Wanted Rome man found with meth after giving fake name and foot chase

According to a Floyd County Police Department incident report, On April 21st, 2023, at 4:02 PM, Officer Roubieu responded to 2507 Calliersprings Road to assist Officer Carranza with reports of a suspicious person. Officer Roubieu reported, “When [I] arrived on the scene, [I] observed Officer Carranza speaking to two gentlemen off into the field. When [I] approached [I] saw a gentleman matching the description of Christopher Scott Rogers, 39, Rome, but he was wearing a mask and a hat. [I] asked the Gentlemen for a form of identification and to remove his mask so [I] could see his face. He stated that he did not have any ID [I], then asked his name, and he stated that his name was Jacob Rogers, with a date of birth of 3- 29-91. [I] then asked dispatch to run Mr. Chris Rogers and Mr. Jacob Rogers through GCIC. [I] then asked dispatch to send me a picture of both subjects. Mr. Rogers continued to state that his name of Jacob Rogers.” While walking towards his car, the officer turned around and observed Rogers running with Officer Carranza giving chase. Officer Carranza quickly had him on the ground. Rogers was placed under arrest and was found to have a small baggie of suspected meth on him. Officers also located an empty syringe. Rogers, who was found to have a warrant, was then transported to the Floyd County Jail charged with obstruction, giving false name and date of birth, possession of me

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