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Lawrenceville Docket Book: November 4

Reckless driving, DUI-child endangerment and possession of marijuana are some of the charges Lawrenceville 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 November 4, 2012. Those arrested and their charges include:

Jimmy Jiminian, 1490 Howard Way, was arrested and charged with VGCSA less than an ounce and DUI drugs.

Joel Arenas Lazalde, 699 Sherwood Drive, was arrested and charged with improper lane change, DUI-child endangerment, no drivers license and DUI-alcohol.

Allen Deshawn Simpson, 158 Papermill Road, Apt #7101, was arrested and charged with failure to maintain insurance, failure to have license on person,
reckless driving,
 no license plate, 
expired or no license plate or decal
 and simple assault.

Zachary Glenn Westbrook, 41 Gates Mill Dr, was arrested and charged with DUI-more than 0.10%blood alcohol and improper/erratic lane change.

Amira Logan, 1375 Sever Woods Drive, was arrested and charged with DUI-alcohol and failure to maintain insurance.

Juan Pablo Fraga-Espinoza, 4 Ramblewood Dr, was arrested and charged with possession of open alcohol container and DUI - drugs/alcohol.

Durwin Olinza Matthews, 3225 Tennington Place, was arrested and charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

Jeffery Rayvon Thompson, 2917 Windy Hill Pt, was arrested and charged with theft by taking.

Changrack Choi, 770 Lendl Ln, was arrested and charged with marijuana possession.

Valeria Robledo-Rodriguez, 542 Pine Hill Cir, was arrested and charged with VGCSA less than one ounce.

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