On Oct. 16 Johns Creek Police officers responded to "shots fired" calls to an address on Cinnabar Drive. An officer saw a male standing in the back yard and detained him. Officers established a perimeter around the house and made contact with a man inside, who was told to step outside and complied. He was also detained, and officers determined no one else was inside the home. The two men are brothers. Officers brought the one who was found outside to the police department to be interviewed. The one who had been inside the home was arrested and charged with felony counts of aggravated assault and firearm possession during an attempted crime.
On Oct. 17 a employee at Kroger on State Bridge Road was arrested for using a company computer to put credit on his Kroger Plus Card, which he then used to purchase several items in the store.
On Oct. 17 a man reported that he accidentally left his Cannon Power Shot camera at the main playground area of Ocee Park. When he returned, the camera was no longer there.
On Oct. 17 a woman on Plantation Bridge Drive reported that as she was unloading groceries from her car, she left her purse directly behind her vehicle in the driveway and later realized it was missing. She stated that her credit card had been used after the purse was stolen.
On Oct. 25 a woman reported that her wallet was stolen from her purse while she was at work at State Farm on Johns Creek Parkway.
On. Oct. 26 a resident on Abbotts Mill Drive reported that his vehicle registration decal was removed from his car.
On Oct. 18 a vehicle on Bristol Lane was reported broken into via breaking the front driver window. The car's radio and a GPS unit were stolen.
On Oct. 20 an unlocked vehicle in a parking lot on Abbotts Bridge Road was reported broken into. A GPS unit was reported stolen.