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Floyd County police jailed a man and woman early Tuesday morning after they were found carrying prescription painkillers not in an original container.

Rome police have charged a local man with aggravated stalking after investigating complaints from a victim regarding an incident that occurred Friday.

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Floyd County police have arrested four people at a home on Warren Road after a drug investigation that began on August 18.

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A Cave Spring woman is charged with felony deposit account fraud after she allegedly wrote a bad check to Wood Fruitticher Grocery Co. for $2,622.36 to get food for Cave Spring’s Creekside Restaurant, which she re-opened earlier this year.

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A Rome man was released from jail Friday on a $10,000 bond after being arrested the day before following a traffic stop and charged with felony possession of meth.

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A Rome woman remained in jail without bond Friday night after being accused of using a dead woman’s name and information to get at least two credit cards.

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A second arrest has been made in the wake of an investigation into the entering of an automobile on the Berry campus earlier this week.

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Two men and a woman remained in jail without bond Friday night after police found them with a load of meth following a one-vehicle wreck, reports stated.

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Cave Spring Fire Rescue personnel were barely finished working a four vehicle wreck on U.S. 411 near Bagwell Road on Friday when they were asked to respond to a head-on wreck about a quarter of a mile across the Alabama state line Friday evening.

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A Rome woman remained in jail without bond Thursday night after being accused of punching a deputy in the face and then kicking another in the leg during an incident at the jail.

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Rome Fire Marshal’s office investigators are looking into a pair of fires that have occurred early Wednesday and Thursday in the Lindale and Coosa communities. The fire Wednesday gutted a vacant home on Cliffbrink Avenue in Lindale while a blaze caused moderate to heavy damages to a home on …

A Rome man is charged with felony second-degree cruelty to children after he reportedly struck a 16-year-old and a woman early Wednesday.

A 67-year-old Rome man is charged with child molestation regarding an incident which happened in early June in a Shorter Avenue residence, reports stated. According to Floyd County Jail reports:

A Rome man was arrested Tuesday and is charged with felony exploitation and intimidation of disabled adults, elder persons and residents, reports stated.

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