Sheriff: Bystander shoots man aggressive emissary in Georgia

DAWSONVILLE, Ga. – Authorities in Georgia contend a bystander shot a man who was aggressive a emissary who had just given him a float to a gas station.

News outlets report Dawson County Sheriff Jeff Johnson pronounced 52-year-old Sgt. Randy Harkness gave a pleasantness float to 30-year-old Justin Alan Foster on Tuesday, and tried to give him some income when Foster began distinguished him and trying to squeeze his gun.

Johnson pronounced a lady got out of her automobile and began banishment at Foster, who ran into another parking lot and assaulted an aged woman. Bystanders resigned him until officers arrived.

Harkness and the aged lady were treated and released. Foster was shot at slightest once and was brought to a hospital.

Johnson says Foster faces 14 charges. It’s misleading if he has a lawyer.

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