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Kathryn Humphrey


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[Please note: The following is a direct transcription from the official initial incident report. The Georgia Gazette does not fix any spelling or grammatical errors that may exist. Any changes or redactions made by our staff are placed inside brackets. Some errors may exist. All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The topics discussed may be sensitive to some readers. Discretion is advised.]

On 10/20/22, this Deputy responded to [1200 BLOCK] Standing Rock Road reference a burglary.

Upon arrival, this Deputy met with property owner, [VICTIM #1]. Mr. [VICTIM #1] advised that his residence, [1200 BLOCK] Standing Rock Road, has been vacant for approximately 6 months while he was attempting to sell the location, but that said residence still held the majority of his family’s property.

Mr. [VICTIM #1] stated that on this date, his wife had observed items were out of place at the residence and upon his arrival, he discovered that several firearms, as well as ammunition, were missing from the basement of the residence. Mr. [VICTIM #1] advised these firearms were previously owned by his father, [REDACTED], who had passed away.

Mr. [VICTIM #1] listed the following, missing firearms: Colt 1911 .45 pistol, Winchester 1873 .44-40 lever action rifle, Mauser G43 7.92×57 semi-automatic rifle, Glock G30 .45 pistol, Sig MPX 9mm semi-automatic rifle, Zastava AK-47 7.62 semi-automatic rifle, Browning .30-06 bolt action rifle( unknown model), Browning Auto-5 12 gauge semi-automatic shotgun, Browning 12 gauge semi-automatic shotgun (unknown model), Winchester ,22 semi-automatic rifle (unknown model), semi-automatic rifle (unknown make, model, and caliber), bolt-action rifle (unknown make, model, and caliber), and 2200 rounds of assorted pistol/rifle/shotgun ammo.

Mr. [VICTIM #1] could provide no serial numbers for any of the missing firearms, nor could he advise a firearms store/dealer where any of the guns were purchased. The residence’s interior was in dissarray and due to having not been occupied in several months, dust covered the majority of all surfaces and items in the residence. There were no signs of forced entry, and Mr. [VICTIM #1] advised the rear and side door of the residence were unlocked when they discovered the firearms missing. Mr. [VICTIM #1] advised he had aready handled both doors. The residence currently has no camera system. Mr. [VICTIM #1] was provided this case number.

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