Sheriff's unit arrests fugitive on felony charges

A Peachtree City man out on bond in a felony case filed in Clayton County Superior Court in April was picked up Monday on new charges, said a sheriff's spokesman.

Members of the Clayton Sheriff's Fugitive Unit, assisted by the Fayette Sheriff's Office and Peachtree City Police Department, arrested William Daniel Moseley, 40, said Clayton sheriff's Lt. Brian Crisp. Moseley was taken into custody at Line Creek Nature Preserve in Peachtree City, he said.

Moseley was wanted on aggravated assault and entering auto charges stemming from an incident reported Sept. 14 at the Shell Station on Old Dixie Highway in Forest Park, said Crisp. He is being held without bond in the Clayton County Jail.

According to court records, Moseley pleaded not guilty Sept. 6 in Clayton Superior Court to drug charges and giving false information to a police officer in connection with a case filed against him in April.

Georgia Department of Corrections records show Moseley served two terms in a state prison, in 2001 and in 1991, for possessing firearms while a convicted felon.

-- Kathy Jefcoats