An Auburn woman called police to report that she was being harassed by her ex-husband.
The woman called police after her boyfriend heard someone knocking on their door early in the morning. When the boyfriend went outside, he discovered a note on the doorstep which contained nothing but the ex-husband’s name and phone number.
According to the woman, her ex-husband was recently released from prison. The woman said she does not want the man around her or her children due to his violent past.
The note did not contain any threat, but extra patrols were requested for the residence.
Other recent incidents investigated by Auburn Police include:
• domestic dispute on Natasha Drive. Police were called after a father and daughter argued over the use of a cell phone. The daughter said she has paranoid schizophrenia which may have caused her to overreact to the situation.
• runaway on Mount Moriah Road. A concerned passerby called police after seeing several young children walking along Mount Moriah Road. DFACS was called to investigate why the two five-year-olds and two seven-year-olds were unattended.
• theft of services on Wages Road. A public works employee reported that a resident had stolen approximately $53 worth of water after tampering with a locked meter.
• theft of services on Carter Road. A public works employee reported that a resident had stolen approximately $18 worth of water after tampering with a locked meter.
• domestic dispute on Parks Mill Road. A husband and wife engaged in a verbal dispute over household finances.
how is someone leaving their name and number at your door cause an alarm? simply throw it away, or call it, obviously he just wanted to talk, I mean its not like it was threatning or anything, and i cant beleive the police had to waste their precious time with this. Prison changes people, some for the good, some for the bad. Her, or her kids will never know now. Some people need to learn to handle their business with a little more maturity.