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Police & Fire
The man wanted by several jurisdictions is accused of holding up a Walmart in Loganville this week. An arrest does not mean a conviction.
Achiel Morgan, 15, charged with armed robbery in an incident that resulted in the shooting death last year of fellow Grayson High School student, Paul Sampleton, 14, was denied bond Monday.
Paul Slater has been held in the Walton County Detention Center, without bond, since his release from the hospital on Feb. 10, 2013.
News Nearby: Fire is being investigated by Walton County Fire Rescue, the Georgia Fire Marshals Office and the Atlanta office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Paul Slater, who was shot by a Loganville mother last month during a break-in, has now been released from the hospital and is being held, without bond, at Walton County Detention Center.
Police believe robbery was the objective. The students were aware Sampleton traded in high-end sneakers.
The older brother and sister of a student at Grace Snell Middle School were arrested last week when they went to the school and confronted a student they believe had bullied their sister.
News nearby: Fire was quickly extinguished and no injuries were reported.
Gwinnett Police confirm they are investigating the possibility that Paul Sampleton's shoes could have played a part in his murder Wednesday at his home in Grayson, Ga.
News nearby: Police found the body of a teenager at an address in Grayson after receiving report of a person shot. This is being investigated as a homicide.
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