An Auburn woman said she meant her boyfriend no harm when she pursued him in her pickup truck.
Auburn Police were dispatched to a Carter Road residence after receiving a report that a woman was trying to run over a male with her vehicle.
The woman said she was not trying to run over her boyfriend, she was just trying to persuade him to pay her the money he owed.
The woman said she and the man had been fighting over the fact that he owed her money when the man grabbed her. The woman said she then chased the man into the woods with her pickup truck.
The woman advised that the man would not come out of the woods while police were there because he has an outstanding warrant out of Walton County.
The officers then spoke with several neighbors who said the man did not do anything. A witness said the woman began yelling at the man and then punched him in the nose. The man reportedly tried to get away, but the woman chased him in the pickup truck.
The officers attempted to locate the man, but were unsuccessful. After the officers left, the woman allegedly picked the man up and left the scene.
No arrests were made.
Other recent incidents investigated by Auburn Police include:
• theft by taking on Wages Road. A 5’x10’ utility trailer was stolen out of the owner’s driveway.
• missing person on Atlanta Highway. A woman reported her friend missing. The friend had been ill and was later found safe in a medical facility.
• fraud on Hickory Court. A woman learned her credit card had been compromised when she received a call from UPS informing her that a package was scheduled for delivery. Upon further investigation, the woman learned the package contained a computer which had been ordered online and was scheduled to be delivered to a Mableton address. The incident is under investigation.
• harassment on Meadow Trace Drive. A teen reported that she was being harassed by two other teens. The teen said the harassment was taking place through text messages and Facebook. One of the suspects said the dispute stems from a “love triangle situation.” As the suspects live in Winder, the victim was told how to obtain a warrant within the city.
• domestic dispute on Jonaquil Avenue. Police were called to mediate a dispute between a man and his girlfriend’s son.