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Man charged with selling fake Viagra

JONESBORO — A former real estate agent has been indicted on a racketeering charge for allegedly selling counterfeit drugs to a Morrow police officer.

Stanley Mitchell Belk was indicted on the single RICO charge in connection with the alleged April 2010 posting of fake Viagra for sale on craigslist.com.

The indictment alleges that Belk sent a text to Morrow police Officer Phillip Brooks about selling him Viagra. That same day, Belk allegedly took money from Brooks in exchange for the fake medication.

Online state records show Belk was a registered real estate agent from 1996 until 2008 when he failed to renew his license.

Franklin Lee Roundtree Jr., 31, is being held in the Clayton County Jail without bond in connection with multiple allegations. Roundtree was indicted on charges of aggravated stalking, kidnapping and two counts of cruelty to children in the third degree.

Prosecutors allege Roundtree pulled a woman from her vehicle on Feb. 24 and kidnapped her in front of two children.

Jarred P. Dunning was indicted for criminal damage to property in the second degree. Prosecutors allege he damaged more than $500 in medical equipment at Southern Regional Medical Center on Feb. 1.