Two white males were unsuccessful in their attempt to fraudulently obtain a controlled substance from the Atlanta Highway CVS store.
The men dropped off a prescription for Lortab 5 mg at the pharmacy drive thru window. The prescription was issued in the name of Jeremy Konig.
Three hours later, the two men returned to pick up the medication. When the pharmacist asked which of the males was Jeremy Konig, the passenger indicated that he was. When the pharmacist asked the man to verify the information that was on the prescription, the man was unable to do so. The man also could not provide identification proving he was Konig.
After the pharmacist informed the males that he was not going to fill the prescription, the two men left in a tan four door vehicle. The prescription and security video footage were placed into evidence.
Other recent incidents investigated by Auburn Police include:
• criminal trespass on County Line Auburn Road. A woman reported that someone had placed condoms and toilet paper on her daughter’s car along with a message to “use these.” The woman identified four possible suspects.
• damage to property on Quail Run. A tenant called police to report damage that had been caused by the landlord’s boyfriend.
• theft of services on Ninth Street. An Auburn Public Works employee reported that a resident was stealing water.
• terroristic threats on Glen Terrace Road. A nephew threatened to kill his uncle for initiating a DFACS investigation of child neglect at the nephew’s home.
• suicide attempt on Saddlecreek Court. Police were called to assist a 17-year-old with medical issues after the mother expressed concern the juvenile might be suicidal.
• damage to property on Carter Road. Police were called to investigate a driver that reportedly ran off Carter Road causing damage to the shoulder.
• criminal trespass on Cabot’s Drive. A bicycle was thrown through the rear window of a 1999 Ford Contour.
• dog bite on Carter Road. A six-year-old boy was bitten by a dog. Animal Control quarantined the dog. The child was not seriously injured.