Leaving Accident Scene Is No Way To Help Family –

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A Virginia man drove away from the scene of an accident to spare his brother-in-law’s insurance on the car he borrowed, but all he did was assure that’d he’d face another charge.

Milton police responded to the scene of an accident at Morris and Webb roads at 9:41 p.m. on June 26 to find that one of the motorists had driven away. They drove to the Milton resident’s home, and later caught up with his brother-in-law, who was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident and following too closely.

Cumming Man Charged With DUI

A Cumming man whose car failed to stay within the northbound lane of GA 9 as it traveled north on GA 9 on June 25 was arrested for DUI and failure to maintain lane.

Drive Home Takes Detour to Jail

A Milton man didn’t quite make it home before being pulled over by Milton police on June 25 at 4:24 a.m.

The motorist was driving north on Deerfield Parkway and his car left its lane twice as it approached Webb Road. As it neared Webb Road, the car’s left turn signal was turned on and it traveled north in the left lane of Deerfield.

After pulling the vehicle over, the driver was charged with DUI and failure to maintain lane.

Wear Your Seatbelts, Especially If You Have Drugs

Driving can be hazardous–especially if you have illegal drugs in the car, as a Milton man found on July 24.

A Milton officer was parked in the Red Bandana parking lot at GA 9 and Bethany Bend when he saw a driver not wearing his seat belt. The motorist was pulled over in the El Aztec parking lot. A smell that officers identified as marijuana was coming from the car and a green leafy substance was found on the floorboards, between the driver’s seat and center console and underneath the driver’s seat.

The motorist was charged with possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, driving on a suspended license and not wearing a seat belt.

Milton Resident’s Lawn Care Gear Stolen

Someone might be starting their own landscaping business after stealing a STIHL brand chainsaw, weed eater and backpack blower from a Hopewell Road resident’s storage shed.

The victim reported to Milton police that he left his house at 8:30 a.m. on June 24, and when he returned at 5:30 the same day, he saw the storage shed door was open. The police report said that it appeared the door was pried open.

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