Man Says Girlfriend Pointed Gun at Him, Ordered Him to Drive to Other Girlfriend's House

Inside the Police Reports: The incident started when the two began arguing in a parking lot off Jimmy Carter, according to Norcross police.

A man is accusing his girlfriend of putting a gun to his head, forcing him into a car, and ordering him to go to his other girlfriend's house earlier this month.

According to a Norcross Police report, a city officer met with a DeKalb County officer at Clairmont Road and North Decatur Road in Atlanta to speak about the incident, which allegedly started in a parking lot at 6295 Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Norcross. 

The report says that Gwinnett and DeKalb police had sent out a "bolo" (be on the look-out) in reference to a black Buick Lucerne, which was being followed by the complainant.

The complainant told police that the Buick had a woman in the backseat holding a gun to the male driver. Police caught up with the Lucerne and conducted a felony stop to remove the two subjects. The gun was found in plain sight in the car, says the report.

According to the boyfriend, he and his girlfriend were arguing in the Norcross when she pulled a gun on him. She told him to get into the car and drive, and he complied. She then placed the gun to his head and ordered him to take her to his other girlfriend's house.

The suspect was handcuffed and taken to the Norcross Police Department for further investigation. The report does not state if she was arrested or charged with the incident. The Norcross Police report lists the incident as a kidnapping.

Inside the Police Reports runs regularly every week. The information is based solely on police incident reports provided on request.

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Sarah Bakhtiari February 19, 2013 at 05:50 PM
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