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High Number of Battery Charges, Discharging Gun Near Street, Aggravated Sexual Battery

The following were arrested in unincorporated Snellville between Nov. 27 and Dec. 9.

The following are arrests made in unincorporated Snellville, between Nov. 27 and Dec. 9In addition, these reports are not an indication of proven guilt. All suspects are innocent until proven otherwise. Attached photos are those available from the Gwinnett County Detention Center website.

  • Demis Mehmetaj, 3000 Ansley Forest Court, was arrested and charged with DUI - under 21, possession of less than 1 oz. of marijuana, improper/erratic lane change and failure to exercise due care.
  • Lee Randolph Allen, 4412 Hidden Bluff Way, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.
  • John Dennis Moore, 737 Lake Drive, was arrested and charged with probation violation. 
  • Zachary Lambert Davidson, 1845 Autumn Court, was arrested and charged with probation violation. 
  • Lisa Rena Perry, 3742 Saddle Ridge Drive, was arrested and charged with cruelty to children. 
  • Victor Chico Armah, 401 Wiloaks Drive, was arrested and charged with shoplifting.
  • Dexter Maurice Lumpkin, 4470 Anderson Livsey Lane, was arrested and charged with probation violation. 
  • Errol Anthony Murray, 3406 Palisade Court, was arrested and charged with probation violation.
  • Tiffany Beatrice Williams, 2963 Skyland Drive, was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle with suspended/revoked/canceled registration, no drivers license, giving false name or information, and failure to have license on person.
  • Jacob Paul Cannon, 1800 North Road, was arrested and charged with disruption of a public school and simple assault.
  • Paul Richard Meanor, 3637 Chinaberry Lane, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and public drunkenness. 
  • Pamela Veronica Washington, 3035 Ashley Pines Road, was arrested and charged with driving with a suspended/revoked license, improper/erratic lane change and DUI - alcohol.
  • Hollis Samuel Boswell, 657 Lake Drive, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. 
  • Patrick Bernadel, 3571 Imperial Hill Drive, was arrested and charged with battery.
  • Deborah Marie Scott, 3095 Everson Court, was arrested and charged with simple battery.
  • Jerry Alan Rakestraw, 3286 Bruckner Boulevard, was arrested and charged with DUI - drugs, motor vehicle on wrong side of roadway, and failure to yield for emergency.
  • Melanie Lenora Hornbuckle, 1829 Pinehurst Road, was arrested and charged with probation violation. 
  • Toccora Tinque Smalls, 3410 Quinn Ridge Drive, was arrested and charged with theft by conversion.
  • John Dennis Moore, 737 Lake Drive, was arrested and charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and theft by shoplifting.
  • Jorge Omar Rosales, 3170 Grand Central Drive, was arrested and charged with battery and violation of probation.
  • Lachman Raghunauth, 1981 Collinswood Drive, was arrested and charged with simple battery.
  • Brittney Faye Lyons, 2903 Ravenwolfe Way, was arrested and charged with battery and theft by taking.
  • Michael Alexander Troutman, 3141 Centerville Rosebud Road, was arrested and charged with discharging a gun near a street and terroristic threats and acts. 
  • Christopher Major Humphrey, 1012 Dogwood Road, was arrested and charged with failure to pay child support.
  • Devon John Smart, 1572 Pine Bluff Court, was arrested and charged with burglary.
  • Derrick Alan Palmore, 2525 Lake Commons Court, was arrested and charged with battery.
  • Dennis Joe Beard, 3051 Eastland Way, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass.
  • Precious Tenille McFarland-Eave, 5145 Bridlepoint Parkway, was arrested and charged with battery.
  • Carl Douglas Sutay, 4032 Scenic Mountain Drive, was arrested and charged with battery.
  • Latoya Renae Roberson, 4020 Medlock Drive, was arrested and charged with battery.
  • Eric Danell Atkinson, 4384 Marjorie Road, was arrested and charged with aggravated sexual battery.
  • Kendra Darnesha Williams, 3440 Quinn Ridge Drive, was arrested and charged with battery. 
TOWG December 11, 2012 at 02:16 PM
All of you employers out there take a long look at Jorge Omar Rosales and ask yourself, "Would I ever hire this guy for ANYTHING?". Mr. Rosales future is dismal at best and it's all his own fault. Sad and pathetic. Taxpayers will end up supporting Jorge for the rest of his life; either on welfare, by his criminal enterprises, or more likely in prison.
T.Rawlins December 11, 2012 at 04:38 PM
You're right about that TOWG but how many probation violations is it going to take to keep him in jail. Our criminals in Gwinnett County know that our system is broken. They don't care if they continue to break the law because even a probation violation is not held to what it should be.....If you violate probation you should get the remainder of a sentence. How often does that happen? The offender is often released back in society to hurt someone else and thrown back to the system until they get tired of seeing him. Doesn't make sense!
Michelle Couch December 11, 2012 at 07:48 PM
Probation violations can be anything from a speeding ticket to a jay walking charge to a littering citation - as deemed justified by the P/O. And not all individuals on probation - are violent offenders. Many of them are no harm to society. If a probationer mentions that they received a speeding ticket to their P/O - the P/O can lock them up. It's at the P/O's discretion, which can be abused, and often is in Gwinnett. There are many, many flaws with the probation system and what probationers they do and don't lock-up for violations.

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