According to the incident report, the woman and her friend went to the 22 Lenox Drive N.E., Cartersville, home of Alan Heyward Lunsford, 58, to retrieve the woman's belongings.
The pair told deputies Lunsford became upset after an argument, pointed a black, semi-automatic gun at the friend who was waiting in a vehicle and fired two shots as he and the woman fled in the car.
The friend said Lunsford fired the first shot into the ground. When deputies arrived to speak with him, Lunsford allegedly refused to exit the home without a warrant.
Prior to a deputy returning with a signed warrant for terroristic threats and acts, Lunsford had stepped outside and was taken into custody.
He was charged with terroristic threats and acts, terroristic threats and acts under the Family Violence Act, reckless conduct and pointing or aiming gun or pistol at another.
Clerk: Man swindles $100 prepaid debit card
The clerk of a local convenience store reported Wednesday to Cartersville police that a man who asked her to validate a prepaid VISA debit card stole $100 using deception.
According to the incident report, around 12:40 p.m., the man entered the Kangaroo at 1325 E. Main St. and stated he did not have the money to pay after the clerk activated the card.
After the man left, the clerk attempted to cancel the card, and realized the man had replaced the validated card with another card. The card activated and loaded with $100 was subsequently used at a Cartersville grocery store.
Police collected surveillance video and the card package as evidence.
Accidents, injuries and fires
Georgia State Patrol troopers responded to five accidents with eight non-life threatening injuries in the 24 hours preceding 5 p.m. Thursday.
Cartersville police worked five Wednesday traffic crashes, two of which occurred on private property. No injuries were reported.
Bartow and Cartersville firefighters reported on fires in the 24 hours preceding 5 p.m. Thursday.