published Monday, August 29th, 2011

Police looking for Calhoun home invasion suspects

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Police in Calhoun, Ga., are looking for four suspects in a home invasion robbery, officials say.

Around 10:15 p.m. Friday, police received a call about the incident, which happened on Henderson Bend Road, Calhoun Police Department Chief Garry Moss reported.

The victims reported that three black males and one black female forced their way into the apartment of one of the three victims, officials said.

According to the victims, the suspects pulled out guns and demanded money, said Lt. Tony Pyle.

Two of the male suspects had handguns and the third had a shotgun, Moss reported.

The suspects stole a few items and a small amount of cash, then left the scene in a dark vehicle, which is believed to be a Mazda with chrome wheels, Moss stated.

One of the victims was taken to Gordon Hospital and was treated for injuries that occurred in the robbery.

Anyone with information can contact the Calhoun police at 706-602-5755.

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harrystatel said...

I hope they commit a home invasion in Chattanooga and get caught. Black-robed brainiac Judge Steelman can send them to summer camp.

If surrounded by robbers in front of you and the Hamilton County judicial system behind you, for your self-defense attack in all directions.

August 29, 2011 at 4:57 p.m.
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