A man who lead police on a high-speed chase has not been arrested yet, but a police official said he will be taken in on an outstanding warrant.
William Ralph Maynard, of Woodstock, was found dead at the Wilco Travel Plaza on Thursday afternoon.
A Cedartown antiques store told police they were missing two televisions and a combination VCR and DVD player after a weekend break-in.
Cedartown Police arrested a woman on a active warrant through the Polk County Sheriff’s Office after residents on Bradford Street complained about her knocking on doors.
A Marietta woman is charged in a wreck happening Friday morning in from of Walmart on Highway 278 in Rockmart, according to police.
Property taken from an outbuilding in early February was recovered and returned to its owner and a neighbor faces charges in the crime, according to Rockmart police.
The man who drove his vehicle into a Cedartown home on Feb. 20 has died, according to Deputy Coroner Tony Brazier.
An automatic aid agreement between the City of Rockmart and the Polk County Board of Commissioners is now operational.
A Cedartown woman who was allegedly under the influence of drugs while driving was released from jail on bond this morning, according to Floyd County jail reports.
A Rockmart man was jailed on misdemeanor charges after he tried to assault hospital personnel at Polk Medical Center, according to Cedartown Police reports.
Police say a Cartersville woman is charged in connection with forging over $585,000 worth of checks from her employer.
A Seventh Street resident told police his laptop was taken while he was working and his wife was away, reports stated.
A Cedartown man was being held without bond Monday night after he allegedly used a woman’s credit card without her permission, according to Floyd County Jail reports.
The Floyd County Jail releases arrest reports twice daily, at 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
A man told police another man threw an open knife at him while he was out looking for his dog.
A student came home from school to discover someone had taken all of his family’s electronic equipment, but it may not have been an actual burglary.
Three Romans arrested on federal firearms charges over the weekend were allegedly trying to obtain pipe bombs and other explosives to carry out guerilla warfare-style attacks against government facilities, according to Federal Bureau of Investigations agents.