by: Linda Stouffer Updated:
NEWTON COUNTY, Ga. - When the Canoles family walked over to their neighbor's house
Wednesday, they came with bright pink flowers and an apology.
The last time Robert and his son, Branden, were in their neighbor's living
Branden Canoles told Channel 2's Linda Stouffer, "It was a rough night."
When Newton County Sheriff's deputies arrived at the Covington home, they arrested Angelica and Jean-Joseph Kalonji.
But once it was clear the Kalonjis were not robbers, just new owners changing the
Now the Canoles face charges of aggravated assault and false imprisonment.
Robert Canoles told Stouffer, "It was a big misunderstanding. I just got scared, didn't know what to think that night."
On Wednesday, the
Robert Canoles said he hopes others learn from his mistakes, "I just hope people learn a little
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