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Recent Arrests in Snellville City Limits

Noisy, unruly conduct and shoplifting were prominent in this week's arrest report.

The following are arrests made by the Snellville Police Department between Oct. 13 - Oct. 19In addition, these reports are not an indication of proven guilt. All suspects are innocent until proven otherwise. (Certain traffic related misdemeanors are not included.)

  • Darius Wynn, 21, was arrested and charged with noisy, unruly conduct at 2880 Skylars Mill Lane.
  • Anton Darnell Harris, 23, was arrested and charged with noisy, unruly conduct at 2880 Skylars Mill Lane.
  • Dawn Sabra Jackson, 18, was arrested and charged with possession/purchase of schedule I and II illegal drugs.
  • Alyssa Jessica Stephens, 21, was arrested and charged with probation violation.
  • Ahmad Rechad Davis, 32, was arrested and charged with probation violation at 2420 Eastgate Place.
  • Jeremiah David Dangler, 18, was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting at 1905 Scenic Highway.
  • Kelly Brea, 29, was arrested and charged with contempt of court in Fulton County.
  • Kia Jazmel Kiapaye, 27, was arrested and charged with failure to appear at 2530 West Ronald Reagan Parkway. 
  • Gavin G. Ralbag, 28, was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting at 1550 Scenic Highway (Walmart). 
  • Raul Delgado Mondragon-Rico, 27, was arrested and charged with probation violation at 2900 SR 316 Highway, Lawrenceville.
  • Dustin Tunick, 28, was arrested and charged with obtaining drugs by fictitious name or false address at 1550 Scenic Highway (Walmart).
  • Liiban Quasim Abukar, 18, was arrested and charged with possession/purchase of Schedule III, IV and V illegal substances.

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