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Armuchee woman arrested after violently beating woman unconscious in Floyd County

According to a Floyd County Police Department incident report, on August 17th, 2021, at around 10:49 AM, Officer Bryant and O’Bryant responded to a call at 899 Turkey Mountain Road in reference to a possible overdose. Officer arrived and got statements regarding what happened. According to the report, Evelyn Charlene Langley, 47, Armuchee, the story didn’t make much sense. Officer O’Bryant responded to Floyd Medical Center, where she observed the victim had numerous marks and bruises on her face and neck to include a knot on her forehead, a stitched-up laceration above her left eye, and marks around her neck. Her brother advised that Langley had violently pistol-whipped his sister and left her unconscious. According to the report, He advised Officer George Langley “pistol-whipped his sister and left her out in the rain face down and unconscious.” According to the report, He advised after she was violently beaten, Langley grabbed his sister by the throat and struck her with the handgun. He showed the officer text messages from a neighbor that lived on the same property that stated Langley asked her mother to lie about what had happened. The neighbor heard the commotion and went to see what had happened. According to the report, she observed the victim face down badly injured. Officers were able to talk with the victim days later at Floyd Medical Center, where she advised that she was choked by Langley. She advised the officer that she screamed out, but no one heard her calling for help. The victim advised that she remembers a gun being pointed at her as well. The victim advised officers several times that she didn’t want Langley to go to jail or get in trouble at all because she loves her. She advised assaults as this have happened in the past, but even after reporting it, she always recants because she doesn’t want Langley to end up in jail. On October 14th, 2021, Langley was booked into the Floyd County Jail, charged with aggravated assault, aggravated battery, and battery.