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Deputies involved in deadly shooting in Bartow County

There are 194 comments on the MyFoxAtlanta story from Nov 15, 2012, titled Deputies involved in deadly shooting in Bartow County. In it, MyFoxAtlanta reports that:

Bartow County Sheriff's officials say two deputies were involved in a deadly shooting in Cartersville on Thursday.

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hammer woman two

Cartersville, GA

#22 Nov 17, 2012
Beach Bum wrote:
Does anyone know what and who the warrant was actually for? Did she have some deadbeat relative living with her? Just cause she was a "60 year old woman" doesn't mean she can't be a criminal.
It is my understanding the warrant was for that address, not an individual person. It was for drugs. That's all I was told. You are right, just because someone is 60 doesn't mean they are beyond breaking the law. Especially in this county.
you are funny

Cartersville, GA

#23 Nov 17, 2012
The Bird wrote:
Who monitors these post and why when I reply to another comment is my reply considered offensive?
Is the monitor in the sheriff's department??
A moderator monitors these posts. Your post was offensive so it was removed.

Don't you hate it when someone is in control of you and there isn't a damn thing you can do about it? LOL
VIN

Snellville, GA

#24 Nov 17, 2012
If I was 60+ and living alone and someone busted into my house I'd unload on them too. The little bit I know of the story I' m mad that neither one of those dumbA@* cops got blown up!!
you idiot

Cartersville, GA

#25 Nov 17, 2012
VIN wrote:
If I was 60+ and living alone and someone busted into my house I'd unload on them too. The little bit I know of the story I' m mad that neither one of those dumbA@* cops got blown up!!
If you had enough of an education to be able to read the news, you would know there were TWO people living at that address. She did not live alone. You are right about the "little bit" you know of the story. Shut up until you know what you are talking about.
blah blah

Cartersville, GA

#26 Nov 17, 2012
The Bird wrote:
Who monitors these post and why when I reply to another comment is my reply considered offensive?
Is the monitor in the sheriff's department??
Waah waah, stop your damn whining, Howell. Damn sissy. Don't you just hate it when you don't get your way? Bahahaha.
VIN

Snellville, GA

#27 Nov 17, 2012
Obviously " you dumb idiot" haven't read any of the story. You don't know what your talking about. She lived ALONE. The 'little bit" I know didn't come from the news..
you dam fool

Cartersville, GA

#29 Nov 17, 2012
hammer woman two

Cartersville, GA

#30 Nov 17, 2012
RANDOM wrote:
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hammer woman two.... you have continued to comment on every one of these threads today about the 60 year old lady and how stupid she was for pulling a gun!! can you keep in mind that less than a day earlier there was a voilent home invasion right across from the neighborhood she lives in.. let me guess your dumb ass is just gonna sit back on the couch eating chips and smoking a fat one while someone is kicking in your door... do u have any idea how freaking stupid you sound... you dont have the facts about the case either unless you were there chilling with the victim and seen it all go down... pathetic waste of space
Well today the story is, the violent home invasion was at THIS woman's house not right across from the neighborhood she lives in. Amazing how the rumors keep changing.

You drug users need to get your stories straight, sissy boy.
Scooby and shaggy

Loganville, GA

#31 Nov 17, 2012
Beach Bum wrote:
Does anyone know what and who the warrant was actually for? Did she have some deadbeat relative living with her? Just cause she was a "60 year old woman" doesn't mean she can't be a criminal.
She was in her mid20's. I'm sure the officers are remorseful but they have a job to do. Unfortunate but necessary. I'm sure the officers have a family to go home to as we'll, no one made victim make the decision she did, although it was a no knock warrant you are still announcing your affiliation, this has nothing to do with the case from atlanta. Lets not be silly.
say what

Cartersville, GA

#32 Nov 17, 2012
Scooby and shaggy wrote:
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She was in her mid20's. I'm sure the officers are remorseful but they have a job to do. Unfortunate but necessary. I'm sure the officers have a family to go home to as we'll, no one made victim make the decision she did, although it was a no knock warrant you are still announcing your affiliation, this has nothing to do with the case from atlanta. Lets not be silly.
She was in her mid 20s??? So why has it been reported the past couple of days that she was in her 60s?
hello

Kennesaw, GA

#33 Nov 17, 2012
say what wrote:
<quoted text>
She was in her mid 20s??? So why has it been reported the past couple of days that she was in her 60s?
the person that wrote about the atlanta case said it sounded like this ,not that it was . I've been reading the responses on here and on another post that has this story on it. And the hammer person has responded on this one and the other and the other post they claim you must be one of the officers or know them . That is beside the point, you know the no knock warrant puts the individuals in the house and the police at risk and there was only two officers. When drug enforcement agent go in they usually have more people front and back of the house. If these were just regular deputies they were put in harms way.
hammer woman two

Cartersville, GA

#34 Nov 17, 2012
hello wrote:
<quoted text> the person that wrote about the atlanta case said it sounded like this ,not that it was . I've been reading the responses on here and on another post that has this story on it. And the hammer person has responded on this one and the other and the other post they claim you must be one of the officers or know them . That is beside the point, you know the no knock warrant puts the individuals in the house and the police at risk and there was only two officers. When drug enforcement agent go in they usually have more people front and back of the house. If these were just regular deputies they were put in harms way.
The woman in Atlanta was an elderly woman. A drug unit called red dog or something like that made up false information to get a warrant for her address. They lied, they killed her. Some went to prison. All of them should have been executed in front of the courthouse. Holli Gooch, aka hammer woman, lived in Cartersville. Two officers went to her address to arrest a robbery suspect. They knocked at the door, she came at them swinging a hammer, striking one officer in the hand. They both fired on her in self defense. They found her boyfriend eating a hamburger at McDonalds at MLK and 41. Tell me, "hello," could you go eat a hamburger right after your girlfriend died just so you could get out the back door? Welcome to the drug culture.

Bartow county is the drug capital of Georgia. That is why all these people rant on here about how they hate cops. That is also why I stand up for the LEOs. I hate dishonest cops like the red dog unit of Atlanta. I also hate drug dealers and drug users.
Jingle Bells

Cookeville, TN

#35 Nov 17, 2012
I wont say where I work but I have been doing this for 15 years and yes it was a screw up, there was a warrant for drugs and records of phone numbers and all that was left behind and over looked. Even the higher rank division left shell casings behind. Totally a sham.
Scooby and shaggy

Loganville, GA

#36 Nov 17, 2012
hello wrote:
<quoted text> the person that wrote about the atlanta case said it sounded like this ,not that it was . I've been reading the responses on here and on another post that has this story on it. And the hammer person has responded on this one and the other and the other post they claim you must be one of the officers or know them . That is beside the point, you know the no knock warrant puts the individuals in the house and the police at risk and there was only
two officers. When drug enforcement agent go in they usually have more people front and back of the house. If these were just regular deputies they were put in harms way.
there was more than 2 officers, no matter DEA or local law enforcement, the training is the same. Local law enforcement exercises the same amount of caution as any federal agency most local agencies are better trained than federal agencies,
hammer woman two

Cartersville, GA

#37 Nov 17, 2012
I can't wait until they publish how many shots they fired. That'll give these druggies something to squeal about for eight months. "They shot her 5 times! Five times!!" I don't know if they shot her one time or five times, but it's gonna be a circus when we find out.
Dead aim

Adairsville, GA

#38 Nov 17, 2012
hammer woman two wrote:
I can't wait until they publish how many shots they fired. That'll give these druggies something to squeal about for eight months. "They shot her 5 times! Five times!!" I don't know if they shot her one time or five times, but it's gonna be a circus when we find out.
Anyone who has had any training knows it is two in the chest one on the head......two shooters....do the math, someone missed once. Real simple math.
hammer woman two

Cartersville, GA

#39 Nov 17, 2012
Dead aim wrote:
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Anyone who has had any training knows it is two in the chest one on the head......two shooters....do the math, someone missed once. Real simple math.
After Holli was shot 5 times that's all you heard for almost a year... they shot her 5 times! I was refering to holli not this woman.
Not surprised

Dallas, GA

#40 Nov 17, 2012
Jingle Bells wrote:
Even the higher rank division left shell casings behind. Totally a sham.
They always leave shell casings behind, and bullets in walls.
Her Niece

United States

#41 Nov 17, 2012
I am the niece of the 66 year old woman killed in Bartow County. Regardless of the things being posted we love her. And we will have to bury her next week. She was a human being killed like an animal. She was a terrific person, with the biggest heart. And now she is gone. Its funny everyone is posting things that is hearsay. We dont even know the truth yet so how would you. What if this was your family member
mrsgsp

Albertville, AL

#42 Nov 17, 2012
Shouldn't the public wait on the facts before jumping on bandwagons? There has been alot of heresay and rumors involving this incident but I know for a fact that the G.B.I. nor the L.E.O. involved have released any facts to the public short of the press release which do not tell the public what happened. Anytime someone loses their life or when someone takes a life, it is a sad circumstance, let the families deal with the events before going on a public forum and bashing both sides. No knock warrants are dangerous as most of us would pull a weapon on someone entering our home and catching us off guard. Because they are dangerous, judges have to have a damn good reason to sign the no knock warrant. Even though L.E.O.'s don't knock, they still announce themselves once inside the home. So please let the facts come out and allow the families breathing room especially as the holidays are fast approaching.

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