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by Karen Phillips

The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled

ARSON AT HARDEES ON RANDLEMAN ROAD

Greensboro police responded to a call about a suspicious person at Hardees on Randleman Road on Monday a little before 9 p.m. When they got there, they discovered that the suspect had started a fire in the restroom. The suspect was arrested without incident. There was no structural damage to the building.

GREENSBORO MAN SHOT ON HEWLETT STREET

Greensboro officers responded to Barton Street in reference to a call about a shooting on Dec. 12 at about 7:20 p.m. Ricky Williams, 25, said he was walking on Hewlett Street near the intersection of Barton Street when he heard a gunshot. He then discovered that he had been shot. Williams was taken to Cone hospital for treatment. His wounds were non life-threatening injury.

SHOTS FIRED AT APARTMENTS ON BERNAU AVENUE

Greensboro Officers responded to a call on Bernau Avenue regarding the discharge of firearm on Dec.12 a little after 7:00 p.m. Officers discovered that shots had been fired into two apartment units. When the officers investigated both apartments, one was unoccupied, and the other was occupied but no one was injured. The investigation is ongoing.

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT ON HIGH POINT ROAD

Shortly after midnight on Dec.12, Greensboro police responded to the Cone hospital in reference a stabbing. Michael Awolowo, 19, said he had been stabbed on High Point Road near Merritt Drive at about 11:45 p.m. Information about who stabbed him was not available. Awolowo was treated for non-life threatening injuries.

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