Dunwoody Police have busted up a crew who are charged with a series of car break-ins throughout the city.
Ten people are charged with 26 felony counts of entering automobiles.
“These charges are related to car break-ins within the city of Dunwoody since the beginning of January 2016,” said Sgt. Aaron Belt in a statement released July 19.
Emmuel Smith, 30, and Charles Willingham, 53, have each been charged with two counts of entering automobile.
James Bailey, 32, has been charged with one count of entering automobile. Four juvenile males have been charged with a total of nine counts of entering automobile related to separate incidents within the city, Belt said.
Ricardo Watts, 29, has been charged with 10 counts of entering automobile. Watts Watts is accused of entering several parked vehicles at various swim and tennis clubs throughout Dunwoody over the course of the last two months, Belt said.
Watts was arrested on June 27 by the Cobb County Police Department for entering automobile charges in their jurisdiction and is currently in custody at the Cobb County Jail.
Dunwoody Police detectives are currently looking for two associates of Watts. Both have been charged related to vehicles that were entered following the arrest of Watts in Cobb County.
Michelle Crawford, 25, and Iris Watts, 30, have active warrants charging entering automobile and financial transaction card theft. Iris Watts and Crawford are believed to be driving a black 2005 Buick LeSabre.
Anybody with information regarding the whereabouts of Iris Watts or Michelle Crawford is asked to contact Detective J. Maldonado at 678-382-6914 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
People can also submit anonymous tips to www.dunwoodypolice.com or text C-R-I-M-E-S (274-637) use the key word DPDTIPS at the start of your message.