Two minors and nine men were arrested in Spalding County a week ago for various charges including gang street terrorism. The arrests were made after local sheriff’s deputies located bullet riddled vehicles used in a recent shootout and
discovered drugs and weapons in them.
On February 20, police responded to the Amberwood subdivision following reports of gunshots in the area. Upon arrival, witnesses described the vehicles involved in the shooting.
All of the suspects were charged with street gang terrorism and aggravated assault. Those arrested included 17 year-olds Khari Miller, Decorius Williams, and Jotavious. Darryl Smith, 21, and Robert Harps, 20, of the Southside Gang were also arrested.
The remaining suspects, Deontvious Dewberry, 18; Tobias Keyundra Parker, 17; Shonderrick Jamall Williams, 23; Anthony Lamar Parks 19; and the two juveniles were charged with aggravated assault, street gang terrorism, marijuana possession, and marijuana possession with intent to distribute.