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An 18-year-old was arrested early Saturday morning after allegedly having marijuana along with digital scales and sandwich bags on him.

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When a woman got in her Chevrolet Trailblazer on Thursday morning on Flannery Street, she discovered her purse was missing.

A Lindale man arrested Thursday on a simple battery charge received a felony charge after marijuana was found on him after crossing the guard line at the jail.

A Rome man was in jail without bond Thursday night after being accused of refusing to allow his amputee father into the father’s Silver Creek home and then blocking the door to stop his mother from helping the father after he fell.

An Aragon man was arrested at the Rome Probation Office on Thursday afternoon following the discovery of a firearm in the car he was in and methamphetamine in his pocket.

A Polk County man wanted by authorities in Alabama was being held in the Floyd County Jail on Thursday night pending return to Alabama.

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A fire that burned a vacant mobile home on Weathington Road is classified as suspicious and is being investigated as an arson, according to Rome-Floyd County Fire investigator Mary Catherine Chewning.

Deputies executing an arrest warrant at a home of Elliott Drive arrest-ed three Rome residents after finding synthetic marijuana and pills in the home.

Three men were in jail on drug charges Monday after police stopped their car for a distracted driving violation. The new state law banning the use of electronic devices while driving unless they're in a hands-free mode went into effect July 1.

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A title pawn company with multiple locations in Rome and Northwest Georgia has entered into a settlement with the state in response to allegations the company engaged in unlawful practices violated the Georgia Fair Business Practices Act and the Georgia Pawn Shop Act, according to a press re…

The Floyd County District Attorney’s Office has the findings of a GBI investigation into the shooting death of a Cedartown woman by law enforcement officers and will take it under review.