Cobb Man Calls 911, Asks to Fight
Charles Raymond Rogers of Marietta was arrested Thursday on a charge of terroristic threats and acts.
Charles Raymond Rogers of Marietta wanted to fight.
According to recorded conversations described in a criminal warrant, he didn't want to fight just anybody. Just before 7:40 p.m. March 4, Rogers called the Cobb County 911 Center and asked for the "biggest, baddest son of a b---- from Cobb County PD."
A few minutes past 8 p.m., he called the 911 center again. This time, Rogers requested that two specific employees of the police department be sent to his home in the 200 block of Cedar Way. He said that he was going to "put (the employees') blood on my fists," authorities wrote in the warrant.
Rogers was arrested Thursday on a charge of terroristic threats and acts. He is being held in the Cobb County jail in lieu of $10,000 bond.
He just felt, according to the warrant, "like a good fight."