Alex Leon-Colberg. (Credit: Cobb County Sheriff's Office)

Good Samaritan’s 911 call leads to drug arrest  

A 911 caller’s concern about a person vomiting near his car lead Marietta police to two alleged drug dealers.

Police were called Thursday to the 20 block of Atlanta Street in reference to a medical call, spokeswoman Officer Brittany Wallace said. The 911 caller said a man was sitting in his car vomiting. 

Officers saw Alex Leon-Colberg and Micheal Vliek sitting in a Ford Fusion at a parking lot, Wallace said. When police went to question Vliek, he ran to a Honda Odyssey van and drove off. Wallace said a woman he knew was also inside of the car. 

Leon-Colberg told police he was there to pick up a friend after work. He let officers search his car, which had several drugs and a gun inside. 

He was arrested and faces multiple drug charges. Police also charged him with obstruction of law enforcement. 

Leon-Colberg remains in the Cobb County jail. 

Police are still looking for Vliek. His last known location was near Columbus. 

Anyone with information is asked to contact Marietta police at 770-794-6990. Tipsters can also remain anonymous, and be eligible for rewards of up to $2,000, by contacting Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477, texting information to 274637 or visiting crimestoppersatlanta.org.

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