A Winder-Barrow High School student called police after a confrontation with a male staff member.
The student said he was walking near the ticket booth entrance at the stadium when the staff member placed his hand on the student’s chest. The student said he told the man to remove his hand and not to touch him again. According to the student, the staff member then pushed him.
The staff member said he was in the ticket booth collecting money when the student leaned in the open door of the ticket booth. The staff member said it appeared the student was trying to enter the booth, so he put up his hand and informed the student that he could not enter.
The staff member claimed the student continued to push against his hand. The staff member also accused the student of threatening him and using foul language.
A coach at the school advised that the student, who was also a member of the track team, became disorderly when confronted. The coach ordered the student to remove his track uniform and leave the area.
The coach informed the officer that he wished to handle the incident through the school system. No criminal charges have been filed, but the Winder-Barrow school resource officer was notified.
Other recent incidents investigated by Winder Police include:
• warrant service on Fifth Avenue. A Winder officer went to a Fifth Avenue residence to make contact with a woman regarding a warrant for her arrest. The woman’s 17-year-old son said his mother was not home and, according to the report, invited the officer inside to check the residence. The officer searched the residence, but did not locate the wanted woman.
• criminal damage to property on North Fifth Avenue. A Winder Barrow High School student discovered her car had been keyed while it was parked at the school. The estimated cost to repair the damage is $907.
• welfare check on East Williams Street. Two unsupervised children were found playing in a parking lot. A passerby took the children home and contacted police. The woman said she left the children unattended briefly while she prepared a bottle for her infant child.
• battery on Capital Avenue. Two residents of a nursing home engaged in a minor altercation after one of the women wanted to open a window for some fresh air and the other objected. No charges were filed since both were in a nursing home under a doctor’s care for mental health problems.
• entering auto on North Broad. A woman left her purse inside her unlocked car while she went into a gas station. When she returned, her purse was missing. The woman said the only item of value inside the purse was a pink Sanyo digital camera.
• theft on West Candler Street. An employee reported a tag missing from a company trailer.
• theft on East May Street. A man’s bicycle was stolen while he was inside the Subway restaurant.
• theft on West Candler Street. A child’s bicycle was stolen out of a garage. The missing bicycle is a purple Huffy 12 speed.
• criminal trespass on West Athens Street. A man called 911 after seeing two males looking in the back door of a business.
• criminal trespass on East Midland Avenue. The former owner of a gas station entered the store, went behind the counter, tampered with some lottery tickets and began looking at beer sales. When asked to leave, the man cursed and threatened to shut down the store. He left before police arrived.
• verbal domestic on Clifton Drive. Police were called after a mother and daughter argued over an undercooked pork chop.
• entering auto on Hamilton Avenue. A man said $700 was taken from the glove box of his unlocked vehicle.
• criminal trespass on Shenandoah Drive. A woman suspected her neighbors of hammering a nail into one of her vehicle’s tires.
• burglary on Northridge Drive. A laptop computer, jewelry case and rings were reported missing.
• lost or mislaid property on Bellview Street. A woman discovered two children’s bicycles on her front lawn.
• damage to property on Duck Road. A man noticed that someone had attempted to gain entry to his vehicle. The vehicle sustained minor damage.
• recovered property on Harpy Eagle Drive. A man found a cell phone in the roadway near his mailbox.
• damage to property on North Broad. A woman’s vehicle was damaged while parked at the post office. It appeared that another vehicle struck the front end of the woman’s car causing damage to the hood and bumper.
• hit and run on Athens Street. A woman said her vehicle was struck by a tractor trailer truck while she was stuck in traffic. Her vehicle sustained moderate damage to the driver’s side rear bumper.
• deposit account fraud on Pinkston Court. A woman was conned into sending a $2,999 check to a fake real estate agent who claimed he had a buyer for her Florida timeshare.
• hit and run on North Broad Street. A woman’s vehicle sustained approximately $756 in damages while parked in an office parking lot.
probably some little snot nosed pot head bastard that needs his backside whipped.If I was in charge of dicisipline for a week at winder barrow high school it would be the kind of a school where decent kids could go and no one would have to put up with punks likek this, he doesnt relly have a right to be in a public school.