An Auburn woman was recently accused of threatening to kill her ex-husband’s new female roommate.
According to the roommate, the ex-wife called and asked to speak to her ex-husband. When the victim advised that the woman’s ex-husband was not at home, the ex-wife became irritated and started questioning the victim.
The ex-wife reportedly asked the victim if she enjoyed living in her house and sleeping with her ex-husband. The ex-wife then allegedly said she intended to come over to the house and kill the victim.
The officer called the ex-wife and left a voice message advising her not to make any further calls to the victim.
The victim said she would tape record any further conversations with the ex-wife.
No charges were filed.
Other recent incidents investigated by Auburn Police include:
• theft by taking on Cabot’s Drive. A white pop-up camper with blue stripes was reported stolen. The camper was valued at $4,000.
• theft by taking on County Line Road. A four-wheeler valued at $300 was reported stolen. A witness noticed a white Ford Ranger backed into the driveway near the time of the theft. The driver was described as a tall, chubby white male with a shaved head.
• harassment on Atlanta Highway. A woman believes her ex-husband has been slashing the tires on her car while she is at work. The woman’s boyfriend also had one of his tires slashed and the woman said she has received harassing phone calls as well.
• harassment on Carter Road. A couple said they paid a man $4,500 to re-roof and paint their home. The man put on the new roof, but did not complete the painting and refused to refund any of their money. On the advice of their attorney, the couple refused to allow the man to retrieve equipment he left at their home until he refunded their money. The couple called police after the man began harassing them about the equipment. The officer advised the couple to return the equipment and settle the matter in court.
• stalking on Union Court. A woman said she has received numerous letters from an ex-boyfriend who has been arrested twice for acts of domestic violence against her. The man reportedly has written that he wants to reconcile and will do anything to get back together with her. The woman said she is afraid of the man. She was advised to retain the letters and contact police immediately if the man shows up at her residence.
• possession of marijuana on Hwy. 8. An officer stopped a man for a traffic violation. During the course of the traffic stop, the officer noticed a strong odor of burnt marijuana. The officer searched the vehicle and found a small bag of marijuana. The driver was issued a citation for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and released at the scene.
• burglary on Skeet Hill Court. A man returned home to find lights on that had been off when he left. The man said several doors which had been closed were open when he returned. The home was secure and no items were missing.
• damage to property on Mary Carter Road. A vehicle was damaged while parked at the ball fields.
• theft by taking on Carter Road. A dark gray Jeep Comanche with a red top was reported stolen. Two witnesses reported seeing a neighbor driving the Jeep and thought the victim had loaned the vehicle to the man. The Jeep was listed as stolen.
• battery on River Trace. A 13-year-old juvenile was taken into custody and transported to the youth detention center in Gainesville after striking his mother and brother during an altercation.