The following incidents and arrests are some but not all of the reports filed with SSPD over the listed period, dated from Sept. 13 through Sept. 19.

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

Burglary

Mount Paran Road 30342—On Sept. 13, between 6 p.m. the night before and 8:30 a.m., someone entered a garage area and took a 12-inch miter saw and an air compressor. No evidence of forced entry was found on the doors or windows.

100 block of Underwood Drive 30328—On Sept. 13, a burglary was reported, after someone entered a storage area in a carport overnight, and took an Echo backpack blower and Husqvarna trimmer.

800 block of Old Creek Trail 30328—On Sept. 14, an officer responding to an alarm call found a door open and entered the home to find evidence of forced entry on a screen door in the back. All of the rooms appeared to have been gone through. Neighbors said they saw an older, rusty-looking BMW parked in front of the home, with a woman inside, prior to the arrival of the police.

6200 block of Santa Fe Parkway 30350—On Sept. 15, just after midnight, officers received a call of a burglary in progress at an apartment. The suspect was the son of the resident’s girlfriend, who also lived there. The son was also wanted out of Fulton County on probation violations related to a burglary. The resident found the son in the apartment, and they argued when the son was asked to leave. The son left the apartment before the officers arrived. Burglary warrants will be issued.

6200 block of Roswell Road 30328—On Sept. 15, an officer responding to an alarm at a commercial business at around 3:30 a.m. found the front glass door broken. A cinder block was found on the floor, but the place was empty. The cash registers were damaged. The owner said they would be able to assess the amount of money the following day. There is video, which will be turned over to detectives.

5500 block of Long Island Drive 30342—On Sept. 15, someone took a dishwasher from a vacant home that is currently for lease.

4000 block of Jett Road 30342—On Sept. 15, a burglary was reported as having occurred between Sept. 11 and Sept. 15, where someone kicked in the back door of a vacant home and opened the garage door. They parked a car inside the garage and closed the garage door. A refrigerator and cooktop were loaded and taken.

6000 block of Bridgewood Valley Road 30328—On Sept. 17, a burglary was reported as having occurred between 7:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., where someone forced a back door to the residence open and took a 32-inch TV, iPad and Blue Ray CD/DVD Player.

400 block of Carriage Drive 30328—On Sept. 17, a burglary was reported as having happened between 12:30 p.m. and 4 p.m., where someone forced a back door to the residence open and took a 32-inch TV, iPad, and Blue Ray CD/DVD Player.

6800 block of Peachtree Dunwoody Road 30342—On Sept. 17, a burglary was reported where someone kicked in the apartment front door and took an X-Box 369 video game system, laptop and several personal documents belonging to the resident.

5500 block of Glenridge Drive 30342—On Sept. 17, a woman returning home found her apartment had been broken into, ransacked and several items were missing. She had been gone from about 7:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.

6000 block of Harleston Road 30328—On Sept. 18, a resident reported a burglary that occurred between 7 and 10:45 a.m., where someone forced a rear door open and entered the home. Among the items taken were a Rolex watch, Dell laptop and jewelry.

1000 block of Brentwood Way 30350—On Sept. 18, a burglary was reported by an owner, who said nothing was taken, but someone forced through a back bedroom window and set off the
alarm.

Theft

6400 block of Roswell Road 30328—On Sept. 13, a cab driver reported that he picked up a man, who was wearing a red shirt and red pants, at a nightlcub, and drove to Roswell Road. According to the report, the man appeared confused, telling the cabbie he didn’t remember where he lived. The man walked down Roswell Road and then got back in and opened a bottle of beer. The cabbie said he could not have an open beer in the car, and the man threatened him and then left without paying the $30
fare.

— Compiled by Capt. Steve Rose, SSPD