DeKalb teens arrested following Conyers vehicle burglary spree

April 20, 20171min6570
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Two teens are in custody after they were located trespassing at Towers High School in DeKalb County on April 11.  They were occupying a vehicle stolen out of Conyers.  The 16-year-old and a 17-year-old also possessed items stolen from more than a dozen vehicles in the Calloway Crossing and Travers Creek neighborhoods in Conyers earlier that morning.

Jontavious Clark, 17, of Decatur was driving a vehicle stolen off of Calloway Loop when he was stopped in Towers High School’s parking lot by DeKalb County School Police.  Three other juveniles, who are not Towers students, were also in the vehicle at the time.

Clark and a DeKalb juvenile have been charged with Theft by Taking – Motor Vehicle and Burglary 2nd Degree for their participation in the multiple thefts in the Conyers neighborhoods that morning.  They are currently in DeKalb custody due to the charges obtained while trespassing on school property and causing a disturbance.

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