Category: Local

Man Arrested After Attempting to Running Over Woman; Numerous Other Charges Made

Eugene Stonner Ashley, 37 of Rome, was arrested on numerous charges including theft and aggravated assault.

Police said that on four different occasions Ashley entered property on Rockmart Road and stole over $1,500 in items.

Reports said that Ashley cut though numerous fences to gain access to the property in which he allegedly stole catalytic converters, various brass and copper plumbing parts and miscellaneous motor vehicle parts.

He is also accused of attempting to run over a female during the incident.  Reports said that the front bumper struck her knee while the wheel ran over her foot.

Officers stated that he gave them false information and attempted to run while being questioned.  A bag of suspected meth belonging to Ashley was later discovered.

Ashley is charged with four counts felony theft by taking, entering an automobile with intent to commit a theft, four counts criminal trespass, aggravated assault, obstruction of law enforcement, possession of meth, giving false information to police, and probation violation.

Rome Man Jailed for Multiple Thefts, Attempting to Run Over Woman
coosavalleynews.com

Game Called, Trion Wins

Lightning and heavy rain brought an early end to the Trion vs. Armuchee game on Thursday evening, but the Armuchee Indians had already had enough of the Bulldogs.  When the game was called due to lightning and severe storms, Trion was leading by 41 points.  The final score was 48-7.

Football Scores from Friday Night

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD

SONORAVILLE 24 – LAFAYETTE 21
GORDON LEE 28 – BEST ACADEMY 6
RINGGOLD 42 – COAHULLA CREEK 7
FANNIN CO. 42 – CHATTOOGA 7
DADE 35 – COOSA 6
N.W. WHITFIELD 52 – S.E. WHITFIELD 6
CALHOUN 35 – CASS 14

wqch

Lady Indians Headed for Elite 8!

The Chattooga Lady Indians are one step closer in their quest for the top as they make it to the next round of playoff action.  The Lady Indians won their game on Wednesday 8-7 over Berrian.  For the first time in school history, the Lady Indians are headed for the Elite 8 in Columbus.  Congratulations to the Chattooga Lady Indians!

International Games Day at the Library

International Games Week is November 7-13. To celebrate, the Chattooga Public Library will be hosting an International Games Day!
On Tuesday, November 9th, stop by the Chattooga Library to play games with the staff and other patrons. Sign up for this event is REQUIRED due to space requirements. To register for your spot, stop by the Chattooga Library circulation desk or call 706-857-2553.