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Lawrenceville Docket Book: February 14

Theft by taking, employee failure to obtain permit and registered sex offender restricted residence are some of the charges Lawrenceville, Ga. residents was charged with. Although they have been charged, they have not been convicted of a crime.

The following arrest information was obtained from the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office’s Docket Book. The following individuals from Lawrenceville, Ga. have been charged with, but not convicted of a crime.

The following Lawrenceville residents were booked into the Gwinnett County Detention Center on February 14, 2013. Those arrested and their charges include:

Aram Paul Johnson, 144 Oak Green Drive, was arrested and charged with theft by taking.

Brent Anthony Jamerson, Apt. 5214 287 E. Crogan Street, was arrested and charged with improper/erratic lane change, new resident -30days to obtain license and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

Meilin Hu, 4340 Sugarloaf Pkwy, was arrested and charged with employee failure to obtain permit.

Feng Zheng, 4340 Sugarloaf Pkwy, was arrested and charged with employee failure to obtain permit.

Juan Manuel Hernandez, 1242 Dowry Dr, was arrested and charged with speeding and driving while license suspended/revoked.

Anthony Sharrod Perry, 1763 Suwanee Valley Rd, was arrested and charged with registered sex offender restricted residence.

Sena Linette Schultz, 611 Veranda Chase Dr, was arrested and charged with failure to pay/child support.

Jose Leopaldo Quintinilla-Salament, 452 Charter Ct, was arrested and charged with battery and criminal trespass.

Keith Edward Miller, 4620 Sugarloaf Pkwy, was arrested and charged with simple battery and terroristic threats & acts.

John E Pinergivens, 900 Legacy Park Dr Apt 2316, was arrested and charged with simple battery and DUI -more than 0.10% blood alcohol.

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