Police/Fire News

A Floyd County woman faces a felony aggravated cruelty to animals charge after reportedly leaving a dog in a locked cage without adequate food or water and in unsanitary conditions, reports stated.

A Rome man was arrested outside the Dragon Food Mart on Park Avenue in Lindale on a warrant stemming from a July 12 incident when he and two other people allegedly had a stolen 2008 Vision Flier Camper valued at $2,500.

A Rome woman is charged with a felony for possession of a Schedule I controlled substance following a search conducted Sunday morning near the intersection of U.S. 27 and Lindsey Drive, reports stated.

A 28-year-old man at the Floyd County Jail is accused of biting a deputy during a scuffle, reports stated.

Floyd County police arrested a man and woman on drug charges after an encounter near the intersection of U.S. 27 and Dugger Drive in the Armuchee community.

A Georgia State Patrol trooper and Floyd County police were involved in a chase that resulted in the arrest of a Cartersville man on assault and stalking charges.

A Rome man was arrested on a warrant Thursday night involving an incident on July 15, where he fled from a vehicle during a traffic stop, reports stated.

A Rome woman was arrested outside her residence on Spring Creek Street Thursday afternoon after she reportedly stole a woman's car, reports stated.

A woman was arrested near the intersection of Redmond Circle and Garden Lakes Parkway on Wednesday on meth possession and battery charges, reports stated.

Two people turned themselves in at the jail on charges that they had a pipe containing methamphetamine residue as well as a THC brownie in their possession on July 15, reports stated.

A Fort Payne, Ala. man is accused striking a woman with a motorcycle helmet as well as choking her at an Aubie Lane residence on July 25, reports stated.

Two people turned themselves in at the jail on charges that they had a pipe containing methamphetamine residue as well as a THC brownie in their possession on July 15, reports stated.

A Floyd County resident was arrested a local convenience store and charged with possession of a Schedule II controlled substance after police said they found syringes with suspected meth in her purse.