An Auburn man informed an officer that he intended to seek vengeance against his cousin.
On Oct. 11, the officer was speaking with the man when the man advised he was going to “stomp” his cousin the way his cousin “stomped his girlfriend.”
The officer advised the man he should not do anything that would violate the terms of his probation.
The man indicated that would not be a problem because he intended to take his cousin into the woods where there would be no witnesses. The man further advised he intended to do this as soon as his cousin gets of jail which he expects should be some time around Thanksgiving.
Other recent incidents investigated by Auburn Police include:
•domestic dispute on Saddlecreek Road. A man threatened to break his sister-in-law’s neck if his dogs were killed after she accidentally let them escape. All parties involved said the comment was made in the heat of the moment and no real threat was implied.
•forgery on Atlanta Highway. Police were called to the Auburn Express after management learned several bad checks had been cashed at the business. The Barrow County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a similar case according to the police report.
•forgery on Atlanta Highway. A suspect attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at the Auburn Express. No description of the suspect was provided and no other information given by the clerk.
•harassment on County Line Auburn Road. A woman said her daughter was being harassed by a man via phone, Facebook and text messages.
•domestic dispute on Hickory Circle. Police were called after one brother allegedly threatened to kill another brother. Due to insufficient probable cause, no arrests were made and the parties were separated.