By Joe Johnson
An Athens man reported this week he was robbed at knifepoint by two women in his home on Sayemore Drive, according to an Athens-Clarke County police report.
When officers responded to the 49-year-old man’s 2:56 a.m. 911 call on Tuesday, he told them that he met the women outside of El Camino Real on North Avenue and invited them to his house to drink beer, according to the report.
Once inside, the man claimed, one of the women pinned him down to a couch while the other took a wallet from his pocket, according to the report.
The wallet reportedly contained $2,000 and the man’s ICE papers.
The man said that the women left in a silver-gray truck, and soon after two males showed up and asked him what happened. He reportedly told them that he “just got robbed with a knife by the females” and then the males left in a silver-gray truck.
The man told officers that the females frequently go to El Camino Real and that he would be able to identify them if he saw them again, according to the report.
The report noted that the man was intoxicated and he changed his story about the alleged robbery multiple times.