Jason Robert Hubbard, 48 of Rome, was arrested this week after reports said he broke into a home on Dixie Park Road and committed a burglary.
Reports said that Hubbard damaged a window while gaining entry into the location. The burglary occurred back on February 25, 2020. During the burglary, Hubbard allegedly stole a tool box of various tools valued at $500, a pressure washer valued at $300, 2 weed eaters valued at $400, case of 30W oil valued at $36, and numerous drop cords valued at $100.
A day later, Hubbard is accused of retaining stolen property. Reports said that Hubbard sold wire belonging to AT&T to the scrap yard in Centre, Alabama for $238.40. The wire had been stolen from a location on Shoreline Drive.
Officers located Hubbard this week the Royal Inn on Martha Berry Blvd. When questioned, offices stated that he gave them a fake name and date of birth in order to avoid arrest.
Hubbard is charged with first degree burglary, theft by receiving stolen property, giving false information to police and criminal trespass.