According to reports, Odom had active warrants for his arrest. Reportedly, Odom slammed the door on a Polk County deputy before Cedartown police arrived.
The officers made their way inside and used a K-9 to search for Odom. An officer observed insulation on the floor of a closet inside the residence. The officer found a small entrance to the attic in the ceiling of the closet, reports said.
An officer made entry into the attic, finding vehicle keys on top of a piece of insulation. The officer used his flashlight and observed a large lump of insulation toward the front of the residence.
The officer crawled over and observed the insulation rising as the offender was breathing, and observed Odom’s shoes sticking out from the insulation, reports said.
The officer gave verbal commands for the offender to show his hands. A Polk County deputy entered the attic and assisted the Cedartown officer with escorting Odom out of the attic, reports said.
Cedartown police turned Odom over to the Polk County deputy and he was transported to the Polk County Jail on grounds of a warrant arrest, reports said.