According to the incident report, Victor Michael Jones of 127 N. Erwin St., Apt. 84, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault under the Family Violence Act, terroristic threats and acts, and battery (FVA). The complainant and a witness both said Jones attacked the woman after making accusations against her.
The responding officer noticed several bruises on the complainant's back and a bruise on her left thigh.
Jones allegedly became argumentative and uncooperative en route to the jail.
Propane gas tank possibly stolen
A Blossman propane gas tank has come up missing from a Road No. 2 yard and may have been stolen.
According to the BCSO incident report, the Blossman branch administrator had sent a customer a certified letter after the customer did not pay his gas bill. The man called her and said the tank had already been picked up.
Blossman technicians went to the site and found the tank gone, but Blossman had no record of it being picked up.
The Cartersville Police Department responded to four accidents Tuesday:
* About 9:50 a.m. a black truck towing a Bob Cat on a trailer allegedly backed into a 2008 Chevrolet C1500 in the parking lot of the Quik Trip at 1364 Joe Frank Harris Parkway. The truck then left the scene. The Chevrolet sustained slight damage. No injuries were reported.
* About 11 a.m. a 2004 Acura TSX traveling south on Interstate 75 near exit 290 changed lanes and hit a 2006 Freightliner. Both vehicles exhibited slight damage. No injuries were reported. The Acura driver was cited for an improper lane change.
* About 1 p.m. a 2002 Honda Accord backed out of a parking space at Highland Rivers at 650 Joe Frank Harris Parkway and hit a 1996 Dodge Dakota. The vehicles were slightly damaged. No citations were issued and no injuries reported.
* About 1:50 p.m. a 1994 Chevrolet Blazer backed out of a parking place at 601 Henderson Drive and hit a 2008 Acura TL. The vehicles showed slight damage. No injuries were reported. The report does not say if a citation was issued.
The Georgia State Patrol worked four accidents with no injuries in the 24 hours preceding 5 p.m. Wednesday.
The Bartow County Fire Department and the Cartersville Fire Department responded to no fires in the same period.