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A Carroll County man says an encounter with a group of people on four-wheelers on Feb. 16 has left him with a permanent scar and problems thinking.
Charlie Jackson, said that a gun was pointed at him and he was struck in the face with a beer bottle and hit on the back of his head. Jackson said on Feb.16 he was approached by a group on four-wheelers who were on his land. He said he told them they were trespassing, and they agreed to leave.
He said he told he second group they were on his land and asked them to leave, and then an argument ensued. One man, who Carroll County Sheriff's Department deputies reported was Bradley Ray, told Jackson the land belonged to APAC.
Please join host Antoinette Harrell and C.J. Holiday, the sister of Charlie Jackson for a discussion on this topic.
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