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A Rome man was arrested Sunday on two counts of entering an auto.
Witnesses took the stand Monday afternoon in the trial of a man charged with murder back in February of 2016.
Arrests include a man who allegedly used a lost debit card to make purchases, a woman charged with stealing from Walmart, and a man charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Jail reports state that 19-year old Shelby Savannah Phillips attempted to cause bodily hard to officers and an inmate inside the medical department.
According to police, 33-year old Decquorria Minee Woodard made up a story about being robbed of proceeds from a church bake sale last week.
A Plainville woman, walking her two dogs, was struck by a vehicle at the corner of Broad Street and 2nd Avenue Sunday.
The Cartersville Police Department is thanking the community for their assistance in identifying a suspect who is accused of damaging an ATM at Family Savings Credit Union.
Callier Springs road will be reduced to one lane from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. starting Monday.
The Rome City Commission will decide tonight if a convenience store will lose its beer package license after the arrest of an employee for selling synthetic marijuana.
16-year old Joelle Dalgleish was struck by the tree while camping at Red Top Mountain State Park in Bartow County Friday.
Crime reports from the weekend.
William Kevin Bridges, 31 of Cedartown, was arrested at the Sun Rise motel this week just hours after being listed as on the "Floyd County Most Wanted List".
Miette Craig of had to leave classes at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga early in order to go to Rome and make it to Georgia Northwestern Technical College's graduation.
The 12-year-running Foundation Camp at Georgia Highlands College has been around long enough to prove it is changing lives. It returns this summer from May 30th to June 9th.
Before busy summer schedules set in, the American Red Cross urges eligible donors to roll up a sleeve to help ensure a sufficient supply for patients in need.