Floyd County arrest reports will now be published in addition to the Polk County arrest reports.
The following arrest reports are compiled from the Floyd County Sheriff's Office intake report.
Listed below is the report for Saturday Jan. 19, 2013 and also contains some arrests from Friday evening. The reports are generated from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m and again from 8 p.m to 8 a.m. on a daily basis.
Unless specified otherwise, all information is obtained from the Floyd County Sheriff's Office.
The following people were arrested and charged with the violations listed below. Click on the links to view prior arrests and/or additional details.
Durand Devell Clinton, 29, of Rome was arrested in Cobb County on two warrants issued by the Rome Police Department for two counts felony failure to appear. Clinton remains in custody at the Floyd County jail at the time of this publication.
Jose Luis Cornejo-Cruz, 41, of Rome was arrested by Rome Police Officer Bowers and charged with driving without a license and headlight violation.
Otis Ray Daniel, 27, of Summerville was arrested on a bench warrant for failure to appear. An additional hold is in place through Georgia Department of Corrections.
Timothy Bonard Johnson Jr., 18, of Rome was arrested at Walmart Supercenter located at 825 Cartersville Hwy. by Rome Police Officer McGuire and charged with theft by shoplifting. Johnson bonded out and was released.
Samantha Renee Jones, 18, of Rome was arrested by Georgia State Trooper Cochran and charged with driving on suspended license. Jones bonded out and was released.
Robert Francis Looney, 27, of Rome was arrested at Walmart Supercenter located at 825 Cartersville Hwy. by Rome Police Officer McGuire and charged with shoplifting. Looney bonded out and was released.
Doyle Edward Mount, 46, of Jackson turned himself in to the Floyd County bonding lobby per court order.
Check back for more updates regarding the Floyd County arrest reports.
Arrest reports do not reflect the guilt or innocence of the individuals listed. All parties are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Not every arrest/charge leads to a conviction. A conviction or acquittal is determined by the court system.
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