Drunken man sleeping in another person’s driveway unhappy when awakened by police

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Shaheid N. Bilal. Photo/Fayette County Jail.
Shaheid N. Bilal. Photo/Fayette County Jail.

Find someone asleep in a vehicle in your driveway? It’s better to call the cops and let them deal with it.

Peachtree City police reports noted that an officer on May 13 at approximately 7:50 p.m. responded to a Raintree Bend residence off South Peachtree Parkway in reference to a person asleep behind the wheel in the homeowner’s driveway, according to police reports.

Shaheid N. Bilal, 45, of Hampton, was subsequently charged with drug possession, terroristic threats (felony), obstruction, criminal trespass, open container, DUI alcohol and suspended license, according to Fayette County Jail records.

Peachtree City Police Department spokesman Chris Hyatt said Bilal was clearly under the influence and was uncooperative when asked to exit the vehicle.

Bilal was found to be in possession of suspected methamphetamine, along with an open container of alcohol found inside the vehicle, reports said.

The terroristic threats charge resulted from statements made by Bilal while being transported to jail.

Hyatt said Bilal commented that he would kill the officer’s wife and family and would do things of a sexual nature to the women in the officer’s life.