A Chalet North Court resident notified police June 13 after a neighbor slit her tires when she complained they were being too loud.
The 38-year-old victim said she went to her neighbor’s home around 8:45 p.m. to request that her children be quieter. In the meantime, the neighbor’s daughter, 26-year-old Brenda Michelle Carter, took a knife and slit two tires on the victim’s Chevrolet Blazer, according to an incident report.
Carter was no longer at the scene when deputies arrived. The officer stated in the report he would secure a warrant at a later time.
Gun is pulled
Police were called to the Waffle House at 321 Georgia Avenue early June 14 after reports a man pulled a gun on patrons in the parking lot.
Police located the suspect’s red Pontiac on Buena Vista Avenue and initiated a traffic stop. According to an incident report, the driver stated he had pulled the pistol he lawfully had possession of when he was threatened by three unknown men in the parking lot.
He told police he and his wife were attempting to leave the restaurant about 2:50 a.m. when the men came to his car and began yelling. One of the men then stuck his head in the window and appeared to be intoxicated. When he refused to move, the suspect pulled a handgun from the glove box before leaving the scene.
Officers returned to the restaurant but were unable to make contact with witnesses or the other party. No charges were filed.