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Arrest Report: Possession of a Weapon on School Property and Aggravated Assault

The following were arrested in unincorporated Snellville between Feb. 1 - Feb. 14.

The following are arrests made in unincorporated Snellville, between Jan. 6 and Jan. 14In 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.

Malik Rashad Johnson-Harris, 4054 Red Laurel Way, was arrested and charged with battery.

George Joye Bradley, 3925 Cherie Glen Road, was arrested and charged with failure to pay child support. 

Isiah Ger-Paul Watson, 3391 Open Fields Drive, was arrested and charged with robbery.

Lauran Christine Fannin, 3242 Summerwood Circle, was arrested and charged with DUI - less safe and DUI - child endangerment.

John Lewis Johnson, 4569 Chafin Point Court, was arrested and charged with second degree forgery.

Michael W. Pomeroy, 2486 Williams Down Circle, was arrested and charged with trafficking in cocaine, marijuana, etc..., theft by receiving and theft by shoplifting.

Judy Carolyn Mattox, 2039 Elmwood Circle, was arrested and charged with shoplifting.

Christie Michelle Burton, 3391 Cottonwood Lane, was arrested and charged with shoplifting less than $300.

Elias Carlton McCoy, 1258 Dogwood Road, was arrested and charged with failure to pay child support.

Abdgani Hassan Mohamed, 3015 Hunters Pond Court, was arrested and charged with robbery.

Crystal Lynn LaFlair, 680 Lake Drive, was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting. 

Joseph Paul Nichols, 3823 Colima Way, was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting.

Max Oakley Whitfield, 1800 North Road, was arrested and charged with simple assault and simple battery.

Teal Shavette Chancellor, 3840 Sweetbriar Trace, was arrested and charged with disruption of a public school.

Daevon Deishon Johnson, 2300 Country Walk, Apartment 122, was arrested and charged with loitering and prowling.

Joseph Rochua DeCarvacho, 2300 Georgia Lane, was arrested and charged with simple battery.

Willie Lamar Owens, 3113 Glynn Mill Drive, was arrested and charged with battery.

Bruce Elliot Harvey, 4593 Harriet Lane, was arrested and charged with first degree forgery.

Brandon Keith Upshaw, 2219 Rosedale Road, was arrested and charged with simple battery.

Daquan Amir Miller, 3060 Eastland Way, was arrested and charged with violation of probation, entering an auto, possession of a weapon on school property and aggravated assault.

John Michael Connolly, 2721 Spring Ridge Circle, was arrested and charged with battery.

Devery Antwaune Dees, 2654 Laurel View Drive, was arrested and charged with possession of a firearm by a minor and criminal trespass.

bren davis February 18, 2013 at 12:49 PM
Thank you so much for this article/ listing. It helps we, the community put a face on what is an ever increasing crime problem. Some will be neighbors, students, who should perhaps be in school somewhere, gang elements, or pedators at large. These people should continue to be identified and arrested in Dekalb and elsewhere.
Crystal Huskey February 18, 2013 at 04:15 PM
You're welcome! Interestingly enough, crime has actually gone down on the Centerville side of Snellville (unincorporated) over the past couple of years. If you go to crimemapping.com, you can view the most recent crimes in the area, and there just isn't that much. Same in Snellville city limits - most of the crime is petty theft, and the crime rate has stayed pretty stagnant for a few years. I hope that these types of reports will educate people as to where the crime in town is occurring, and that people will be more vigilant and possibly organize more neighborhood watch programs.

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