As of Thursday, November 10, 2011
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Clayton News Daily
A Stockbridge man sought by police on multiple felonies was arrested Wednesday at an Atlanta bus terminal, said a Clayton County Sheriff's spokesman.
Ronnie Hope Shin, 34, is being held in the Clayton County Jail. A Clayton magistrate set $10,000 bond on three charges, but denied bond on a count of aggravated assault.
Sheriff's Lt. Brian Crisp said Shin was arrested at the Greyhound Bus station on Forsyth Street in Atlanta. Shin was wanted on charges stemming from a Nov. 2 incident involving his girlfriend, Iris Casiano, he said.
Crisp said warrants allege that Shin pulled a knife on Casiano and threatened to kill her. While standing over her with a knife, Shin allegedly stole $2,300 in cash from Casiano.
Georgia Department of Corrections records show that Shin served two years of a six-year sentence for a conviction in DeKalb County. Shin's charges included aggravated assault and cruelty to children.
–– Kathy Jefcoats