Convicted felon wanted for shooting up house found in possession of gun during domestic call in Floyd County

According to a Floyd County Police Department incident report, On April 10th, 2023, at 7:41 AM, Officer Pelanek and Officer Wishart responded to a domestic on Cypress Street in reference to a domestic call. Andrew Kyle Parris, 28, of Rome, stated that his stepmother locked him out of the residence and refused to let him inside. Andrews’s stepmother then came out of the residence and began shouting over Andrew as he was telling officers the situation. Andrew advised that she would not let him in the house because she said she found him with a gun. Andrew stated that he did not have a real gun but that what she had seen was a toy gun. Officer Wishart reported, “Andrew then showed them the toy gun. The toy gun was orange in color and was indeed just a child’s toy. [I] then spoke with the stepmother. She stated that she kicked Andrew out. [I] advised her that she could not just kick Andrew out if he had established a residency at home and that she would need to file for an eviction. She stated she kicked Andrew out because he was in possession of a firearm and he was a convicted felon. She proceeded to show me photos of the real firearm that Andrew had. The photo showed Andrew holding a black in color bolt action long rifle with a black in color scope. She advised that Andrew hid the firearm before [I] arrived on the scene.” Andrew denied everything when asked by officers. Officers located the loaded firearm on top of the house. According to warrants, Andrew is accused of shooting into an occupied home on Martha Berry Highway back on March 24. According to the report, There were five people in the home at the time. Andrew was booked into the Floyd County Jail, charged with aggravated assault x5, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon x2, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

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