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January 28, 2017 GMT

Report: Man rammed van with his truck

A Cedartown man remained in jail Friday without bond after being accused of ramming his car into another man’s car.

According to Floyd County Jail reports:

Thomas Anthony Jones, 46, of 1255 Doyle Road, was arrested Friday at 10:20 a.m. on Maple Avenue after he used his 2005 GMC Sierra to ram a 1998 Chevrolet van being driven by another man.

Jones is charged with felony aggravated assault and misdemeanor reckless driving.

Rome man accused of having marijuana, firearm in car

A Rome man remained in jail Friday without bond after being accused of marijuana in his car.

According to Floyd County Jail reports:

Thaddeus Damin Barrett, 22, of 25 Conn St., was arrested Friday at 12:34 p.m. at the intersection of Burnett Ferry Road and Payne Street after police found marijuana in a Zaxby’s bag between his legs in his car. Police also found a firearm in the glovebox of the car.

Barrett is charged with felony possession of more than an ounce of marijuana and possession of a firearm during commission of a crime.

Felony cruelty to children added to inmate’s list of charges

A Floyd County Jail inmate received more charges Friday stemming from an incident earlier this month.

According to jail reports:

Denziel Tate Haywood, 18, was charged on warrants stating that between Jan. 10 and Jan. 16 he bruised the arms and scratched the face of a 1-year-old child. He also gave the child a black eye.

He is charged with felony cruelty to children in the first degree and misdemeanor battery.

Haywood was originally arrested Tuesday, charged with aggravated assault, criminal trespass, battery and burglary.

Silver Creek man accused of threatening woman with gun

A Silver Creek man remained in jail Friday without bond after being accused of threatening a woman with a gun.

According to Floyd County Jail reports:

Dean Martin Hartley Jr., 33, of 405 Strawberry Lane, was arrested Friday after he pointed a gun at a woman and threatened to shoot her.

Hartley is charged with felony terroristic threats and acts and aggravated assault along with misdemeanor pointing a firearm at another.

Kristina Wilder, staff writer

Man charged with aggravated assault, false imprisonment

A Rome man remained in jail Friday after damaging property at his home on Mathis Road and holding a woman and child against their will.

According to Floyd County Jail reports:

Thomas Bradley Hansard, 1084 Mathis Road, reportedly kicked in a door to the bathroom of the home Wednesday and held a woman and 17-month-old child against their will in a bathtub.

Hansard is charged with felony aggravated assault and false imprisonment. He is also charged with three misdemeanor counts of cruelty to children in the third degree, criminal trespass and battery.

2 people arrested on drug charges after window-tint stop

An Atlanta man and a Rome woman were arrested on drug charges near the intersection of Alma Road and Shorter Avenue on Thursday, reports stated.

According to Floyd County Jail reports:

Cortez Eugene Holloway, 28, of 1005 Michigan Ave., Atlanta, and Cynthia Kay Rendon, 45, of 101 Longmeadow Drive, were stopped for a window tint violation.

When Holloway got to the jail, officers found a scale, glass pipe and bag of suspected marijuana on him.

Holloway is charged with felony possession of methamphetamine with the intent to distribute, possession of methamphetamine, possession and use of drug-related objects, unlawful possession of controlled substances or dangerous weapon by an inmate. He is also charged with misdemeanor driving without a license and a window tint violation.

Rendon is charged with felony possession of Schedule II and Schedule IV drugs along with misdemeanor possession of drugs not in an original container.

Both remained in jail Friday.

Burglary, broken window reported at Fielder Center

Rome police are investigating the theft of recreational equipment from the Fielder Center in East Rome.

According to Rome police reports:

Someone broke the window in the front door with a cinder block between 3:15 p.m. Wednesday and 1:45 p.m. Thursday at the building located on East 16th Street.

An inventory of the building indicated that two basketballs, valued at $60 each, were stolen. Damage to the door was valued at $400.

Donations jars with cash stolen from Bagwell Food Pantry

Rome police are seeking clues to help them find out who broke into the Bagwell Food Pantry, 207 E. 19th St., in East Rome.

According to Rome police reports:

Officers were called to the food pantry around 9:45 a.m. Thursday by a worker who noticed that a window leading into the office area had broken out.

Donation jars which had been collected and put into the office Wednesday night were missing. The worker was not sure how much money was missing.

Police said most of the shattered glass had fallen outside the building indicating that whoever broke in entered the office from inside the building.

Doug Walker, associate editor

RN-T.com

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