Roger Dewayne Callahan, 28 of Rome, was arrested over the weekend for allegedly causing $150,000 in damage at Rome Electric Motor Works. Reports said that Callahan not only damaged 11 motors, but burglarized the company three times.

Reports added that the burglaries occurred between Nov. 30, 2015, and Jan. 10.

According to officials, Callahan stole 12 spools of copper wire during the first burglary, cut off copper from 11 electric motors the second time and stole numerous motors placed outside the building the last time.

Deputies said that when they went to arrest him over the weekend he refused to open the door and tried to hold it closed when deputies tried to enter.

He was finally arrested and charged with two felony counts of first-degree burglary, two counts of felony obstruction of an officer and a misdemeanor theft by taking charge.

Leigh McLeod, 29, and Tamela Dawn Brown, 35, both of Rome, were also arrested at the home after they also allegedly refused to open the door for deputies They were charged with misdemeanor willful obstruction of officers.