An Auburn woman called police after her husband’s mistress came to her house and allegedly threatened to kill her.
The woman said her husband’s mistress resides in the same neighborhood as she and her husband. The woman said the mistress drove to her house in an intoxicated state. Upon arrival, the mistress reportedly jumped out of her car and began screaming obscenities and making threats to kill the wife.
The woman said the harassment is an ongoing issue. The woman said that the family of the mistress is also harassing her by watching her as she enters and leaves the subdivision.
The officer interviewed the mistress regarding the alleged threats. The mistress denied going to the woman’s house and said she does not drive at all. The mistress said the woman’s husband has “been frequenting her house for sexual pleasures.” The mistress said she felt she needed to inform the woman of her husband’s activities. The officer suggested that the mistress should keep the information to herself or find another way of exposing the husband’s philandering.
No arrests were made.
Other incidents investigated by Auburn Police during the past week include:
• violation of a no contact bond on Betts Mill Road. After being contacted by DFACS, an Auburn officer learned that a man was living with a woman in violation of a no contact bond. The case was forwarded to the District Attorney’s Office.
• theft by taking on Rowan Court. A thief stole the wheels and tires off of a 1999 Honda Civic and left the vehicle resting on a jack and cinder block.
• disorderly house on Cabot’s Drive. An officer investigating a report of an open door discovered two young children unattended inside the residence. The officer noted the house was extremely filthy, foul smelling, littered with trash and covered with dirty laundry. The officer also described the children as unkempt. The case was forwarded to DFACS.
• burglary on Myrtle Street. A homeowner interrupted a burglary in progress. Upon entering his home, he heard someone curse. The man witnessed two males running out of his house and into the woods. There was no sign of forced entry and no items were reported missing.