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Lawrenceville Docket: Trafficking Cocaine and DUI

The following arrest information was obtained from the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office 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 10. Those arrested and their charges include:

Samuel Lee Craig, 760 Meadow Walk Avenue, was arrested and charged with VGCSA possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, five counts of VGCSA of C/S, trafficking cocaine, marijuana, etc. and possession and use of drug related.

Trinisa Shanette Murphy, 3250 Sweetwater Road, was arrested and charged with obstruction of law enforcement officer.

Anthony Brian Williams, 1727 Quail Run, was arrested and charged with speeding/first offense/15-18 over and DUI-alcohol.

Jervon Ronnell Sloan, 3826 Jackson Shoals Court, was arrested and charged with marijuana possession, license:driving while unlicensed or expired and improper lane change.

Derell Leryan Bentley, 759 Teal Court, was arrested and charged with theft by shoplifting.

Jose Luis Vasquez-Deras, 525 Saint James Court, was arrested and charged with GA resident/no license after 30 days, speeding 11-15 over and hold for other agency.

Tyrone Davis Jeffries, 507 Bridge Way, was arrested and charged with VGCSA possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, expired or no license plate or decal and VGCSA intent to distribute C/S.

Devin Canard McClendon, 2889 Porter Drive, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

Jiovanni Cesar Rios, 1570 Watson Ridge Trail, was arrested and charged with driving while license withdrawn.

Richard Wyndol Hadfield, 458 Creek View Drive, was arrested and charged with DUI-drugs/alcohol.

Victor James O'Kelley, 3225 Lincoln Place, was arrested and charged with improper passing emergency/towing/highway VE and DUI-alcohol.

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