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A Georgia woman was shot in the head by her boyfriend, but he didn’t know what had happened to her for more than a month, prosecutors said.
Nicole Gordon, 42, of Atlanta, found out when the doctors discovered a bullet lodged in the back of her skull in June 2017, according to the Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard. The doctors have treated Gordon at the Atlanta Medical Center, where she had gone after complaining of headaches, memory loss and difficulty communicating.
On Thursday, the 39-year-old Jerrontae Cain was convicted and sentenced to 25 years in prison in connection with the shooting.
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Gordon told the police that she wanted me to remember that shot, but it does remind me of a debate with Cain, and when her window shattered, and she was going to.
She thought to herself, that she was injured by the broken glass and repaired to the house of Cain, and mother.
“At no time during the month in which the battle with Kain, and in her final visit to the Atlanta Medical Center did to Gordon to receive professional care,” Howard said in a statement that from now on, I accused you of covering up for Gordon in the home of his mother, all the time.
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The staff at the Atlanta Medical Center was contacted by the police after the discovery of the bullet. Cain said to the police, Gordon was injured when she crashed her car into a tree, and a broken pane of glass.
“The crime scene was found to be inconsistent with that of Cain, the answers, and the doctors determined that the injury Gordon suffered were consistent with being shot in the head,” Howard said. A warrant was issued for Cain’s arrest, but he was not arrested until January of this year, after a two-hour-long standoff at a home in a suburb of the city of College Park.
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According to him, the doctors say that the bullet will have to remain on Gordon’s skull, because they are afraid that any attempt to remove it will kill her. Gordon’s friends testified at the trial that Cain had abused her in the past, which in bruises and black eyes on several occasions.”
Cain was convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated battery and weapons charges. He had previously been convicted of sexual battery in 2010, and is facing a first-degree burglary charge in a separate set of Fulton County’s cases.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution was the first to report on the matter.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.