According to the incident report, about 7 p.m. a K9 officer observed Jovan Jones, 22, of 30 Rydal Drive, Cartersville, striking a female in the head and slamming her head into a brick wall.
The officer, and his canine, approached Jones and told him to release the woman. Jones attempted to pull the victim into room 316, continuing to strike her in the head and kick her. When the officer continued to make requests for Jones to release the woman, he said, "I am going to kill her. Then I'm going to kill your [expletive]."
The victim then yelled that Jones has stabbed her and the officer observed blood coming from the woman's chest. Because Jones did not comply with the officer's commands, the canine was commanded to apprehend Jones.
The dog first made contact with Jones on the upper left arm with Jones hitting the dog in the head and kicking the animal. Jones then approached the K9 officer, striking him on both sides of the head.
Once backup arrived, Jones was placed under arrest and charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threats and acts, obstruction of an officer, false imprisonment and battery of a police dog.
Jones was taken to Cartersville Medical Center for his injuries. The victim was also transported to CMC for stab wounds and other injuries from the altercation. She was later transferred to Floyd Medical Center where she was listed in stable condition Sunday night.
Man says subject pulled a gun, pointing it at him
About 7:15 p.m. Saturday, an Acworth man told deputies he had gone to speak to a neighbor about a motorcycle when the man began yelling.
According to the report, a Jeep pulled up and several people got out, with one of them pulling a gray handgun from his waistband and pointing it toward the complainant and those with him.
While trying to leave, the man said one of the people present threw his hat, striking the victim in the face and knocking his glasses off. As he was backing out, he reported someone threw a beer bottle and damaged the passenger side.
A witness said when she heard yelling she approached the house where a white man got out of a Jeep and pointed a gun at her, saying she needed to leave.
Others present said they did not see anyone pull a gun.
The complainants refused treatment for injuries.
Red Top Mountain burglarized
Saturday morning, Red Top Mountain Visitors Center reported being broken into.
According to the report, a woman said an unknown person entered the building by breaking the storage room window. The burglar then drilled into the safe, breaking the lock and taking the $245 in cash from inside.
The responding officer observed footprints on the wall above the safe.