Instead, the suspect was a 37-year-old man, who was wearing a long brown wig, and was dressed as a woman. The man was about 6 feet tall and weighed about 250 pounds.
The female impersonator was promptly arrested and searched. Police uncovered a forged identification card with the Indianapolis woman's name on it.
A police officer called the woman in Indianapolis, Ind. She said the 37-year-old man had fraudulently established accounts in her name in several locations in metro Atlanta.
A 37-year-old man
The 37-year-old thought that the driver might be a diabetic suffering from a seizure, so he called 911.
Units dispatched to the scene included a fire rescue unit, a medical unit and a police officer.
The police officer questioned the driver, a 51-year-old man from Marietta who was wearing khaki pants and a plaid shirt. The driver kept saying the word "what" and had difficulty maintaining his balance.
When the driver stepped out of the car, the officer noticed two empty bottles of Jagermeister in the driver's side door.
The driver was arrested for DUI.
A 29-year-old woman
The waiter then left the restaurant.
A police sergeant
Go ahead and try, said the homeless man.
The sergeant told the homeless man to put his hands behind his back.
The homeless man stood and looked at the sergeant. The sergeant grabbed the homeless man's left arm and put it behind his back. The sergeant then attempted to grab the right arm, but the homeless man twisted away from him. The sergeant eventually managed to get control of both arms and handcuffed the homeless man. He was then escorted to a security office. En route, the homeless man said that he wanted to be arrested, he was tired of sleepless nights and the street life. The homeless man received some minor scratches on his face during the scuffle to get him handcuffed, but he refused medical treatment. "[The homeless man] was asked to leave the property due to his loitering, body odor and not wearing any shoes."