Report: Rome man charged with multiple burglaries

10/29/13--11:45 AM

By: Andrew Carter (WRGA News)

A Rome man turned himself into authorities late Monday night on warrants charging him in connection with a couple of break-ins.

According to records at the Floyd County Jail, Jason Todd Spurling, 33, of 34 Heritage Way is accused of burglarizing the Possum Trot Veterinary Clinic at 10 Addington Dr. in Rome in late June.

Warrants also allege Spurling broke a window at the Redmond Family Care and forced his way into the building.

He also aided suspects in his car when they cut the phone lines to the Shannon Pharmacy in an attempt to burglarize that location in mid June.

Spurling is charged with two counts of second degree burglary, one count each of first degree criminal damage to property and party to the crime of second degree criminal damage to property.

He remains in the Floyd County Jail without bond.

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