A Lap Top Shop was apparently burglarized, with four laptop computers, a tablet and even more expensive measurement equipment missing.
Cartersville police were called to the Industrial Park Road business at 10:05 a.m. Saturday by the store owner. The owner said an employee told him several boxes in the back of the store were opened and the contents were missing.
The owner said he left the store at 9 p.m. Friday and the items were stil in the store.
Missing were: a red Skill table drill, a black Nexus tablet, a Macbook laptop computer, a HP6530 laptop computer, 2 Dell E60400 laptop computers and measurement equipment.
Woman at Hope House Calls Police Over Threat
The Hope House Women's Shelter in Cartersville didn't seem very safe for one resident on Saturday when her hammering upset another resident.
The victim told Cartersville police that she was putting up a curtain at the closet door of her room. Another resident came to her door and told her to stop hammering. The victim said she had just one more nail and she'd be done.
A witness confirmed that the suspect called the victim a name and said she was going to kill her. The suspect left the room and the victim followed her out to the common area, where she said the woman pulled a knife out from under a counter and waved it around, repeating that she was going to kill her.
The victim went back into her room and called Bartow 911 with a friend's phone.
The woman was arrested for terroristic threats and taken to Bartow County Jail.
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