Atlanta Police say they’ve found the men responsible for several carjacking incidents in Atlanta.

Police said they were able to connect three convicted felons on probation with the crimes. Police also are investigating whether the men were involved in other unsolved cases.

The most notorious case occurred in Buckhead on May 1 at the intersection of West Wesley and Howell Mill roads, police said. Police said the three men intentionally rear-ended a Buick Enclave and then robbed the victims at gunpoint when they got out of the car to inspect the damage.

Police this month arrested Ronnie Houston, Darius McKenzie and Sedarius Tidwel. According to a press release the men were charged with “multiple counts of hijacking a motor vehicle, armed robbery, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, use of a firearm during commission of a felony, and credit card fraud.”

Police say the men stole and carjacked cars in four different cases beginning on April 21.

The men are currently in the Fulton County Jail while the investigation continues.

Dan Whisenhunt

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