Auburn Police arrested three men on Dec. 22 on charges including burglary and firearms violations.
Jacob Gregory Orr, 20, of 922 Rabun Drive in Lilburn, was charged with burglary, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a sawed-off shotgun, possession of marijuana and driving with a suspended license.
David Paul Richards, 17, of 269 Apalachee Church Road in Auburn, was arrested for burglary and possession of a sawed-off shotgun.
Joshua Allen Smith, 19, of 568 Sharon Drive in Lawrenceville, was charged with possession of a sawed-off shotgun and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
No further details have been made available by Auburn Police. A department spokesperson said the incident remains under investigation.
Man threatens to kill waitress
A man threatened to kill a server at the Huddle House after the woman asked him to leave.
According to the police report, the man was using foul language in the presence of small children. When the server asked the man to leave, he reportedly said “I will find out where you live and kill you.”
Before leaving, the man called the woman a bitch, whore and a $2.13 slut.
Several vehicles entered on Wellington Drive
Four vehicles were recently entered on Wellington Drive - one of which was taken for a joyride.
On the morning of Dec. 17, a woman awoke to find her 2004 Honda parked halfway out of the garage. The driver’s seat had been repositioned, the radio station changed and her gas tank had been nearly emptied. The victim said she left the car doors unlocked and the keys in the ash tray.
Upon searching the vehicle, the victim found a roach clip, three lighters, a hard black plastic case and a small glass heart-shaped object with a child’s photo inside.
That same morning, another Wellington Drive resident discovered three unlocked vehicles at his residence had been entered. The thief or thieves stole a cell phones, camera, keys and cell phone chargers.
Mother harassed by daughter’s boyfriend
A woman called police after receiving harassing phone calls from her daughter’s boyfriend.
According to the report, the boyfriend called his girlfriend’s mother to complain that he had been approached by a black male demanding to know if he was dating the woman’s daughter.
When the boyfriend said he was, the black male allegedly pulled a gun and said the daughter owed him $25 for crack. The boyfriend claimed the black male told him to come up with the money or he would “pop some caps.”
The woman later received a voice message from her daughter’s boyfriend in which the boyfriend said the black male had returned. The boyfriend advised that he gave the black male the mother’s phone number and address because he “was not going to get shot” over something her daughter did. The boyfriend further said that the woman would need to pay the black male $25.
Shortly after the boyfriend left a message, another message was left on the woman’s phone. In that message, a male voice said he knew where the woman lived and that she had better pay him his money before he comes to her house and “everything pops off.”
The woman said she could not tell if the black male was really another person or just her daughter’s boyfriend disguising his voice.
The woman indicated she was fearful of her daughter’s boyfriend and had already filed a notice of prohibited entry against him. She also said she planned to contact the boyfriend’s probation officer.