Shots fired at Georgia police officer’s home in the ‘law of gang violence’

Sandersville police officer Corey Haynes said that he came home to find that someone had shot several bullets in his house.

(Fox 24)

A Georgia police officer, new to the force, back home in the weekend to find that someone had fired bullets into his house, piercing a window and walls.

Sandersville police officer Corey Haynes said the bullets flew through the window before you on a journey through his living room, through a closet and from the back of his house by his bedroom, Fox 24 reported.

The researchers said three bullets at the home, but they recovered five shell casings in total.

“This is my getaway. Where I research this, take my online classes, where I sleep, where my family visit me where I cry, when I pray, so it was very disturbing,” Haynes told Fox 24.

Haynes, who has been in law enforcement for less than a year, ask if it’s safe for his family to visit him now.

“Anyone can be in this house. Me, my mother visits often, I have a little nephew. As I said, I don’t even need my cousin is here and that is sad and unfortunate,” he said.

The incident is being investigated as an act of senseless violence.

Captain Ken Parker told Fox 24 that he believes that there is more than one person was involved.

“Corey Haynes is a fine officer, but he is a better man. He has not earned it,” Parker said.

Sandersville is about two hours southeast of Atlanta.

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