Arrest reports for May 4

Thursday, May 4, 2023–11:03 a.m.

-Floyd County Jail records-

Report: Man threatened to “Shoot up” Bekaert plant

A Rome man was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly threatened to shoot up the Bekaert plant on Darlington Drive.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

44-year-old Kodi Jashad Keith was an employee at the plant and also named specific employees as his targets.

The threat was corroborated by witness testimony.

Keith is charged with terroristic threats and acts.

Report; Woman repeatedly punched man, then struck him with her vehicle

A Cedartown woman was booked into the Floyd County Jail Wednesday on charges of aggravated assault, battery, hit and run, and aggressive driving.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

45-year-old Kitsy Pauline Ashley repeatedly struck a 51-year-old man in the head with her fists.

She then hit the man with her vehicle and left the scene.

The victim was found, bleeding from the head.

The incident occurred at a location on Gowen Drive at Burnett Ferry Road.

Woman charged with burglary, and with transmitting a false fire alarm

A homeless woman is facing multiple charges in connection with a couple of crimes downtown.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

31-year-old Raven Symone Wiggins tossed rocks through the windows of businesses at 109 and 111 Broad Street on April 22.

She then entered 111 Broad Street, which is World Finance, and took cell phones from inside.

Wiggins also pulled the firearm at the Courtyard by Marriot on West Third Street and was found with diazepam and gabapentin.

On Wednesday of this week, Wiggins was found in a locked room at the Citgo on Martha Berry Boulevard and suspected methamphetamine was found near where she was standing.

Wiggins is charged with 2nd-degree burglary, 2nd-degree criminal damage to property, transmitting a false fire alarm, possession of controlled substances, possession of dangerous drugs, and possession of methamphetamine.

Woman accused of passing counterfeit $100 bills at Silver Creek store

A Rome woman has been arrested on felony warrants charging her with 1st-degree forgery.

According to the warrants:

43-year-old Yolanda Lynn Peace passed four counterfeit bills at the Marathon gas station on Rockmart Road in November of last year.

Peace went into the store twice and made purchases, receiving change from the fake $100 bill and then changed another bogus $100 for money out of the drawer.

She then went into the store a second time, to get change for another counterfeit $100 bill and then purchased a pack of cigarettes.

Man accused of kicking in door of government apartment

A 32-year-old Rome man was arrested at his Dodd Boulevard apartment early Thursday on a felony count of interference with government property.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

Tyrease Rashun Creamer kicked in the door of Section 8 housing.

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