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Juaquan Rashad Glover

Posted: Sunday, June 29, 2014 6:00 am

A third Rome suspect accused of beating two men during a gang-related fight at a Callahan Street residence was jailed Saturday.

Warrants indicate that he was also allegedly involved in an earlier attempted armed robbery of a North Rome home.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

Juaquan Rashad Glover, 19, of 16 Tumlin Drive, was arrested on three warrants by Floyd County Sheriff’s deputies.

He was charged with felony criminal gang activity, aggravated assault and misdemeanor battery.

Glover along with Kenya Manashea Royster, 20, of 217 Church St.; Dominique Rashad Leath, 21, of 4 Wilma Drive; and two others punched and kicked two men in the head on June 7.

Glover and the other suspects claimed affiliation with the Bloods street gang by yelling “Bloods” during the attack.

Royster and Leath were arrested Wednesday on gang participation and battery charges stemming from the assault. The two remained in jail late Saturday without bond.

Glover’s warrant information also states that he also participated in another group attack during an attempted armed robbery on Reynolds Street on April 24.

Glover struck a man in the head with a gun when he and “one or more persons” attempted to rob him, warrants state.

Jail records indicated that Timotheus James Boyett, 21, of 19 Eugenia Circle, turn himself in May 27 and was charged with felony aggravated assault for the same incident. He was released that day on $11,200 bond.

Glover remained behind bars at the Floyd County Jail late Friday without bond.

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