Incidents reported recently to the Winder Police Department include:

•A man on a motorcycle faces 10 traffic charges after officers chased him unsuccessfully into Jackson County. The chase started at the intersection of North and East Broad streets in Winder. Two other officers were making a traffic stop of another motorcycle at the intersection of North Broad and Mimosa streets. An officer said the motorcycle was going “in excess of 100 miles per hour” at one point in the chase. An officer said the driver was going “in an outrageously reckless fashion.”

•A man was cited for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and possession and use of drug-related objects after a traffic stop on Second Street when the man drove out of Victor Lord Park at 1:21 a.m. Sept. 5.

•A man was held on a Clarke County warrant and charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and giving a false name, address or birthdate to a law enforcement officer after a traffic stop on Broad Street. Marijuana was found in a grocery bag in the driver's side door and a digital scale in the center console.

•A man was arrested for a suspended registration and a driving permit holder without a licensed driver 21 or old in the car after an officer learned he had been warned for the suspended registration the day before.

•A woman was charged with aggravated stalking after a call about violation of a temporary protection order. An officer heard a voice message from the woman for her husband about seeing her daughter. The woman said she is moving to Las Vegas.

•A woman on Green Valley Drive said her watch had been stolen from an apartment on Springdale Drive.

•A local jewelry store owner said he sold a 14-carat gold ring to a man and the check he received for the ring was on an account that had been closed.

•A woman on Ambassador Circle said her daughter’s boyfriend took her car and would not return it. She said the two broke up while he had the car, a Hyundai Sonata valued at $6,000.

•A man was arrested on an outstanding warrant after he was found in a shower at a Wood Avenue, Winder, house. He also was charged with willful obstruction of law enforcement officers.

•Officers went to a call at Maynard Street and Piedmont Drive where witnesses said a woman had been “thrown” out of a car and slapped by the male driver. The woman said she was walking and “caught a ride from someone she didn’t know.” She said she was “dropped off” at a Maynard Street apartment and “tripped over” her feet. She said the witnesses, “misunderstood the whole situation.”

•Two sisters were arrested after an officer stopped at a car he thought was broken down on West May Street. The two sisters started fighting in the backseat and both got out. One woman was charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, fighting and public drunkenness. The other was arrested for fighting and public drunkenness.

•A man and woman were arrested for urban camping and improper use of public places, unlawful possession of open containers and public drunkenness after they were found camping behind a local business. The man said they worked at a local restaurant but had no place to stay. They were given a criminal trespass warning from the business where they were camping.

•A Winder man was found with several cuts on his arm and a call was made that a man had made suicide threats. The man was found in the woods near City Pond and Rockwell Church roads. He had a knife with him. He was taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center-Barrow for an evaluation.

•A woman on West May Street said a friend who was drunk took her car without permission and would not return it. The Ford Fusion, worth an estimated $8,000, was reported stolen.

•A man on South Broad Street said two kayaks were stolen from his backyard. He said the kayaks were held on a fence with a bungee cord. He said he saw two very similar kayaks at a local pawn shop.

•A man was arrested for disorderly conduct and two counts of obstruction of law enforcement officers. He was charged after officers saw him walking on Lays Drive after a call about a man refusing to leave a house on Pinkston Court, Winder. He matched the description officers had been given and said he went to talk to his ex-girlfriend. When officers began to handcuff him, he resisted, “screaming about not wanting to go to jail.”

•A man was arrested for criminal trespass-family violence and disorderly conduct after his wife said he had stolen her car. An officer said the man was “loud, boisterous, had red-rimmed eyes and smelled heavily of alcohol.

•An officer found a vehicle near a subdivision entrance “in the middle of the road” after an accident. The officer said he saw a “skid mark across multiple yards that led to where the vehicle was located in the middle of the road.” The man was charged with driving under the influence-less safe and violation of a family violence order. The call was originally about a man who refused to leave a Shenandoah Court, Winder, house.

•A woman on Wood Avenue was charged with public drunkenness and disturbing the peace after she was reported “laying in the front yard and screaming for an extended period of time.” When officers arrived, they found her sitting in a lawn chair, but they said they heard her screams while on the way to the house.

•A Winder man was charged with driving on a suspended license and hit-and-run after an accident at West Athens and North Beulah streets. Another man said his vehicle was hit in the rear while stopped on Beulah St. He said he got out with the man who hit him and that man left after he said he was going to call police. The man later turned himself in at the police department and said he “panicked” because of his suspended license.

•A man who was a passenger in a vehicle involved in a traffic stop was held on outstanding warrants from Barrow County, Winder and Elbert County.

•A man said he received a bill for ambulance services from Pompano Beach, Fla. He said he lived there, but it was nine years ago and he has not been back. The middle name of the man charged with the ambulance service was not the same as his middle name.

•A woman involved in a domestic argument was arrested for an outstanding warrant in Walton County and for giving a false name, address or birthdate to a law enforcement officer. Officers went to a house on East Wright Street, Winder, where a man said the woman with the outstanding warrant was his girlfriend and was “getting on his nerves.” He also said the woman invited her former boyfriend to the house.

•A man was charged with five violations after a call about an unconscious person at Jug Tavern Park. The man was found in a car awake but “heavily intoxicated.” He was charged with public drunkenness, littering, criminal trespass, possession of drug-related objects and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

•A Lawrenceville woman was arrested on a Gwinnett County warrant after a traffic stop on North Center Street.

•A Winder man said he was told in a letter from the IRS that he had extra earnings for 2015 from a Virginia company. He said he had never worked for a company in Virginia nor lived in the state.

•A Bethlehem woman was charged with DUI and other violations after her Toyota Camry went to the other side of the road and off it to hit a tree. She was taken to a hospital for treatment.

•A man was charged with public drunkenness after he entered a local business and “traveled” through it for “quite some time.”

•A man was arrested for disorderly conduct after a family disagreement. Witnesses at the Dunahoo Drive, Winder, house told officers the man was making threats. He said his family was against him because “he had no intention of quitting meth nor did he want to go to a drug rehabilitation program.”

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