Among reports filed with police:

Arrests

2800 block of Palamar Drive: A dispute among family members required police intervention. Police saw marks on a woman’s neck and took a 41-year-old man to jail for aggravated assault.

Albany and G streets: Police stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver was found to be in possession of lots of dope. The case was turned over to the county/city narcotics squad.

1919 U.S. Highway 17: A man assaulted a woman in the Lanier Plaza shopping center. Police took the 35-year-old to jail, charged with simple battery.

2701 J St.: Two women were mixing it up out behind the car wash. Police intervened and arrested one woman, charging the 34-year-old with battery.

Police Assist

150 Altama Connector: A guy overdid it with his prescription medication, taking far more than the doctor intended and passing out in his car in the Wal-Mart parking lot as a result. Police called county EMS workers to examine him. Then an officer went and picked up a buddy of the guy, so that the buddy could then drive him and his car safely home.

3451 Cypress Mill Road: Someone called police to report that a bunch of teenagers were smoking grass outside the Grandy’s restaurant. Police arrived and determined that the kids were in fact stoned on pot. Police called their parents, who arrived to nip this pot party in the bud.

Wolfe and S Streets: A thief stole a man’s vehicle in McIntosh County and the heist did not sit well with the victim’s friend. The friend tracked the stolen vehicle down to this intersection in Brunswick. City police confirmed that the vehicle had been reported stolen by Darien Police. The Darien cops had it towed back to McIntosh County.

Assault

2600 block of Wolfe Street: A woman called police to report that she had been attacked by man. Police arrived and determined that it was the other way around — she attacked the man. Police arrested no one.

— Larry Hobbs

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