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Arrest reports for Tuesday, Mar. 7

Tuesday, Mar. 7, 2023–10:30 a.m.

-Floyd County Jail records-

Report: Woman assaulted another person with a bottle and portable battery jump box

A Rome woman was arrested at her Reservoir Street home Monday on charges of aggravated assault and criminal trespass.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

34-year-old Bridgett Edna Tari Reynolds struck the victim in the head with a bottle and a portable battery jump box causing an injury to the back of the victim’s head.

The incident occurred on Mar. 4 at an apartment on Clark Avenue, according to the arrest warrant.

Two charged with aggravated animal cruelty

Two people are facing felony charges of aggravated cruelty to animals following their arrests on Monday.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

38-year-old Derrick James Pope and 42-year-old Kelly Denise Abney failed to provide adequate food to a dog named “Ruby.”

The dog’s ribs, lumbar, vertebrae, and pelvic bones were visible from a distance and the dog had no discernable body fat and had an obvious loss of muscle mass.

Man accused of having face ID, Social Security card

A 43-year-old Rome man was arrested at a location on Turner McCall Boulevard Monday on charges of identity fraud and 1st-degree forgery.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

Manuel Reyes Reyes attempted to cash a check at a bank on Turner McCall Boulevard by presenting a fake identification card and Social Security card.

Woman arrested on a felony shoplifting charge

A 30-year-old Rome woman was jailed Monday on a felony theft by shoplifting charge.

According to the arrest warrant:

Raven Symone Wiggins has a T-Mobile account and was in the store on Turner McCall Boulevard, making a purchase back on February 26.

While employees were in one of the back rooms, Wiggins removed the security device from a Galaxy 5 watch and left the store.

The incident was captured on video camera.

Man accused of cashing forged checks

A man from Dallas, Georgia was booked into the Floyd County Jail Monday on charges of identity theft, writing fraudulent checks, and 3rd-degree forgery.

According to jail records:

23-year-old Noah Maxin Price cashed three forged checks at a Rome bank back on Nov. 2.

Price was also charged with being a fugitive from justice when it was discovered that he had an active warrant for his arrest in Cherokee County, Alabama.