Felon with history of domestic violence arrested after violent domestic involving gun in Floyd County

According to a Floyd County Police Department incident report, On December 31st, 2022, at 1:31 PM, Officer Whaley responded to an address on Lake View Drive in reference to a domestic altercation. Dispatch advised the complainant stated a male subject, later identified as Jarad Thomas Michael Sanders, 35, of Lindale, had put a gun to her head. Dispatch advised the male had already left the scene in a burgundy Ford F-350 Dually truck heading toward either Adairsville or possibly Huffaker Road, where he has an RV. Dispatch put a BOLO out for the vehicle. The victim advised she told Jarad, her boyfriend, that he needed to leave the residence by this weekend. She advised he had been staying with her off and on since she bailed him out of jail for domestic assault. She advised Jarad went into a rage and came into the room with her pistol and accused her of doing all sorts of stuff. The victim advised Jarad put the gun to her head and told her that he would shoot her and her son. The victim advised he was a convicted felon with some drug trafficking charges against him as well as other domestic violence charges against some other woman in Paulding County. The victim advised Jarad to take her cell phone, so she could not call 911. Jarad took her pistol and the phone she had just bought. Officers Pelanek and O’Bryan then located Jarad and his truck on Huffaker Road. They performed a felony traffic stop and took Jarad into custody. During a search of the vehicle, they located the victim’s pistol and cell phone in the vehicle, along with another 9mm pistol that belonged to Jarad. Officers also located a large amount of marijuana and meth. Sanders was booked into the Floyd County Jail, charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threats and acts, pointing a firearm at another, obstructing someone from calling 911, felony theft by taking, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug-related objects.

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