STREET CRIMINAL WATCH 9/24/13
Armaine Britt, among the most aggressive and persistent among the trans prostitute gang, was recently sent back to prison. We received information that he was on felony probation in another jurisdiction. He generated some cases here despite being on probation. We notified his probation office with the facts of the case, and that triggered a probation revocation hearing in Cobb County. He is now serving the rest of that probation in prison, and we will monitor his status and vigorously oppose any proposed parole dates. His prison sentence maxes out in late 2015. Prison mugshot, head shaved and all, at the website version of this post.
Nakia Graham has been the subject of police reports in the neighborhood for menacing conduct and stalking area women. Our community prosecutor sent us word that he has been indicted on two separate cases of aggravated stalking, and warrants have been put out for him. He remains at large, and is seen around the neighborhood frequently. He is known to camp at vacant properties and sleep in portable toilets. He was previously in prison for aggravated assault when he attacked someone with a brick. We therefore urge caution when approaching any portable toilet until he is securely in jail.
Amanda Davis was released from prison in Indiana, and eventually came back to Atlanta. She has been hanging around the Ponce & Boulevard area, and has been seen walking around the residential area. Amanda came under our radar several years ago as a chronic prostitute, and it took a warrant to get her to leave town. That warrant expired during the course of her incarceration, and now we've got her on our hands again...
Andrew Arnett maxed out of prison earlier this month on a sentence for burglary in Gwinnett County. But we received the good news that he still has an old case here in Fulton County, and the Department of Corrections turned him over to Fulton authorities rather than release him onto the street. He remains in the Fulton County jail as of this writing, and fingers crossed that he will be sent back to prison. This would yield some more time that we would not have to worry about his criminal activity.
Tiffy remains a chronic nuisance issue for residents and businesses in the southwest portion of the service area. Tiffany Hendricks chronically loiters at businesses and residential properties in that area. He has been booked into the Fulton County jail 48 times on mostly petty offenses. This figure does not count his city jail bookings - those would be in addition. He comes back to our service area every time he is released from jail. Since most of his arrests are petty offenses, devising a plan to get rid of him will be a challenge.
Stan Spradlin is back in jail where he belongs. Zone six arrested him on a burglary charge for a case in Virginia Highland. Police had been working to locate him when someone reported a suspicious person. Spradlin was going door-to-door looking for work in the VaHi area. With the help of some VaHi residents they were working to lure him back with promises of more work. Before they had a chance to implement the plan, Spradlin generated an unrelated suspicious person call, and was apprehended. Kudos to some folks in Virginia Highland. Though he is not suspected in any Midtown burglaries as far as we know, he often hangs out among the drug culture at Ponce & Boulevard.
- Mugshots of these criminals: http://www.midtownponce.org/p4860.html