An Auburn man called police after his mistress refused to leave his property.
According to the mistress, she and the man had been “sexually active” and the man’s wife did not know about the affair.
The woman admitted that her lover had asked her to leave the property, but said she did not believe he really wanted her to go. She also admitted hanging up the phone when the man tried to call 911, though she denied knowing who he was trying to call.
Before police arrived, the man allegedly pulled a gun on the woman and told her to leave. The mistress claimed the man was furious because he did not want his wife to find out about the affair.
The man told police that his mistress was “acting crazy” and became upset when he told her to leave.
With the wife present, the mistress began yelling at the man saying there was "something [his] wife needed to know."
Police served the mistress with a prohibited entry form and separated the parties.
Other incidents investigated by the Auburn Police Department this past week include:
• altercation over a prior burglary at a Carter Road address.
• dispute over rent collection between landlord and tenant.
• civil complaint at Parks Mill Apartments regarding the truck of a deceased relative.
• warrant service on an inmate at the DeKalb Detention Center.
• juvenile complaint regarding a homeless teenager.
• report of a stolen 4-wheeler at an Oakleaf Drive address.
• residential burglary involving the theft of a computer and peripherals as well as prescription medication.
• damage at a Barrow County pump station.
• damage to property at the Atlanta Hwy. McDonalds.