Teenager arrested, charged in December attack

By JOHN A. WINTERS john@newnan.com Newnan Police Department officers have arrested a 17-year-old in connection with a December attack on a victim who was struck in the face with a gun. Domenique Ricardo Miller is charged with aggravated assault and aggravated battery in the Dec. 7, 2011, attack, according to Coweta County Jail records.
Police were called to a residence on Boone Drive where a woman told them her grandson was bleeding, a report said, which added officers observed "a large amount of blood throughout the residence on the floor." The victim was located and taken to the hospital. He stated he was attacked and struck in the face with either a .357 magnum or a .38 special, the report said. The victim named four individuals involved in the attack, including Miller. Police are continuing to search for other suspects.

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