A Rome man was jailed Wednesday on multiple charges, including trying to climb out of a police car after being arrested, according to Floyd County Jail reports.
According to reports:
Hosea Mac Henderson, 30, of 1359 Pleasant Valley Road, kicked in the door of a woman’s apartment Tuesday afternoon and demanded a gun and medicine. Police arrived as he was leaving but, as he was being handcuffed, Henderson pulled away and ran. He jumped into a 1970 Chevrolet El Camino that he had stolen on Jan. 25.
Officers caught him and put him in a patrol car. Henderson then rolled down the window and tried to escape again, but was caught as he began to run. When he was searched, officers found a 4-inch knife in his pocket.
Henderson was charged with felony counts of burglary, escape, entering an automobile, motor vehicle theft and possession of a knife during commission of a crime. He was also charged with misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass under the Family Violence Act and obstruction.
Henderson was released from jail Wednesday on bonds totaling $11,200.