Two charged with obstruction 
Tuesday, June 12, 2018- 11:48 a.m. 
FLOYD COUNTY JAIL RECORDS
 
Two people have been arrested after they were found in an attic on Mark Groves Rd. 
 
According to Floyd County Police 29-year old Ashley Lee Smith of a Hickory Trl. address in Dallas, GA and 27-year old Frankie Eugene Craig of a Manco Dr. address in Lindale were found in an attic. 
 
Both reportedly refused to come down after Floyd County Police repeatedly told them to get out. Smith reportedly gave officers another person’s I.D. with the intent to mislead officers. 
 
Once Smith’s identity was known it found that she is wanted out of Cherokee County, AL. It was reported that Craig had methamphetamine on his person when officers got him out of the attic. 
 
Smith has been charged with giving false name and date of birth and fugitive of justice. Craig has been charged with possession of methamphetamine.
 
Both were additionally charged with three counts of obstruction. 
 
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