Two Floyd County inmates are accused of flooding their jail cells.

Alleged prison gang members accused of flooding Georgia jail cells

Two inmates in northwest Georgia allegedly flooded their jail cells Saturday night, the Rome News-Tribune reported. 

Dylon Baker, 23, and Dustin Ballard, 24, are facing felony charges for interference of government property, according to Floyd County jail records. They allegedly flooded their cells using the sink and toilet and breaking a sprinkler, the News-Tribune reported.

The newspaper said the men were affiliated with the Ghost Face Gangsters, a notorious gang prevalent in Georgia prisons. Both were involved in a July 1 gang fight in the jail, according to records, which is another felony charge.

Baker was first arrested Feb. 5 on unspecified charges, the Floyd County jail records show. Ballard was arrested June 4 on multiple drug charges and aggravated assault against an officer.

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