A man who led police on a high speed chase Monday night across the Polk County line has been hit with list of charges including terroristic threats, armed robbery and driving 100 mph in a 55, reports stated.

According to Rome police reports:

Daniel Ray Floyd, 35, of 3 Beech Street entered the Kangaroo on Martha Berry Boulevard Monday, March 21, at around 5 p.m. wearing a shirt that read “Do or Die” and telling the clerk he had a gun.

The gas station attendant told police that Floyd, who was a regular customer, told her to give him all the money in the register.

He told her to do it “right now or I will blow your brains out. I have a gun and I will shoot everyone in the store,” the report stated.

At the time of the alleged robbery there were two women in the store with two children, ages two and three. Floyd allegedly left the store when the clerk hit the alarm button.

About 20 minutes later an employee at another convenience store reported that a man, later identified as Floyd, allegedly entered the store, took an 18-ounce beer from a cooler and told the clerk to give him all the money in the register. He reportedly left the store with the beer and $69.26.

Floyd was later arrested in Aragon after he came to a stop when he allegedly sideswiped a truck.

He is charged with three counts felony armed robbery, intimidation and taking a controlled substance, five counts felony terroristic threats and acts, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug related objects and fleeing or attempting to elude police.

He is also charged with misdemeanor speeding, 83 in a 40 and 100 in a 55, reckless driving, open container, passing in a no passing zone and theft by shoplifting.

He remained in jail Tuesday morning.

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