Margaritas and M-16s, Jail House Graffiti and Home Invasion Arrests
A look at top Patch stories from around Georgia.
Gun Store, Restaurant Deal Puts M-16, Margarita In Customer's Hands – Canton-Sixes Patch
State Rep. Sean Jerguson (R-Holly Springs) is partnering with a Holly Springs Mexican restaurant to offer a deal that involves an outing at his gun store, appetizers and margaritas.
Gang Member Allegedly 'Tags' Jail Cell – Cartersville Patch
A known gang member now in state prison and wanted by Bartow County authorities is accused of "tagging" his Cartersville jail cell.
Justin Lee Clark, 23, of Acworth, a known member of Hall Street's Insane Gangster Disciples, had been assigned to a room in the Bartow County jail in which a "large amount of graffiti" was found covering the back of the door, according to a Bartow County Sheriff's Office incident report.
More Arrests Made in Home Invasion – Cumming Patch
Two more suspects wanted in a Cumming home invasion last week have been arrested, authorities said.
Both men, who are from Cumming, were picked up earlier today [Monday]. A third suspect, Shaeem McLaren, 20, also of Cumming, was arrested last week. All three have been charged with armed robbery, theft by taking, and burglary in the first degree.
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