According to the report, the first witness said around 8:30 p.m. she saw about 10 men fighting in the driveway of 6863 Pawnee Trail and pulled into the driveway to stop the altercation. At that time, one of the men involved smashed her rear windshield with his fist. The damage was estimated at about $300.
The second witness said she heard screaming and went outside to find between 10 and 15 men brawling. She said the men left the scene in a Chevy Cavalier, a red passenger car and a black passenger car.
She said she saw a male in the area of Mohawk Drive with visible injuries. The male told the woman he was scared to talk to police about the incident. The man's father verified that his son would not talk out of fear.
300 feet of copper line stolen
Monday morning Bartow County Sheriff's deputies were called to a Kingston Highway 293 address in reference to stolen copper wiring.
According to the report, an AT&T technician told deputies about 10:30 a.m. that someone had taken about 300 feet of copper phone line from the pole.
The tech said whoever was responsible stayed in the area for a while because the protective casing was cut and removed from the entire length of the cable.
Accidents and fires
Cartersville police reported the following Monday crashes:
* About 10 a.m. the driver of a 1996 Chevy Cavalier drove through the barricades at the end of Ga. 113 east of the intersection of Interstate 75. The man had an altered state of consciousness due to severe diabetes and low blood sugar. He was taken to Cartersville Medical Center for his condition and was not cited.
* Just after 10 a.m. on North Morningside Drive at Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, a 1999 Mazda Protege struck a 2005 Ford Focus in the right rear panel. The driver of the Mazda was cited for following too closely. There were no injuries reported. The vehicles were slightly damaged.
* Just before 1 p.m. a 1987 Honda Accord struck in the rear a 1995 Nissan Maxima on Highway 41. The driver of the Honda was cited for following too closely. There were no injuries reported. The vehicles had no visible damage.
The Cartersville Fire Department and Bartow County Fire Department worked no fires in the 24 acres preceding 9:20 p.m. Tuesday.