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An 18-year-old Silver Creek man yelled at on officer directing traffic and was found to have mairjuna packaged for resale.
The hit and run according Friday, May 22 on Beverly Avenue in Rome.
A Rome man is in jail after he allegedly raped a woman last month.
With school years coming to an end, parking downtown for graduation ceremonies held at The Forum are available.
Donors can give blood on Memorial Day, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the parking lot at the former Bank of America, located at Tennessee and Main Streets.
Bricks from the old mill in Lindale were used for the new World War II memorial that was built by a brick mason who is also a Floyd County Prison inmate.
Arrests include a woman accused of exploiting the elderly and a teen charged with making threats.
The 26-year old Rome man was booked into the Floyd County Jail Friday in connection with the altercation that occurred on Monday.
The man, seen in the rendering by a law enforcement sketch artist, is white male that police want to question in connection with a major commercial theft in unincorporated Gordon County.
Chairman Larry Maxey said public safety is very important to commissioners and people are supportive of statements he made recently at the Tea Party.
Memorial Day is a busy time on the roads and law enforcement will be out there keeping a close eye on things.
Arrests include a man charged for assault and stalking, and another man charged for aggravated assault and terroristic threats.
Rome Middle School, Fairview School and Habitat for Humanity are holding fundraisers.
A man was arrested for drugs while riding his bike and police are investigating a robbery.
A police chase ended with two people in custody Thursday afternoon.