A Calhoun man was in jail Monday morning, accused of trying to break into a vehicle at the Floyd Medical Center parking deck.

According to Floyd County Jail and Rome police records:

Randy Wayne Cook, 31, of 169 Joann Drive in Calhoun was arrested about 7 p.m. on Christmas Day and charged with the felony counts of first degree criminal damage to property, possession of tools for the commission of a crime and criminal attempt to enter a vehicle with felonious intent.

Cook is accused of using a crowbar to try to pry open the door of a white 2004 Chevrolet Silverado at the parking deck, 304 Turner McCall Blvd., and smashing the window with a cinderblock.

He told police he was at the hospital to deliver a present to his grandmother and had no hand in the damage to the vehicle, but a witness reported seeing him hit the window of the Silverado.

A crowbar found on the floor of the vehicle he was in, parked next to the Silverado, reportedly matched the pry-marks on the car door. A Coach purse with a wallet lying on top of it was visible through the window of the car, police

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