Police Investigate after Bullet Lands in Baby's Room
Newnan Police said two bullets went through a front window and two more went through the side of the house.
NEWNAN, Ga. - Police are investigating who opened fire into a home leaving a bullet just feet from where a baby was sleeping.
According to the Newnan Police Department, someone fired at least four shots into the home on Smith Street Tuesday night. No one was hurt in the shooting.
"I heard four or five gunshots," recalled Curtis Langford, Jr. who was at home at the time of the shooting.
Langford said he ran to a window to try to see who fired the shots, but the culprit was already gone. He went to check on his daughter and grandson who were sleeping upstairs and discovered shattered glass all over the floor.
Police said two bullets went through a front window and two more went into the side of the home. One bullet traveled through the window and a wall to land near where one-month-old Jayden Langford was sleeping.
"The bullet was right there in the room when [the police] got it out, it was right there by the TV and his baby bed was right there beside the TV," Langford explained.
Neighbors reported seeing a green SUV leaving the area at the time of the shooting.
Anyone with information about the crime should contact the Newnan Police Department.