Four arrested in connection with Calhoun home invasion
Four people have been charged in connection with a home invasion that occurred last month in the City of Calhoun, according to Calhoun Police Chief Garry Moss.
Shortly after 1 a. m. on Friday, Dec. 15, 2017, officers with the CPD responded to a dispatch on Creekview Drive, off of Peters Street, in reference to a home invasion with shots fired. Officers discovered upon arrival the victim had been shot once in the right leg.
Officers learned from the male victim that two people wearing ski masks had entered his residence and “began verbally attacking him, demanding money.” The victim also told officers one of the suspects pulled a handgun and fired one shot, striking the victim in the right leg.
The man was transported to Gordon Hospital by Gordon EMS with non- life threatening injuries.
Officers were able to obtain a description of the vehicle the suspects left the scene in from a witness, and subsequently located the vehicle and arrested two suspects in connection with the assault.
“The shooter, as well as one other suspect, was able to evade officers the night of the incident, but have recently been taken into custody,” said Captain Tony Pyle with the CPD.
Those arrested in connection with the home invasion are Anita Kae Selvy, 40, of 130 Campground Road, Calhoun; Matthew Zane Johnson, 34, of 205 Parkway Drive, Adairsville; Angela Dawn Holloway, 48, of 730 Adam’s Road, Chatsworth; and the shooter, James Kyle Faulk, 23, of 225 South 4th Avenue # 6, Chatsworth. All four are charged with felony home invasion, felony first degree burglary and felony aggravated assault. At press time, all four are still in custody at Gordon County Jail.