A fourth and final suspect has been charged in a December home invasion in Calhoun, Ga., in which the resident was shot and wounded.
Chief Garry Moss of the Calhoun Police Department said James Kyle Faulk, 23, of Chatsworth was arrested Monday. He's the suspected triggerman, Moss said in a news release.
The release said the home invasion happened Dec. 15 on Creek View Drive. Police got the call about 1 a.m. They found the resident with a gunshot wound to the leg.
The victim told police two people wearing ski masks came into his home and demanded money, and one shot him. He was treated at Gordon County Hospital, the release stated.
A witness described the getaway vehicle, and officers tracked it down and arrested two people the same night. They are Anita Kae Selvy, 40, of Calhoun, and Matthew Zane Johnson, 34, of Adairsville, Ga.
Another suspect, Angela Dawn Holloway, 42, of Chatsworth, was arrested Wednesday, the release stated.
All four are charged with home invasion, first-degree burglary and aggravated assault.