A Cedartown woman who reportedly gave a Rome woman's name to police during a traffic stop was being held in jail Thursday pending a $7,900 bond.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

Terita Mitchell, 31, of 711 Canal Court in Cedartown, was arrested on warrants Wednesday charging her with felony first-degree forgery, felony false statements in writing, misdemeanor giving a false name and date of birth and driving on a suspended license.

Mitchell wrote the other woman's name and information on a citation to hide her own identity during a May 1 traffic stop at Georgia Highlands College.