Authorities: Robbery suspect had cocaine
by Rachel Gray
December 13, 2013 12:00 AM | 1106 views | 2 2 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A Smyrna man, stopped in his pickup truck by the Marietta Police Department, was charged with three felonies after he was accused of robbing a local bowling alley Tuesday night.

James Roney was stopped by the police on the corner of Cobb Parkway South and South Marietta Parkway, because the Ford F150 he was driving “fit the description of vehicle connected to an armed robbery that had just occurred at the Marietta Bowling Alley,” the arrest warrant said.

While searching the truck, with Roney’s permission according to the warrant, the officer found a small clear plastic bag containing suspected cocaine in the center console.

While Roney was in custody, another small clear plastic bag containing suspected cocaine was in his back left pants pocket, according to accusations in the warrant stated.

Roney was charged with possession of cocaine, armed robbery and aggravated assault.

He was granted a $5,000 bond but remains in jail.

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dustoff
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December 13, 2013
Just who is the idiot judge who set this jerks bail?

Possession of cocaine, armed robbery and aggravated assault and a $5000 bail.

You have to be kidding!!! He should be held with no bail.

And you wonder why we have so much crime.

Ms. Rosser
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December 14, 2013
I thought this was strange so I looked this guy up on the Cobb sheriff's department website. He got a $5,000 bond for the possession charge. The armed robbery and aggravated assault were separate charges and have no bond. He is still in jail.
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