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Five arrested on Walnut Avenue for meth possession

Thursday, Feb. 2, 2023–1:13 p.m.

-Floyd County Jail records-

Rome-Floyd Metro task Force Officers executed a search warrant at a residence on Walnut Avenue early Thursday and arrested five people on charges of possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug-related objects.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

Officers found meth and a set of digital scales in the home.

Those arrested were 42-year-old Kerry Wade Kines, 55-year-old Charles Preston Riley, 39-year-old Victoria Crystal J. Utley, 42-year-old Herman Deray Dozier, and 58-year-old Kathy Lacretta Bullock.

Dozier is also accused of selling meth back on Jan. 25 and was additionally charged with the sale of methamphetamine and possession with the intent to distribute.

Utley is also charged with failure to appear.

Riley is also facing charges of failure to appear and a probation violation.

Bullock is also charged with failure to appear and giving a false name or address to law enforcement.

Two arrested for meth on Calhoun Road

Two people were arrested following the execution of a search warrant at a home on Calhoun Road Wednesday evening.

According to Floyd County jail records:

Rome-Floyd Metro Task Force officers found a quantity of methamphetamine packaged for resale, smoking devices, and digital scales.

44-year-old Crystal Dawn Smothers and 39-year-old Robert Allen Ray Croy are both charged with possession of meth, possession of meth with the intent to distribute, and possession of drug-related objects.

Report: Woman stole vehicle from Tamassee Lane

A stolen automobile has landed a 30-year-old Rome woman behind bars.

According to Floyd County Jail records:

Ronni Cecelia Steele stole the vehicle from the victim’s residence on Tamassee Lane back on Jan. 28.

She is charged with theft by taking a motor vehicle and entering an auto.

Man accused of paying for rims with counterfeit money

A Lindale man has been arrested on a felony warrant charging him with 1st-degree forgery.

According to the warrant:

20-year-old Contraveon Bernard Robinson paid for rims for a Chevy Impala using counterfeit money.

The incident occurred on Dec. 30 at an auto salvage business in Silver Creek.

Robinson was also charged with running a stop sign and driving with a suspended or revoked license during his arrest in the Shannon area.