Officers arrest man at residence complicated | Public Security

DUNWOODY, Ga. — Police arrested a Dunwoody man Dec. 22 for obstruction after he refused to supply his identify and birthday. 

A Dunwoody officer stated he was dispatched to Jefferson on the Perimeter Flats on Ashford Dunwoody Highway and met with a leasing supervisor. 

The supervisor stated she wished a person criminally trespassed from the leasing workplace. 

The officer’s narrative didn’t embrace the rationale for the supervisor’s request. 

Because the officer was talking with the supervisor, the person re-entered the workplace.

The officer stated he notified the person that he was being criminally trespassed and requested for his identify and birthdate.

The person stated he didn’t have his identification and he wouldn’t present the knowledge.

The officer stated he defined to the person “that it was nonsense for him to get arrested for not offering his identify and date of beginning.”

After talking along with his lawyer on the cellphone, the person nonetheless refused to supply the knowledge.

Ultimately, two officers positioned the person in handcuffs.

The officer stated the person was criminally trespassed from the leasing workplace and transported to DeKalb County Jail on an obstruction cost. 


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