Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Junior Monkey-Man Arrested In Gwinnett Crime Spree

Stone Mountain, GA
A young Stone Mountain negro has been arrested and is a suspect in a recent rash of crimes in Gwinnett County. Late yesterday Gwinnett police announced they had arrested the negro, 17 year old Darrian Bryant and charged him in 7 of 12 burglaries that occurred in a Stone Mountain neighborhood over the past three months.

Bryant, who is a resident of East Parke subdivision, the neighborhood in which these crimes occurred, is also a suspect in three violent crimes occurring in the same subdivision. These include the rape of a 15 year old girl as well as the violent beatings of two other women. Earlier today a judge in Gwinnett County denied bail for the young negro criminal.

The rape of a 15-year-old girl has had a Gwinnett County neighborhood on-edge. Members of the community met with police on Tuesday night, looking for answers and solutions.

Hundreds of people showed up to the meeting, saying they were not afraid to fight back.

More than 400 people packed the Mountain Park Elementary School cafeteria to get the latest on the police crackdown in the East Parke subdivision.

"What's sitting here is certainly every bit as valuable as any alarm system," said Gwinnett County Police Chief Charlie Waters.

Waters and others detailed a massive operation to respond to the surge in violence and crime. They also announced results -- the arrest of 17-year-old Darrian Bryant, charged with seven counts of burglary in the neighborhood. He also lives in the East Parke subdivision.

A string of 12 burglaries and three attacks over the last few months has neighbors on edge.

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