Police Beat

 

METH FOUND IN WOMAN’S VAGINA    

Officer Nelson was called for back up on 1270 Shiloh Rd. on the evening of April 10. Upon arrival, Officer Henderson informed his backup that he needed assistance searching a female suspect. The handcuffed woman allegedly told Henderson she had methamphetamine located in her vagina. The officers released one handcuff from the suspect and escorted her to a private area next to a nearby building. According to the report, two plastic bags containing the drugs were partially inside the woman’s genitals. Officer Nelson wrote in her report that she removed the two bags without penetrating the woman. The drugs and the woman were then turned over to Henderson. 

 

STATE TROOPER NEARLY STRUCK BY SPEEDING BMW    

Georgia State Patrol Trooper J. Puckett was directing traffic on Big Shanty Road around midnight April 20 and noticed a black BMW driving at an extremely high speed. The vehicle almost hit other cars that were parked in the vicinity. Puckett detained the driver and contacted Officer Altman. Puckett told the officer that he feared the speeding vehicle was going to strike him. Officer Altman arrested the driver for reckless driving and transported him to the Cobb County Adult Detention Center. 

 

SURPRISED STUDENT ARRESTED FOR UNPAID TICKET    

A male student entered the lobby of the KSU Police Department on the evening of April 17 to inquire about a bicycle in the KSU bike storage area. Upon performing a background check on the student’s driver’s license, Officer Haynes discovered that the student had an outstanding warrant for his arrest by the Kennesaw Police Department. The student stated that he received a ticket from Kennesaw Police but could not figure out how to pay it online. He also said he was unaware that he could be arrested for not paying a ticket. The student was apprehended and transported to the Kennesaw Police Department. 

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