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Battery, VGCSA and Aggravated Stalking in Gwinnett's Loganville/Grayson Jail Docket

The following Loganville and Grayson residents were booked into the Gwinnett County Detention Center between Sept. 23 and 25.

The following Loganville or Grayson residents were booked into the Gwinnett Detention Center during the period Sept. 23 - 25. The information comes from the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department Docket Book. These individuals have been charged with, but not convicted of, the crimes listed.

Sept. 23

  • Jamal Godfrey Williams, of 2060 Alexander Crossing, Loganville, was charged with violation of the controlled substance act – possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
  • Kevana Samoy Shante Whitelow, of 338 Sweet Ashley Way, Loganville, was held for another agency.
  • Darryl Lynn Thompson, of 4553 Grove Lake St., Loganville, was charged with battery and 3rd degree cruelty to children.
  • Kimyoun Marie Manns, of 1965 Pinella Drive, Grayson, was charged with simple battery.
  • Anita Chibogwu Aghadiuno, of 2741 Stoney Place Court, Grayson, was charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer, fighting words, less than an ounce of marijuana, simple battery and was held for immigration.

Sept. 24

  • Rondarius Kion Mark, of 1916 Hidden Fork Lane, Loganville, was charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.
  • Monique Kadia Jones Williams, of 3558 Park Hill Circle, Loganville, was charged with theft by shoplifting and violation of probation.
  • Nicholas Chad Harrison, of 2755 Milton Bryan Drive, Loganville,  was charged with aggravated stalking.
  • John Jacob Parker, of 625 Bay Grove Road, Loganville, was held for another agency.

Sept. 25

  • Stacy Gene Guy, of 879 Kathleen Lane, Loganville, was charged with entering an auto and theft by taking.
  • Michael Dennis Myers, of 655 Tribble Creek Drive, Grayson, was charged with violation of probation.

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