MEDICS AND POLICE responded to a call about a "person down" on Kimberly Road. The "person down" was a 53-year-old Decatur man, who smelled of booze.A police officer asked the man to let the medics examine him. The man resisted, saying, "Fuck you! You are the devil!" So the officer arrested the man. During arrest, the man kept saying, "Adolph is going to kill me! I hate you, I wish you would die! You smell bad!"
The man was taken to a police precinct, where he was charged with public drunkenness.
AN OFFICER went to an apartment on Ponce de Leon Avenue to investigate a suspicious letter. At the apartment, a woman said her father received a letter March 10 from an unknown person. She wanted police to review the letter to determine if it was threatening. The letter is titled "Real Time Philosophy of Johnny Tsunami." "Nothing in the packet seemed threatening toward [the father]," the officer wrote, noting that the Zone 6 police department received a similar packet months ago.