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Regional Roundup: Father Charged With Son's Stabbing, Charges Filed in Fatal Bicycle Accident, and Pistol-Packing Woman Ends Party

A look at top Patch stories from around Georgia.

Alleged Father-Son Fight Leads to Stabbing - Canton-Sixes Patch

An alleged tussle between a Canton father and son on Sunday afternoon left one man in the hospital and one man in jail.

The Canton Police Department said in a release that Anthony Johnson, Sr., 53, has been arrested for aggravated battery in the stabbing of his 25-year-old son, Anthony Johnson, Jr.

Visit Canton-Sixes Patch for the full story and updates.


Charges Filed Against Juvenile Driver in Bicycle Fatality – Loganville Patch

A Georgia State Patrol spokesman confirmed that charges have been filed against the juvenile driver involved in a wreck on 

 of Loganville, died after being struck by a truck driven by a 16-year-old. According to the GSP spokesman, the juvenile was charged last month with second degree vehicular homicide and failing to maintain lane. He said the case was turned over to the Walton County Juvenile Court.

Loganville Patch has more on this story.

 

Pistol-Packing Woman Puts End to Party – Buford Patch

A Sept. 22 party on Brett Drive was going just fine, according to a witness, until the homeowner’s girlfriend began to “freak out.”

Gwinnett County Police were called to the 400 block of Brett Drive after the irate woman reportedly waved a gun at several partygoers. A witness told police that the woman, identified as Stacie Cronic, 25, of Buford, started yelling, “Who the [expletive deleted] invited all these people?” She reportedly approached several people, pulled out a Walther 9mm and began waving it around. Cronic then allegedly told everyone the party was over and cut power to the shed in order to stop the music.

Buford Patch has more on this story.

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