Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Dog disappears, reappears in heat.

Courtesy Appen Newspapers

MILTON - Police were called to a missing dog July 4 at the Target shopping center on Ga. 9 in Milton. According to the victim at about 5:20 p.m. he had driven to the shopping center, leaving his dog in the car. According to the driver, all four windows were rolled down roughly 5 inches so the dog could get plenty of air. Less than 10 minutes later, the victim returned and saw his doors were unlocked and the dog missing.Evidently the dog was “rescued” and turned up at a nearby Petco store.


He didn’t say a mouthful.

MILTON - Police pulled over a vehicle on Avensong Crossing July 11 when the officer noticed neither passenger wearing a seat belt.The driver, Kwame Lebron-Smith, 20, of Sonata Lane, Milton, was known to the officer and had been arrested before. The officer asked Lebron-Smith if he knew it was the law to wear seat belts, Lebron-Smith nodded but said nothing. When asked if he was all right, he nodded again. When asked if he was high, he shrugged. This was when the officer noticed that there was something in Lebron-Smith’s mouth - a small bag of marijuana. Lebron-Smith was arrested for not wearing a seat belt and possession of marijuana.

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