A man who wrecked his race car on Short Horn Road was in critical condition at Floyd Medical Center Saturday afternoon, following hours of emergency operations which carried on into Friday night, according to hospital spokesman Dan Bevels.
A Rome man remained in jail without bond Saturday after being accused of causing around $500 in damages to a Kerce Road home while trying to steal a Whirlpool refrigerator valued at $1,200.
A Rome man was in jail pending $8,300 bail Saturday after being accused of threatening a Rome police officer by claiming his gang affiliation would result in retaliation against the officer.
A Shannon man remained in jail pending $7,900 bail Saturday after being charged with felony possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute.
A Plainville man remained in jail Friday pending $3,000 bail after being accused of operating a stolen John Deere 310 backhoe loader, valued at $28,000, and trying to sell it for less than $2,000.
An employee of Scott Logistics reported Thursday the company was scammed out of more than $1,000 by a man calling himself “Mike Chill” and claiming to be a representative of a trucking company they do business with.
Floyd County police were called out to a Boyd Road home earlier this week to investigate the case of a missing miniature pot belly piglet, which the owner says was taken by her neighbors who had been “giving her problems” for the last several months.
A Lindale man is being held in the Floyd County Jail without bond for a driving under the influence after a wreck that resulted in the death of his teenage stepson.
A Cave Spring man now faces a misdemeanor second-degree homicide by vehicle charge stemming from a wreck April 6 that claimed the life of Amber Yother, reports stated.
A Douglasville man, who is a convicted felon, faces weapons charges after he was stopped in Floyd County after being caught driving in excess of 130 miles per hour, reports stated.
A woman was arrested on a felony charge of aggravated cruelty to an animal after a dog she had chained up outside her house died because she would not give it water, reports stated.
An Alabama man who was pronounced dead on the scene of a wreck east of Rome Saturday morning, was apparently running late for work in Cartersville when he lost control of his truck on U.S. 411, flipped several times and was ejected from the vehicle.
A Floyd County man accused of beating another man with a baseball bat was in jail without bond Sunday night on several felony charges.