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Rome man faces charges of identity theft, fleeing police

A Rome man facing charges ranging from speeding to identity fraud was held Friday without bond, Floyd County Jail reports state.

Authorities say they arrested Nahunta Sh'ron Finley, 35, of 1304 Nelm St., on Thursday. His charges stem from two separate incidents.

According to jail reports:

The first incident happened on April 27 at 66 Lyons Drive. Finley struck a woman he lived with in front of two children younger than 18.

The second incident happened on May 22 at Brookwood Avenue and Dellwood Place. Finley reached speeds of 62 mph in a 40 mph zone. He gave police another man’s name, date of birth and driver’s license number. The false information led police to cite the other person.

Finley is charged with giving a false name, address or birthdate to a law enforcement officer, aggravated identity fraud, speeding, battery, two counts of third-degree child cruelty and four counts of contempt of Superior Court.

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