The complainant stated that he asked the aggressor not to park on his property and to leave his property. The aggressor refused and became violent, punching the complainant in the mouth.
Syaing he was fearful for his life, the complainant threw a rock toward the angry man, missing him but breaking a window in the aggressor's vehicle.
No other damages were caused from the incident and no further injuries occurred.
Suspicious activity results in drug discovery
Saturday night, while on routine patrol, a Cartersville officer noticed a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. After passing the car, a female passenger slouched in her seat to avoid being seen. She then called her friend, who was in an unknown room. The officer proceeded to follow the suspects and performed a traffic stop.
Upon investigation, the driver was discovered to be driving with a suspended license and also had an open container of alcohol in the car. The passenger stated that she was letting her friend drive her car, but claimed to be unaware of the errand. When searching the driver's purse, Oxycodone pills were found without a proper container.
The driver was charged with the offense of possession of level two narcotics and pills not in original container.
Accidents and fires
Sunday at 7 p.m. the Georgia State Patrol reported no serious accidents with injuries or fatalities in the previous 48 hours.
Bartow County and Cartersville fire departments reported working no fires in the 48 hours preceding 7 p.m. Sunday.
Likewise, neither department reported any downed trees or power lines following the front that moved through Saturday evening.
Altough temperatures were below freezing and steady precipitation fell, no hazardous road conditions or icy patches were reported.