man was charged with three violations after officers stopped him riding a bicycle on Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. He was charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, bicycle must be on the right side of a road and riding a bicycle on a sidewalk.

•a Winder man was held on a warrant from Barrow County and was charged with speeding after a traffic stop on Polite Rd.

•a Winder woman was charged with five violations at a storage facility. She was charged with loitering, possession of methamphetamine, possession and use of drug-related objects, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and driving on a suspended license. The Auburn police dog “alerted” to possible drugs after the woman refused a search consent. Methamphetamine and marijuana were found between the driver’s seat and center console. More methamphetamine was found in the rear passenger seat. A smoking device was found in the compartment under the radio.

•a man was cited for driving on a suspended license after a traffic stop on Broad St.

•a man on Melrose St. said a woman threatened to release photos of him on the internet unless he paid. She asked for between $100 and $1,000.

•a Monroe man was charged with possession of methamphetamine and violating standards for brake lights after a traffic stop on Broad St.

•a woman on Box Cir., Winder, said a JBL speaker and a cell phone mount were taken from her car during the night of Aug. 27. She said she recovered a spare key to the car, a bag with a pill container and miscellaneous coins and currency and two USB cables.

•a woman on Gainesville Hwy. was hit by her boyfriend. The boyfriend told her he was going in the house to get a gun and shoot her.

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