A woman on E. 34th Street said she is missing her bottom dentures, and she suspects that her daughter-in-law took them.
Sheila D. Brown said the daughter-in-law came over in company with a police officer to retrieve some items and might have gone into her bathroom.
The daughter-in-law denied the charge, saying she never went into the bathroom. She said the officer was with her every step of the way.
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Bill Oughtred, manager of Cellular Sales on Cummings Highway, said three males and two females came into the store.
He said they appeared to be either Greek or Italian.
He said while he was waiting on a male and female, the other three went toward the back of the business. He said he suspected that they went into a back room that is off limits to the public.
He later did an inventory and found that 10 cell phones were missing worth $5,929.99.
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At a sandwich shop on East Brainerd Road, it was found that the front door was open while the business was closed.
A video showed either a dark-skinned white male or a light-skinned black male use a rock to break into the front door. He was wearing a purple hoodie, blue jeans and white shoes.
The cash register was forced open and the cash tray was on the floor.
Police said $40 was taken from a coin donation box.
Damage to the door was estimated at $800.
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Mary Stokes of MLK Boulevard told officers she had surgery last year. She claimed the doctor placed a strange tracking device somewhere on the left side of her body that is causing her pain.
She acknowledged the problem could just be "gas."
An officer recommended that she "go back to the doctor and ask for an explanation."