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Money dispute leads to a slew of charges

Antonio  Herron

Antonio Herron

RIVERDALE — A man told police he was only trying to get his money back, when he pointed a gun at his victim.

Riverdale Police arrested Antonio Crishawn Herron and charged him with armed robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, battery, criminal trespassing, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of a firearm by a felon, pointing a pistol at another, commission of crime felon with firearm terroristic threats and acts.

Riverdale Police officer, M.R. Tarrant took Herron, 22, into custody Sunday, the same day of his alleged crimes.

The officer said Herron threatened to cause damage to her home and car. Then he went to the apartment and attempted to force his way inside “while brandishing a .25 caliber handgun,” according to the warrantless arrest probable cause affidavit.

Police said Herron had been warned not to come over to the apartment.

Herron, a convicted felon, went to his victim’s apartment and when the door was opened he pointed the gun in the victim’s face. He grabbed her face and pushed her down to the floor.

“[He] stated he was just trying to get his money back,” Tarrant added, in the affidavit.

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OscarKnight 1 year, 6 months ago

....Quote : " charged him with armed robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, battery, criminal trespassing, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, possession of a firearm by a felon, pointing a pistol at another, commission of crime felon with firearm terroristic threats and acts".

.....I wonder how many convicted felons with firearms, there are, in Clayton County ?.

....if there is just one, that's one too many.

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Robert 1 year, 6 months ago

Do you want to include some of Victor HIll's former deputies that were allowed to carry firearms in those numbers ?

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OscarKnight 1 year, 6 months ago

.....Victor's "Former Deputies".........The catch word is "Former"...and Loyal Friend........Another Word is "Continued".........."To".........."Be"......."So".

.......The "Blue Line" is where we have a problem, with our Second Amendment, in Clayton County. Don't be fooled by only one example. Crime is very profitable in this county, and equates to job security for Law Enforcement, The County Court System, Criminal Attorneys, Security Companies, and those like Victor Hill.

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OscarKnight 1 year, 6 months ago

.........Victor Hill's Pay Raise :

...The former Sheriff , Stanley Tuggle, had a $86,000-a-year post.

....Some of Our Legislators, from Clayton County, thought that it would be the right thing to do in giving Victor Hill a pay raise, in the aftermath of his fiasco on the"Snipers on the Roof Top" incident.

........House Bill 704

......By: Representatives Darryl Jordan of the 77th, Heckstall of the 62nd, Celeste Johnson of the 75th, Georganna Sinkfield of the 60th, and Roberta Abdul-Salaam of the 74th

(( "The sheriff of Clayton County shall receive a total annual salary of $122,200.00 including any supplements and additional compensation for services which are paid pursuant to state law or county ordinance, which are being received on March 15, 2007, and which are paid from the funds of Clayton County. This shall not prohibit the governing authority of Clayton County from increasing the amount of any supplement or compensation for additional duties which the governing authority may lawfully pay to the sheriff on or after July 1, 2007." ))

http://www.legis.state.ga.us/legis/2007_08/fulltext/hb704.htm

......The Snipers on the Roof took place on Victor Hill's first day as The Clayton County Sheriff, in JANUARY 2005. For that incident, some of our Representatives still thought that he deserved a increase in pay.I may be wrong about this, but, this still puzzles me.

......Would anyone Please Care Enough, to begin sorting this puzzle out ?

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OscarKnight 1 year, 6 months ago

......Riddle Me with this Puzzle ?

......Has a Mob of Corruption invaded the borders of our County Government ?

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