A lot can happen in three days — as evidenced by the list of madness and mayhem in the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety daily reports.
Here's a glimpse into some of the incidents reported from Dec. 5 to Dec. 7. They consist of allegations only.
- At Walmart, an adult male struck a 14-year-old female stranger unprovoked. He struck her across the face with whipped cream in his hand. He and another male laughed and ran from the store. Address: 11770 Haynes Bridge Road
- At Smith’s Taxidermy, a customer reported leaving a deer and a $200 deposit with the suspect to have the deer mounted in 2013. The suspect never delivered the deer or returned the deposit. Address: 2485 Old Milton Parkway
- At Best Buy, an employee was accused of taking $100 promotional gift cards that were for customers and keeping them. He was booked into jail. Address: 975 North Point Drive
- At Dillard's in North Point Mall, a man took around $500 worth of children’s clothes and fled the store in a white sedan. Address: 7000 North Point Circle
- Also: Documentation of a civil dispute where an Uber driver ran over the caller’s foot by accident last week. The caller is already in negotiations with Uber.
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