Man says he uses gun as intimidation
by By Brande Poulnot
Oct 01, 2010 | 1865 views | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Staff Reports

A man who admitted to pointing a gun at a 40-year-old family member told Bartow County Sheriff's Office deputies he uses the firearm as intimidation.

According to the report, following the Wednesday incident at 450 Law Road in Cartersville, deputies arrested Charles Lee Price, 65, of 446 Law Road. They had received a report of a domestic dispute involving a gun.

Price allegedly admitted to pointing the small .38 Special at the victim, and told deputies the gun was not loaded.

"I don't keep bullets in the gun so I don't kill someone," deputies reported Price said. "I use it as intimidation against them."

Price was apparently trying to remove the man from the home, and told deputies people on the property take advantage of him.

Price was charged with aggravated assault under the Family Violence Act.

Burglars hit Adairsville neighborhood

Three vehicles and one home in Adairsville were targeted by burglars Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, according to BCSO incident reports.

Burglars entered a garage on Rocky Mountain Pass in Eagle Mountain subdivision and the car inside, and another vehicle in the driveway. Items stolen were valued at $293 and damage to at least one vehicle was reported.

A second homeowner on Bald Eagle Landing reported his truck was entered and $671 in valuables stolen.