Man charged for threatening Subway customers, attacking officer
by Staff Reports
Nov 02, 2010 | 3083 views | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
On Sunday, a man was arrested by Bartow County Sheriff's deputies and charged with aggravated assault on a peace officer, aggravated assault, obstruction of officer, battery, terroristic threats and acts, simple assault and possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce.

According to the Bartow County Sheriff's incident report, Chad Andrew Pas made threats to do harm to persons with a gun or knife at Subway, 1211 Joe Frank Harris Parkway. A witness stated the suspect entered Subway about 7 p.m. and was acting very suspicious. He said Pas was yelling at customers and tried one time to enter through the "Employee Only" door. He also stated the suspect came up to the counter, pulled out a knife and said, "I will kill you."

After Pas went outside, he was approached by a deputy. When the deputy was within about 5 feet of Pas, the suspect snatched the belt from his pants and attempted to attack the officer. Able to step around the attack, the deputy was able to grab Pas from behind without being struck in the face. While attempting to detain him, Pas hit the deputy several times and attempted to take the gun from its holster, but was unsuccessful.

The deputy went to Cartersville Medical Center where they performed an X-ray on his right hand and it was determined at this time there were no fractures or breaks. Another officer transported Pas to the Bartow County Jail.

Adairsville traffic stop leads to arrest

On Friday, Adairsville police arrested an Adairsville man for possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. Roy Thomas Waller, 47, of Bruce Street, was charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and possession of methamphetamine.

According to Chief Charles Stafford, police officers from the Adairsville Police Department made the arrest after conducting a traffic stop on a vehicle Friday morning. Officers searched Waller's vehicle and discovered an amount of methamphetamine consistent with drug distribution.

Waller is being held at the Bartow County Jail pending bond.

Routine patrol nets arrest

On Saturday about 8:36 a.m., while on routine patrol in the area of North Tennessee Street and Townsley Drive, Cartersville police observed a cream-colored Dodge van abruptly merge into the turning lane on North Tennessee Street.

After running the Georgia plate number, GCIC yielded that the vehicle had expired registration and no valid insurance. A GCIC check on the driver's license revealed that the driver had two warrants for probation violation through Walton County Sheriff's Office and Madison County Sheriff's Office. Both agencies had requested a hold on Ronald David Cox for extradition. He was placed in custody and transported to Bartow County Jail to await to be picked up by either agency.