Rome woman arrested after becoming disorderly at convenience store in Floyd County

According to a Floyd County Police Department incident report, On March 29th, 2023, at 10:44 PM, Officer Stanfield was attempting to enter the convenience store located at 3070 Cedartown Highway when a female (later identified as Tessa Cheyanne Hughes, 28, of Rome) stated to me while motioning toward a car, “He’s a creep. He’s been following my children and me around.” Officer Stanfield reported, “Due to this, [I] did attempt to investigate. It was soon found out that the male was waiting for his wife to get off work from the Subway located at this location. [I] attempted to speak with Tessa, but she refused. Due to this, [I] did run the license plate on the back of the vehicle that Tessa was driving to attempt to identify her. Dispatch advised me that Tessa was suspended for failure to appear. [I] did attempt to speak with Tessa and advise her that her license was suspended and that she needed to get a ride so she could avoid jail time. Tessa’s boyfriend was on the scene as well and attempted to get Tessa to go with him, but she was adamant that she was not leaving the car. The clerk at the store did allow her to leave the car park but advised that it would have to be towed if it was still there at 4:00 AM, on March 30, 2023. Once the car was parked and Tessa was advised that she would be arrested if she drove off, I did leave the scene. On March 30th, 2023, [I] was dispatched by 911 that Tessa was cussing out all the male employees that came by. Once [I] arrived on the scene, [I] did speak to the clerk. The clerk stated that Tessa had been driving circles in the parking lot and cussing all the male patrons. Due to this and the behavior from Tessa earlier in the night, [I] did place Tessa under arrest for disorderly conduct.”

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