The following information was provided to the Reporter by the Sandy Springs Police Department from its records and is presumed to be accurate.

Robberies

300 block of Winding River Dr., 30350 – A man reported that just after 3 p.m. he was at his apartment carport area when he was approached by two men, one of which pulled a weapon. They took some cash and jewelry from the victim and then left.

Suspect 1 is a male was wearing black faded t-shirt and jeans. He is 5-8” and 180 lbs. He had short hair, about one inch, and a beard. Suspect 2 is a male wearing a baseball-type shirt with a white t-shirt underneath and jean shorts. He is about 6-0” to 6-2” and 175-185 lbs. He was clean-shaven and wore a baseball cap.

7000 block of Roswell Rd., 30328 – A man said he was robbed just before 4 a.m. by a male, 5-8” and 225 lbs. The suspect was wearing a white bandana over his face, a white t-shirt and black pants. The victim, a cabbie, was in front of an apartment building to pick up a fare. The victim gave the suspect some cash and the man then fled into another apartment building. The victim said he later saw the same man in front of the other apartment building a short time later.

1700 block of Monterrey Pkwy., 30350 – A man reported that he was robbed, just before midnight, by two males. The suspects wore black bandanas over their faces. One was about 6-0”, black jacket and jeans. The other wore a black jacket and jeans. The victim said they took money and his cell phone. He said he saw a black Ford Crown Victoria near the incident area just before the robbery.

1000 block of Hammond Dr., 30328 – This victim said he was assaulted in a parking lot around 1:30 a.m. He told the officers that he had been at a pool hall downtown earlier in the evening. He caught a cab to go home and on the way he stopped at an ATM. When he got out, he was jumped by several men.

5900 block of Roswell Rd., 30328 – A man walked into the T-Mobile Store and told the clerk he wanted to buy four Blackberry phones. The clerk said when he brought the phones back to the counter from the back room; the man pulled a gun and took the phones. He was last seen walking south on Roswell Road. The suspect is a male, 20-24 years old, skinny, about six feet tall, and wore a dark baseball hat, a dark green dress suit and brown shoes.

4500 block of Roswell Rd., 30342 – The victim said she was walking through her apartment complex and toward the bus stop around 5:40 a.m. when she was approached by a man who asked her where she was going and then grabbed her purse. The suspect managed to wrestle the purse away from the victim and then fled through the complex. A witness said the man appeared to be about 5-7” to 5-8” and 160-180 lbs. He was wearing a gray hoodie sweatshirt and jeans.

Arrests

Richard Rogers, 22, of Winding River Drive in Sandy Springs was arrested for giving a false name to a police officer following a traffic stop.

Marvin Hollie, 34, from Ridgepoint Lane in Woodstock was arrested for possession of cocaine WID.

Kenneth Lee Ross, 23, from Summit Springs Drive in Sandy Springs was arrested on a warrant for FTA on drug charges.

William Peck, 39, of Antioch Drive in Atlanta was arrested for failure to appear.

Shakena Daise, 26, of Windy Hill Road in Marietta, was arrested for fraudulent use of retail sales slips after she was caught falsely returning items to the Home Depot.

Katie Moore, 27, from Calibre Springs Way in Sandy Springs was charged with disorderly while intoxicated following a disturbance call.

Edgar Barrera, 20, of Chamblee Tucker Road in DeKalb County was arrested for reckless driving, open container and theft by receiving after a traffic stop for excessive speed. Turns out the car was stolen too. The passenger, Sergerio Sadobal, 28, was also arrested. There’s nothing like popping a brew and driving 90 plus miles an hour to blend right into traffic with your stolen car.

Last But Not Least

I’d like to leave you with a friendly reminder: It’s getting warmer now and the bars are opening up the outside areas and the beer is flowing and it’s just about now that people start to come out of their cabin-fever issues and start to stretch their legs. Unfortunately they’re stretching their mouths too. I’m talking to the guys now.

In the springtime we get a lot of calls at the bars where guys get into fights and sometimes beat up because of running off at the mouth too much. They can’t help it. Its springtime and their thoughts turn to the pretty girls in the bars who now don’t have to wear all that — clothing. Brains go south and with the loss of blood in the neck and head region, men begin to babble incoherently. Coupled with alcohol, they soon begin to feel they are invincible and, for some reason, totally acceptable to anyone in any situation.

It is during the spring that we get calls of someone getting beat up after he sat down at a table to speak a pretty girl — completely ignoring the guy sitting next to her — not the 90 pound weakling but the guy who bends things like steel, when he’s bored. Be careful.