Gilmer and Calhoun law enforcement responded to the Stumptown area of Gilmer County shortly after 10 p.m. Tuesday to what Gilmer 911 was calling "shots fired between two vehicles."

Early reports said each vehicle had two individuals, reportedly firing guns.

The Gilmer County Sheriff's Department did not respond to phone calls to confirm the incident.

A Henry's Fork family called for help at 1:30 p.m. yesterday after two young children in the household wandered away.

A 911 dispatcher alerted the Arnoldsburg VFD and other authorities to help search for a three and four year old, who reportedly went into a wooded hillside area near the house.

Family members found the children before a full-scale search could begin.

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