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According to Newton County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Cortney Morrison, the victim called authorities and told them he had been robbed at gunpoint at his home Monday night. The man told deputies that he had spoken to his friend, 21-year-old Frank Edward Nash, about his desire to sell a gaming system and a weapon.
We are going to have to keep these repeat offenders locked up. If they are drug users, then get them treatment. Something different needs to take place. I don't know the answers, but I can see that the current plan isn't working.When the victim returned, the driver (whose identity is unknown) reportedly pulled a gun and the group drove off with the gaming system and the victim's weapon. According to Morrison, the victim said that he heard a gunshot as the car drove away but could not tell if they shot at his home, or who was doing the shooting.