Party crashers left a Newton County neighborhood riddled with bullet holes after getting into an alleged argument over a girl, but no one was injured, according to a Newton County Sheriff's Office report.
Deputies responded a call at a Carrinton Circle home about 12:36 a.m. Sunday about a shooting and a fight.
According to the report, the owner of the home was throwing a party when a group of about fifteen people pulled up in three cars - a red Pontiac Grand Am, a blue Nissan Altima and a red SUV - and attempted to enter.
The home owner refused to let them come in. Some of the men in the arriving group called to another man inside the house to come out and fight, allegedly over a girl.
The two groups began to argue heatedly, and in the middle of the argument, a young man pulled out a handgun and began shooting into the air and into vehicles.
Witnesses described the man as a thin, dark-complexioned black male, about 17 years old, 5-feet 10-inches in height, wearing a blue doo-rag, with a head shaped "like a fish."
The three cars and their occupants were gone by the time law enforcement arrived. Deputies found nine shell casings and a bullet that had gone through the wall of the home and lodged in the far wall of the living room. Two cars on location were also shot up, with one having three holes in the passenger side door and window and a van with a hole in the passenger side windshield.
No one was injured in the shooting, according to the NCSO.
Anyone with information about the incident can contact the NCSO at (770) 786-7605. Anonymous tips can be left online at www.newtonsheriffga.org and clicking on "Anonymous Tip," or by calling (678) 625-5007.