Atlanta police arrested two males caught in a Tesla Mannequin 3 accused of stealing folks’s Amazon packages.
On Oct. 24, at 6:30 a.m., police responded to a 911 name reporting a housebreaking at a enterprise on the 900 block of Huff Highway.
A caller instructed police that two males have been stealing packages from the property and loading them right into a crimson Tesla.
Two males matching the caller’s descriptions have been discovered within the Tesla sporting gloves, police mentioned.
Police later recognized the 2 males as 39-year-old Larry Byer and 38-year-old Don’ “El Leon” Hammonds.
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The boys have been detained, and through a search of the automobile, officers recovered marijuana, meth, a firearm and reportedly stolen Amazon packing containers with totally different names and addresses on them.
Police additionally recovered a number of bank cards and I.D. playing cards with totally different names on them, however none belonged to the 2 males.
Byer is charged with 9 counts of theft by receiving stolen mail, possession of crystal meth, possession of marijuana, possession of instruments for the fee of against the law, and housebreaking.
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Hammonds is charged with 9 counts of theft by receiving stolen mail, possession of a firearm throughout the fee of a felony, possession of marijuana, possession of instruments for the fee of against the law, and housebreaking.
Each males have been transported to the Fulton County Jail. Police say they returned the packages to their rightful house owners.
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“Some say we should always ‘by no means choose a e-book by its cowl’; we are saying, ‘by no means choose a thief by the automotive they drive,’” a spokesperson for the Atlanta Police Division wrote in a Fb publish.