‘Who invited these strangers to my party at my house?’

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Police activity in Peachtree City over the March 17-19 weekend came with a request to remove strangers from a home who turned out to be friends and acquaintances and a woman cited for disorderly conduct after throwing a cake in a restaurant.

Officers on March 18 responded to a residence on Lamella Lane off Kedron Drive at approximately 8 a.m. in reference to a suspicious person call dealing with strangers present at the complainant’s home.

Upon their arrival, officers met with the woman and subsequently found that the parties involved were intoxicated, and the stangers noted in the call were invited friends and acquaintances of the person making the complaint, police reports said.

Officers found that a verbal argument had occurred between the parties, and the parties were separated, reports said.

Officers returned to Lamella Lane on March 18 at approximately 4:45 p.m. in reference to a theft. It is not known if the residence is the same one referenced above.

Officers were told that a laptop computer was missing from the home and had last been seen between 10 p.m. on March 17 and 4:30 p.m. on March 18, according to police reports.

A call of a domestic disturbance had officers reporting to a restaurant on Lexington Circle off Ga. Highway 54 East.

The complainant said a woman came to the restaurant and began arguing with her boyfriend then threw a cake at the front door. The offender, a Fayetteville woman, was cited for disorderly conduct, reports said.

An entering auto incident occurred on March 19 at a restaurant on North Peachtree Parkway.

Officers responded to the location in reference to an argument between two women after one of the women requested use of the other woman’s cell phone. After the investigation, one of the women claimed her vehicle had been entered and her purse stolen while shopping at the Kedron Kroger store, according to reports.

It was found that the woman, a Riverdale resident, was wanted on a probation violation charged and was arrested, reports said.

An incident on March 17 had officers responding to a residence on Cloister Drive near Flat Creek Road on a theft call.

Officers arrived at approximately 9:45 a.m. and were told that the owner of a vehicle, a Fayetteville man, left his trailer unattended for 15 minutes and returned to find a backpack blower missing.