BLOTTER: Dojo Window Broken; Property Thefts
The following information was supplied by the Johns Creek Police Department.
On Aug. 3 a resident on Oak Bridge Court reported that he was in the process of moving into his home and that overnight a lawnmower, patio table and chairs, hand truck and toilet assembly were stolen from his yard.
On Aug. 8 a resident on Conventry Lane reported that someone opened her mailbox and removed a Fulton County vehicle decal from an envelope, which was then placed back in the mailbox.
On Aug. 20 a customer at Super H-Mart on Abbotts Bridge Road reported that after he finished loading his groceries into his car, he returned the cart and forgot to remove his iPad. When he arrived home, he realized he had left the iPad. He went back to the store but couldn't locate it. Apple employees tracked the location of the iPad to Dunhill Way Court but were unable to give an exact address. Police made contact with residents near the location, but all said they had not been to Super H-Mart and were unfamiliar with the lost iPad.
On Aug. 23 an employee at Sunrise Assisted Living on Medlock Bridge Road reported that someone entered her office and took cash and a car key from her purse.
On Aug. 18 the director of The Dojo on Abbotts Bridge Road reported that someone broke the bottom corner of a window to the business. He said that he saw on video three skateboarders in the area and that one of the skateboards appeared to hit the glass.