Police were called to a Shenandoah Circle residence after a woman accused her married neighbor of sleeping with her boyfriend.
The complainant said she was mowing her yard when her neighbor walked over and accused her of sleeping with her boyfriend.
The complainant, who is married, said the woman “got in her face” and threatened to “kick her ass.” The complainant said the woman then insisted on speaking with the complainant’s husband.
When police interviewed the woman, she explained that she felt her neighbor’s husband had a right to know that his wife was sleeping with her boyfriend.
According to the woman, her boyfriend has been sneaking out of her house at night and visiting the neighbor’s house while the complainant’s husband was at work.
The woman was advised not to return to her neighbor’s home at the complainant’s request.
Later that day, police were called back to the residence after the complainant discovered a broken beer bottle in her driveway. The complainant suspected that the other woman was responsible.
The woman denied knowing anything about the broken beer bottle as did her boyfriend.
Other recent incidents investigated by Winder Police include: •theft on Bellview Street. A bicycle was stolen while the owner was inside the library. Surveillance video shows a black male wearing blue jeans and a white t-shirt riding away from the library on the black and yellow bicycle.
•damage to automobile on West Athens Street. A woman noticed her green Ford Contour had been damaged after visiting a store on West Athens Street.
•damage to property on Jasmine Drive. A mailbox and post was damaged.
•criminal trespass on James Street. A homeowner reported hearing several kicks on his back door in what he believes was an attempted burglary.
•first degree forgery on West Athens Street. A store employee reported that a white female passed a $10 bill which was later determined to be counterfeit.
•entering auto on North Broad Street. A black leather purse and its contents were removed from a car after the owner inadvertently left it unlocked.
•damage to property on East May Street. A customer driving a truck and horse trailer struck the drive thru roof at Burger King.
•damage to property on West Athens Street. A man claimed his vehicle was damaged by flying glass when two other vehicles collided. The officer was unable to see any damage and the complainant was unable to produce any of the flying glass which he said flew into his vehicle.
•criminal trespass on East May Street. A building owner said he suspects someone cut a hole in the roof of his building causing water to leak inside one of the suites.
•burglary on Duke Street. A landlord suspects her former tenants of deliberately flooding her rental house after she had them evicted.
•theft by taking on Century Oaks Drive. A laptop computer was reported stolen.
•criminal trespass on Pinkston Oak Circle. A man said he was standing next to his vehicle when he heard a gunshot. The man said an object buzzed by his head and shattered the back window of his vehicle.
•burglary on Resource Parkway. A laptop computer was stolen after the thief smashed an office window with a large rock in order to gain access to the building.
•stolen auto on West Athens Street. A homeless man reported his minivan had been stolen while he was having a cup of coffee with a friend. The man said he left his keys and cell phone inside the vehicle.
•no insurance on McElroy Street. A vehicle was impounded after an officer determined it was not insured.
•aggravated assault on Baskin’s Circle. A man said an acquaintance hit him over the head with a gun during a dispute over money and a cell phone.