Recent police reports of note. All reports were supplied by local police departments.
NO PARTIER LEFT BEHIND:
After his friends left him at a club and went to a woman’s apartment, Nasser Ramos-Villaverde allegedly went to the apartment on Ivywood Lane, broke the victim’s window, climbed in the residence and started a fight. Ramos-Villaverde was arrested on a charge of criminal trespass/damage misdemeanor and taken to jail where he was issued a $2,000 bond.
YOU HONKING AT ME?:
An unknown male suspect began driving aggressively at the corner of Kimball Bridge and State Bridge roads and followed another driver home after she honked her horn at him when he did not move for a green light. The suspect got out of his car with a bat, but then fled in his vehicle.
A resident of Ridge Court filed a report with the Alpharetta police to document receiving repeated unwanted texts from an unknown person. The texts were not threatening or obscene, just annoying.
A man on Summerwood Lane reported being a victim of identity theft after discovering some unknown person, or people, used his information to obtain a student loan and enroll at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, Mich. Once the loan was funded, the unknown person(s) withdrew from school and got a refund check.
Kirdy Tavernier was arrested for shoplifting June 7 from Von Maur at North Point Mall. He allegedly took about $200 in jewelry and left the store.
BORROWED BILL MONEY:
A woman on Park Wood Circle reported being the victim of bank card fraud. She misplaced her wallet and later received a phone call from her bank saying there was some fraudulent activity on her account. The suspect allegedly tried to use her bank card to pay several bills.
SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK:
A victim at 5001 Somerset Lane had the rear window of her vehicle smashed out while she was at the pool. The suspect reportedly took five expensive purses out of her car.
Alpharetta police officers were dispatched to a burglary in progress at the pool house at the Dunmoor subdivision on Centennial Drive. When officers arrived on scene, there was no forced entry into the building and nothing appeared to be missing, however, they did find wet footprints in the area as if someone had just gotten out of the pool.
The names and charges above are from area arrest warrants and crime reports. A warrant is merely an accusation of a crime, and accused people are innocent until proven guilty.