Arrest reports for October 2

Monday, October 2, 2023–10:14 a.m.

-Floyd County Jail records-

Warrant: Man struck, threatened police officer

A 41-year-old Rome man was booked into the Floyd County Jail over the weekend on felony warrants charging him with terroristic threats and acts, and felony obstruction of officers.

According to the warrants:

While being taken into custody on September 27 at Central Plaza, Steven Lamar Barnes used his feet, legs, and fists to strike a Rome Police Officer.

He also threatened to kill the officer.

Barnes is also charged with misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct and possession of marijuana.

He is also being held without bond for a probation violation.

Fight with roommate leads to charges for Rome man

A 28-year-old Rome man was arrested at his Benton Drive home following a fight with his roommate.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

Jacob Aiden Jimenez pushed and slapped his roommate and then damaged the windshield and hood of the victim’s vehicle.

Jimenez is charged with a felony count of criminal damage to property and a misdemeanor count of simple battery.

Man charged with entering an auto

A Rome man is accused of entering an automobile on Reeceburg Road on Thursday of last week.

According to an arrest warrant:

48-year-old Christopher Michael Chancey took $150 in cash and also caused damage to the vehicle.

At the time of his arrest Friday on Dean Avenue, Chancey with found with a pill bottle containing Schedule III and a Scheduled IV controlled substances along with a small amount of marijuana.

Warrant: Man used ID of another to gain employment

A Garden Lakes man is facing an aggravated identity fraud charge following his arrest late last week.

According to the arrest warrant:

45-year-old Alvaro Gomez-Lopez used the identifying information of a Rockwell, Texas man to get a job at a business on Westside Industrial Boulevard.

19-year-old accused of driving juveniles to shoot other juveniles with a splat gun

A North Rome teen was arrested Sunday on charges of theft by receiving stolen property, reckless conduct, battery, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

19-year-old Jyrine Amarion Griffin drove a group of juveniles to a location on Green and Gold Boulevard to shoot other juveniles with splat guns, which use small gel beads as projectiles.

Griffin was also found to have two stolen firearms during his encounter with law enforcement.

Woman facing drug charges

An East Rome woman was arrested Sunday evening on Flannery Street at Clover Street on drug charges.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

53-year-old Christy Lynn Green was found with a clear baggie containing suspected methamphetamine and a glass smoking device during a K9 search for a wanted felon.

Green also had a small glass container with suspected marijuana inside.

She is charged with possession of meth, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, and possession of drug-related objects.