Report: New details about teacher who fired weapon in classroom

More details are emerging about the Northwest Georgia teacher accused of firing a shot through the window of his classroom at Dalton High School.

A report from the Dade County Sheriff's Office states Randal Davidson had his guns taken away after setting his car on fire two years ago.

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Deputies were called to that scene and his family told deputies that he had been walking around with a rifle.

Davidson eventually handed over the gun to his son.

Then, Davidson's wife voluntarily surrendered that rifle and two others for safekeeping.

Davidson was taken to the hospital for a mental evaluation after that incident.

He was arrested February 28 after police responded to a shooting at the high school.

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