Police gave this account:
Raymond Davis, 52, of Hamilton Road had walked into the residence about 5:30 p.m. Saturday. He argued with the woman, then shot her in the leg and fired two more shots at a man before fleeing in a red truck toward Hamilton Road, then running on foot.
Davis was attacked by a chained dog between Edgewood Avenue and Brenda Boulevard. Police caught him on Hamilton Road shortly after the incident.
The woman was taken to West Georgia Medical Center.
Davis was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, burglary and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.
Change thrown at employees
A former employee of Taco Bell became angry and threw change at employees after getting into an argument in the restaurant at 314 New Franklin Road.
Employees said the man had been talking with current employees when he was told to place an order or leave. The man then yelled at the manager and threw a handful of change on the counter, striking another person. He then left, walking toward Mitchell Avenue.
Officers later found the man on Mitchell Avenue, and he was charged with criminal trespass.
— Jimmy Bonner, 55, of East Depot Street was charged with possession of cocaine and obstruction.
— Jessica Lane, 23, of Nantucket Drive was charged with possession of a controlled substance and theft by taking.
Dog bites boy
A boy was bitten by a dog while riding his bike at Addie and East Depot streets.
Police said the youth was riding through the area when he was attacked by a dog on Jarboe Street.
Officers found the dog and captured it, citing the owner for dog running at large and not having proof of rabies.
A woman received a counterfeit $10 bill after paying for an order at a restaurant. She didn’t realize the bill was counterfeit until she attempted to get a mark off the bill and the ink smeared.
— A man’s glasses were taken and damaged during an argument in the 200 block of Bonaventure Drive. Damage was estimated at $490.
— The back door to a residence in the 400 block of Hickory Terrace was damaged, causing about $400 damage.
— A vandal cracked the windshield of a woman’s vehicle in the Big Lots parking lot at 127 Commerce Ave. Damage was estimated at $250.
— A GMC van stolen from Katie’s restaurant at 614 Lincoln St. was found in the street in the 600 block of Murphy Avenue. A witness told officers he saw six people jump out of the van and run.
— A Dell desktop computer, a printer and a rolling bag were stolen from a residence in the 500 block of Meadow Terrace after thieves kicked in the front door. Items were valued at $770.
— A woman’s wallet was taken from her purse while in Walmart at 803 New Franklin Road. The wallet contained a $600 diamond ring, IDs and credit cards. Items were valued at $630.
— A Titanium bicycle valued at $500 was stolen from Cameron Crossing Apartments at 1600 Meadow Terrace.
— A HTC myTouch cell phone valued at $300 was stolen from the console of a vehicle in the first block of Habersham Drive.
— A thief took a man’s clothes and the title to his car from a residence in the 200 block of Revis Street. The man also said his waterbed was slashed. The items were valued at $200.
— A thief stole $200 stolen from a woman after an argument in the 500 block of Revis Street.
— A Schwinn Stingray valued at $100 was stolen from a residence in the 200 block of Pierce Street.
— A thief stole all the drinks and money from a Coca-Cola vending machine inside a West Georgia Technical College building at 303 Fort Drive.
Crime Stoppers rewards approved
Officials with Troup County sheriff’s department have approved new Crime Stoppers rewards for August.
Approved were 14158, $200; 14187, $200; 14170, $100;14179, $100; and 14185, $50. Rewards less than 90 days old still remaining are 13977, $50; and 13987, $50.
Callers with those numbers may redeem their money by calling sheriff’s Sgt. Chad Mann at (706) 883-161 or Crime Stoppers at (706) 812-1000.
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