Re­port: 2 drove stolen U-Haul here

Rome News-Tribune - - NEWS - Spencer Lahr, staff writer

A Senoia man and wo­man were in jail Thurs­day morn­ing af­ter be­ing ac­cused of driv­ing a stolen U-Haul from Ten­nessee into Ge­or­gia and hav­ing two glass pipes with metham­phetamine residue in them.

Ac­cord­ing to Floyd County Jail re­ports:

Christo­pher Joseph Wil­bur, 33, and Michelle Ni­cole Wi­ley, 37, both of 1250 Stal­ings Springs Road, Senoia, were ar­rested af­ter 5 p.m. Wed­nes­day near the Sunoco gas sta­tion off Maple Av­enue. They both had gabapentin and Sero­quel pills on them that they didn’t have pre­scrip­tions for.

They are charged with felony theft by re­ceiv­ing stolen prop­erty, theft by bring­ing stolen prop­erty into the state and pos­ses­sion of meth. They also are charged with mis­de­meanor pos­ses­sion and use of drug-re­lated ob­jects, along with sale, dis­tri­bu­tion or pos­ses­sion of dan­ger­ous drugs.

Wil­bur was in jail with­out bond and Wi­ley was in jail on a $10,100 bond Thurs­day morn­ing.

Wo­man charged with ag­gra­vated stalk­ing

A home­less wo­man was in jail with­out bond Thurs­day morn­ing af­ter be­ing ac­cused of vi­o­lat­ing a tem­po­rary pro­tec­tive or­der by go­ing to a Lyons Drive home to see her chil­dren, who are in the cus­tody of the Di­vi­sion of Fam­ily and Chil­dren Ser­vices.

Ac­cord­ing to Floyd County Jail re­ports:

Brit­tany Ni­c­hole Matthews, 30, was ar­rested around 12:10 a.m. Thurs­day. She went to the home just be­fore mid­night Mon­day.

She is charged with felony ag­gra­vated stalk­ing.

Wo­man: Items stolen while she was in jail

A Rome wo­man re­ported to po­lice on Wed­nes­day that elec­tron­ics val­ued at $2,400 were taken from her home while she was be­ing held at the Floyd County Jail.

Ac­cord­ing to Rome po­lice re­ports:

The wo­man was ar­rested on Sept. 28 and charged with felony pro­ba­tion vi­o­la­tion. Her brother was tasked with stay­ing at her Auburn Lane home un­til she was re­leased, she told po­lice, who had met her at the jail’s book­ing area. Rent-A-Cen­ter needed to repo mer­chan­dise they’d loaned to her, so an­other fam­ily mem­ber had let em­ploy­ees into her home — she didn’t know the date this hap­pened.

It was dis­cov­ered that the home had been ran­sacked, with a Sam­sung stereo, val­ued at $1,700, and a PlayS­ta­tion 4, val­ued at $700, hav­ing been taken.

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