Feb. 26—A person who fired a gun on Friday at Dalton Police Division officers, then shot himself, is wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service for murder warrants from Maryland, in line with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
The GBI is investigating an aggravated assault on the officers. Eron Naseem Buggs, 23, was wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service for murder warrants from St. Mary’s County, Maryland, and armed theft warrants from Coweta County.
On Friday, Buggs was at Shugart Highway in the world of the Cliffs Flats when he known as 911 to say he wanted to show himself in. Dalton Cops have been dispatched. When the officers arrived, Buggs shot at the officers. The officers took cowl and didn’t fireplace their weapons. Buggs then retreated behind the residences and into the woods the place he shot himself. As soon as the officers have been in a position to safely strategy him, medical remedy was began. Buggs was the one particular person injured in the incident.
Based on the police division, officers have been dispatched to the residences to a report of a 911 caller making erratic statements. When officers arrived, Buggs shot at least one spherical then fled into the woods. Extra photographs have been apparently fired in the path of responding officers.
Buggs was taken to Hamilton Medical Heart and later taken by Life Pressure helicopter to Erlanger Medical Heart in Chattanooga.