Man Goes To Hospital For Mysterious Head Wound PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 05 February 2018 16:18

A Summerville man was transported to Floyd Medical Center Saturday to treat a "large swollen area" on the left side of his head, Police Officer Tim Fulmer reported.

The incident started around 6:54 a.m. when Annita Timmons told police an intoxicated man was shouting and banging on her neighbor's door. Police went to the neighbor's house at 163 Allred Street and talked with India Jones.

"She advised that her son Mario Jones had came to her door shouting and knocking on the door. Ms. Jones advised that once her son came inside her residence, he continued to be loud and boisterous to the point that her son George Jones escorted Mario from the residence. Mario Jones had apparently left the residence on foot and was no longer in the area upon my arrival," Lt. Fulmer said.

Several hours passed and Travis Jones, Mario's brother, showed up at the police department. He told cops that he called for an ambulance after finding Mario with a head injury.

Mario allegedly did not know how or who injured his head. The incident is still under investigation.


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