Woman says man robbed her at knifepoint on U.S. 411
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A 36-year-old Rome woman driving a taxi reported Wednesday she was robbed by a man with a knife when her car overheated on U.S. 411.

According to the Bartow County Sheriff's Office incident report, the woman pulled over near the Shaw Industries plant about 1:30 p.m. to allow the engine to cool and add water to the radiator. A small, faded black four-door passenger car occupied by two men pulled up.

One of the men got out and acted as if he was examining the engine. The victim said he pulled out a flip-blade knife with brown handles and said, "Give me all your money."

The men got away with $210. The woman saw the driver, who she said had curly hair down to his shoulders.

The man with a knife was wearing a brown ball cap, blue jeans and cream-colored shirt with unknown writing.

Deputies responded to the area and searched for the vehicle, but were unsuccessful.

Woman arrested in connection with fight involving bat

BCSO deputies arrested one woman in connection with a fight on Oakridge Drive in Cartersville despite the victim wishing to press no charges.

According to the incident report, a group of women were fighting over a woman's alleged relationship with 25-year-old Kimberly Dawn Page's boyfriend.

When police arrived Wednesday about 11:40 a.m., Page and the victim had been in a fight, and another woman waved around an aluminum baseball during a subsequent verbal altercation involving several women.

Page of 789 Peeples Valley Road in Cartersville was charged with battery under the Family Violence Act.

Acworth man charged with storage unit burglaries

Investigators announced Thursday they had charged an Acworth man in connection with the burglaries of several storage buildings in Acworth.

In a press release, Sheriff Clark Millsap said Peter Scott Michael Kennelly, 37, of 4529 Pecan Lane, Acworth, was charged with two counts of burglary. Authorities allege he broke into storage buildings at 5890 Glade Road in Acworth on May 25 and fled on foot after he was caught by an employee inside one of the units.

Investigators found a bag containing Kennelly's information and located him incarcerated at the Bartow County jail on unrelated charges. They then interviewed him about the alleged burglaries.

Kennelly is being held in jail pending other charges and a $20,000 bond.