@White=[C] Man arrested in home invasion
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The Bartow County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a 24-year-old Powder Springs man in connection with a September home invasion.

According to a press release, investigators have charged Mathew Grant Wall with armed robbery, false imprisonment and aggravated assault.

On Sept. 29, two victims called 911 after they were robbed at gunpoint in their Lynn Circle home in Acworth, the incident report stated. The two victims reported to deputies that about 6:30 a.m. someone was banging on the door saying they were with Acworth Water Department. One victim opened the door and two males came in.

One of the suspects pointed a gun at them and made them lie down on their stomachs. Another male entered and ransacked the home. One victim was repeatedly kicked in the face, stomach and back. The two victims were tied up with rope and the suspects left, taking valuables from the home.

Investigators were able to identify one of the suspects as Wall after further interviews and investigation. Wall was arrested at the Cobb County Jail just before 3 a.m. Thursday after having been picked up by Cobb County authorities.

He is currently being held at the Bartow County Jail without bond pending a superior court hearing. None of the property taken has been recovered at this time.

<*C><B>Woman bites man’s chest during argument

When violating a restraining order, a women ended up biting a man’s chest.

Bartow County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the Woodsong Mobile Home Park Wednesday night and met with the victim, who said Katherine Mitchell came to his residence and began kicking the front door. According to the incident report, a witness went to the door and Mitchell began screaming at him. When the victim heard the noise, he went outside. When Mitchell saw him, she reportedly screamed “You lie.”

Mitchell then allegedly hit the victim on the head and bit him on the chest above his right pectoral.

When the victim attempted to call 911, Mitchell allegedly grabbed the phone out of his hand. The witness was able to get the phone back and call 911. Both the victim and the witness said Mitchell was intoxicated.

Two deputies searched the area, but did not find Mitchell. However, Bartow County dispatch said she had returned to the scene. Upon arrival, the deputies saw Mitchell squatting behind a vehicle across the street. She attempted to flee the area, but a deputy was able to catch her and place her on the ground. Mitchell was then handcuffed. The deputy also noted a strong odor of alcohol on her person. During a pat down a deputy discovered a marijuana smoking device, according to the incident report, and it was filled with a leafy green substance suspected to be marijuana. Mitchell admitted the device contained marijuana.

Mitchell was arrested and charged with aggravated stalking under the Family Violence Act, battery (FVA), interference with a 911 call, obstruction of an officer and possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce.