The Peachtree City Police Department headed to Bed, Bath, and Beyond March 6 to investigate an unusual call.
Police responded to a domestic disturbance call and heard from a complainant that a male had used racial slurs and brandished a firearm when she approached him in regards to him possibly hitting her vehicle.
A canvass of the nearby businesses was conducted with negative result, police said.
Also on March 6, a victim showed up at Peachtree City Police headquarters alleging a theft. The victim said he was advised by the postal service that on Feb. 27 at approximately noon a package containing five long sleeved polo styled shirts, with a combined value of $200 dollars, were delivered to his home after being left near the front door. However, since that delivery date, the victim has not seen the package and assumes it was stolen by unknown persons.
Fayetteville Police are investigating a burglary that was reported March 4 on Briarstreet Way. On the same day, the department investigated a theft of $300 Bose headphones on Lanier Avenue.
On March 5, the department responded to 125 Pavilion Parkway in reference to an auto theft. Police said a 2010 Ford Fusion was taken.
On March 8, the department assisted in a undercover alcohol sting against city businesses. Spokesperson Ann Marie Burdett said licenses were revoked from individual servers and cashiers at Food Depot, Flash Foods, the Olde Courthouse Tavern, Village Cafe, and Thai Jasmine for selling alcohol to a minor. She said the operation was conducted by the Department of Revenue. The businesses caught up in the sting received a warning, while the individuals cited could be faced with not being able to serve or sell alcohol for two years.