Lawrenceville Docket Book: February 20

Battery, affray and theft by shoplifting are some of the charges Lawrenceville, Ga. residents were arrested on. 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 20, 2013. Those arrested and their charges include:

Anthony Angelo Williams, 2619 Porter Dr, was arrested and charged with driving while license withdrawn.

Thomas John Ray, 744 Marthas Dr, was arrested and charged with not licensed to drive and no license plate.

Reginald Markelle Usher, 2635 Avalon Pl, was arrested and charged with obstruction of officer, affray, cruelty to children-3rd degree and aggravated battery.

Carlos Alberto Gomez-Rivera, 158 Paper Mill Rd Apt 3105, was arrested and charged with speeding / 1st offense / 15-18 over and new resident -30days to obtain license.

Inmer Ely Goday, 984 Sweetwater Cir, was arrested and charged with no drivers license and no license plate.

Nicholas Nelson, 405 Phillip Blvd Apt 814, was arrested and charged with reckless driving.

Oscar Salas-Alvarez, 541 Padens Chase Ct, was arrested and charged with Georgia resident/ no license after 30 days and improper lane change.

Sierra Marcella Hogan, 1000 University Center Ln, was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting.

Pedro Hernandez-Santiago, 2441 Cedar Dr, was arrested and charged with giving false name or information.

William Gaither Lineberger, 675 Trellis Pond Ct, was arrested and charged with cruelty to children-3rd degree and battery.

Francisco Javier Moyao-Gatica, 645 Amelia Grove Ln, was arrested and charged with new resident -30days to obtain license and tag light required.

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