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January 30th, 2010
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Potential Victims Not Intimidated by Fake Gun


On January 24, police were called to a restaurant on Highway 9 in reference to an armed robbery...

On January 24, police were called to a restaurant on Highway 9 in reference to an armed robbery. The victim told police that he owns the restaurant. He also told authorities that  him and several employees were sitting in the rear of the restaurant when an unknown male entered the store. The suspect went straight to the kitchen and one of the restaurant’s employees noticed that the suspect was wearing a mask, a blue hooded shirt and the suspect appeared to be armed with a gun. While in the kitchen, the suspect threatened one of the restaurant’s cooks. The cook, while being threatened, got a good look at the gun and became convinced that it was only a toy. The suspect eventually demanded cash from the victim, but the victim refused to give him any. At that point, the suspect aimed his gun at the victim and pulled the trigger, but nothing happened. When the gun didn’t fire, the suspect ran out of the restaurant. The suspect escaped in a gold four door Lexus and remains at large.


House Party 5


On January 24, a suspicious dad put an end to a teenage house party. Just past midnight, police received an anonymous call from a man who said that he had just picked up his 16-year-old daughter from a party and that she appeared to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The caller also told police that he believed there were upwards of 60 people at the house. Police decided to further investigate the call, so they headed to the address on Double Creek Lane. When officers arrived, they saw two females in the front of the house trying to fight each other, however, two guys were restraining the women, so they couldn’t fight. As police scoured the yard, they found empty beer cans, empty liquor bottles and a male who had passed out on the lawn. Police searched for the homeowner and they found 57-year-old M. Thomas Riddick. Riddick cooperated with police by helping them round up over 50 teenagers that were at the house. As police walked through the house with Riddick, they saw spots of blood and vomit. Riddick was charged with contributing to the delinquency of minors and maintaining a disorderly house. Daniel Smith, 17, was also charged with contributing to the delinquency of minors. Smith is believed to have planned the party. In addition, officers issued over 40 citations for ‘minor in possession of alcohol.’


DUI


Andrea Mayrant, 26, of Alpharetta, was arrested January 21 on Bethany Bend Road for DUI, disorderly conduct and failure to maintain lane.


Clayton Bazzle, 26, of Atlanta, was arrested January 19 on State Bridge Road for DUI and driving on the wrong side of the road.


Christina Vogt, 24, of Lawrenceville, was arrested January 20 on State Bridge Road for DUI and not having a working tag light.


John Curry, 42, of Atlanta, was arrested January 25 on Holcomb Bridge Road for DUI and failure to maintain lane.


Elevit Ibarez, 31, of Vass, NC, was arrested January 24 on Holcomb Bridge Road for DUI and failure to obey a traffic control device.


Jason Fields, 30, of Atlanta, was arrested January 24 on Holcomb Bridge Road for DUI.


Donna Robertson, 55, of Alpharetta, was arrested January 24 on Highway 9 for DUI, failure to maintain lane and not having tail lights.


Marco Antunez-Magadan, 25, of Atlanta, was arrested January 24 on Holcomb Bridge Road for DUI, having no license and not having headlights on.


R. Berry Jones, 57, of Cumming, was arrested January 23 on Crossville Road for DUI and failure to maintain lane.


Kevin Goehler, 50, of Roswell, was arrested January 23 on Warsaw Road for DUI and failure to obey a traffic control device.


Marcus Fatnik, 35, of Atlanta, was arrested January 23 on South Atlanta Street for DUI and failure to maintain lane.


Roy Frick, 62, of Norcross, was arrested January 22 on South Holcomb Bridge Road for DUI and driving on the wrong side of the road.


Natalie Dotson, 19, of Roswell, was arrested January 22 on Coleman Road for DUI and failure to maintain lane.


Alehandro Rojas Gutierrez, 30, of Roswell, was arrested January 22 on Holcomb Bridge Road for DUI, improper lane change, hit and run and having no license.


Jessica Gandy, 22, of Atlanta, was arrested January 21 on Atlanta Street for DUI and speeding.


Jeffrey Stewart, 27, of Alpharetta, was arrested January 21 on Alpharetta Street for DUI and failure to maintain lane.


John Gizzo, 25, of Alpahretta, was arrested January 19 on Highway 9 for DUI, having an expired tag and failure to maintain lane.


Irael Santana, 33, of Roswell, was arrested January 18 on South Atlanta Street for DUI and speeding.


Rachel Bortz, 28, of Marietta, was arrested January 19 on West Crossville Road for DUI, having an expired tag, disorderly conduct, obstruction of an officer and making terroristic threats.


DRUG ARRESTS


Zachary Cox, 19, of Midlotian, Va., was arrested January 19 on Highway 9 for possession of marijuana and not wearing his seat belt.


Brian Stoltz, 17, of Johns Creek, was arrested January 23 on Findlay Road for possession of marijuana and underage possession of alcohol.


Orlando Strickland, 41, of Alpharetta, was arrested January 24 on Holcomb Bridge Road for possession of cocaine and driving with a suspended license.


Juan Tapia-Hernandez, 30, of Norcross, was arrested January 24 on Raven Circle for possession of cocaine, public drunkenness and possession of a fake ID.


Steven Pearson, 20, of Anderson, SC, was arrested January 24 on Alpharetta Street for possession of marijuana.


Giorgio Caruso, 21, of Roswell, was arrested January 24 on Alpharetta Street for possession of marijuana.


Carlos Fuentes, 28, of Norcross, was arrested January 23 on Mansell Road for possession of cocaine and affray.


Mario Martinez-Villegas, 30, of Roswell, was arrested January 23 on Mansell Road for possession of cocaine and affray.


Timothy McKay, 36, of Roswell, was arrested January 22 on Highway 9 for possession of marijuana.


Govany Alvarez-Sanchez, 27, of Roswell, was arrested January 21 on Holcomb Bridge Road for trafficking crystal meth.


Guillermo Ramps-Virelas, 58, of Roswell, was arrested January 21 on Holcomb Bridge Road for trafficking crystal meth.


Kyle Grogan, 23, of Roswell, was arrested January 21 on Holcomb Bridge Road for possession of marijuana.


Benamin, Truijillo, 26, of Marietta, was arrested January 21 on Warsaw Road for possession of cocaine and being an unlicensed driver.


Cipriano Garcia-Hernandez, 45, of Roswell, was arrested January 20 on Highway 9 for possession of cocaine and driving with a suspended license.


Juan Salgado-Vela, 32, of Roswell, was arrested January 20 on Highway 9 for possession of cocaine.


Jhamal Scott, 21, of Alpharetta, was arrested January 20 on Ashley Court for possession of marijuana.


Anthony Swaldo, 20, of Roswell, was arrested January 19 on Holcomb Bridge Road for possession of marijuana.


Kevin Wade, 34, of Collierville, TN, was arrested January 20 on Old Dogwood Road for possession of ecstasy, possession of marijuana ,possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.


Marty Locke, 42, of Roswell, was arrested January 20 on Old Dogwood Road for possession of ecstasy.


Patrick Morgan, 38, of Roswell, was arrested January 20 on Old Dogwood Road for possession of marijuana.

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