DeKalb County police have charged Stacey Dooley, of Snellville, in the killing of an armored car guard during an armed robbery in Toco Hill Shopping Center on March 15.
Officials in DeKalb County have also charged Ashley Henderson, 27, and a man that has not been named, in the death of Gary Castillo, a 32-year-old guard with Garda Cash Logistics. Castillo, a Lawrenceville resident, was shot while leaving a Kroger grocery store with a cash pick-up.
All three men have been charged with murder, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in connection with the Toco Hills robbery and shooting.
In addition to the Toco Hills incident, Dooley -- along with Henderson, the unnamed man, and Quentin Booker, 34 -- was charged Thursday in a Redan armored car robbery on Jan. 21. In that robbery, the four men were charged with armed robbery, aggravated assault and possession of a deadly weapon by a convicted felon.
The robberies are two in a string of heists across metro Atlanta, including three in Gwinnett County. A total of four men, including Dooley, have been charged in connection with the Gwinnett County robberies.
Dooley, 34, was first arrested along with Booker Wednesday morning in Johns Creek by FBI agents. His charges continue to mount. In addition to being held for law enforcement in North Carolina and DeKalb County, he is also wanted in Cobb County, according to Gwinnett County police records.