Nine men and two minors have been arrested for street gang terrorism in Spalding County, Georgia after vehicles used in a shoot-out were located by sheriff’s deputies, reports the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Shots rang out in the Amberwood subdivision on February 20 and when Spalding County deputies responded, witnesses gave them descriptions of the vehicles. According to Sheriff Wendell Beam, bullet holes riddled the vehicles and drugs and weapons were also found, reports the AJC.
Under a new law that targets known gang members, all suspects were charged with street gang terrorism and aggravated assault. They are: Khari Miller, 17; Decorius Williams, 17; Jotavious Brownlee, 17; Darryl Smith, 21; and Robert Harps, 20, of the Southside Gang.
The other six suspects, Deontvious Dewberry, 18; Tobias Keyundra Parker, 17; Shonderrick Jamall Williams, 23; Anthony Lamar Parks 19; and the two juveniles were charged with aggravated assault, street gang terrorism, marijuana possession, and marijuana possession with intent to distribute.