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Lawrenceville Docket Book: October 29

DUI, battery and disorderly conduct are just 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 October 29, 2012. Those arrested and their charges include:

Deonte Jamal Brantley, 270 Paris Drive, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass, battery and participating in gang activity.

Arnulfo Mendoza-Solorzano, 745 Emerald Dr, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

Antonio Jamiel Ashford, 1076 Piper Place, was arrested and charged with driver’s license to be exhibited on demand, reckless driving, speeding and improper/erratic lane change.

Vincent James Skelley, 990 Hillary Lane, was arrested and charged with DUI-alcohol.

Mario Alberto Castellanos, 854 Terrace Trace, was arrested and charged with DUI - drugs/alcohol.

Darryl Leroy Mashore, 65 Dogwood Park Trce, was arrested and charged with DUI - drugs/alcohol.

Barry John Jones, 515 Seneca Drive, was arrested and charged with failure to maintain insurance, driving while license suspended/revoked and operating vehicle with suspended/cancelled/revoked registration.

Robert Paul Murray, 867 New England Court, was arrested and charged with theft by taking.

Ryan Jacob Kronenberg, 1651 Recess Cove, was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting.

Ayres Petu Trotmon, 673 Effie Dr, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass, theft by taking, expired or no license plate or decal, improper name and address and improper parking.

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