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Forsyth County, Georgia — On Saturday, August 6th 2022 Dawson County Sheriff’s Office issued a Be On The Look Out for a silver Ford Focus missing a front bumper and had a paper tag with 4 females inside. They had just shoplifted from the Outlet stores and were heading south on GA400. One of Crime Reduction Unit deputies spotted a Ford Fusion driving erratically on GA400 south and with a paper tag and had 4 female occupants. After following the vehicle, the deputy initiated a traffic stop based on the reckless driving and the BOLO information provided by Dawson County. The car stopped on the side of GA400, and the deputy used his PA to give commands for the driver to exit the car. Instead, the car fled. After a brief chase, the deputy performed a Precision Immobilization Technique (PIT).
The occupants of the vehicle complied with deputies’ commands and were taken into custody. They were identified as 27-year-old Brenaldia Stephens of Atlanta, 20-year-old Deshauna Herd of Atlanta, 21-year-old Jasmine Canty of Conyers and 23-year-old Marquita Thomas of Atlanta. A search of Thomas’ purse revealed she had $700 in fake U.S. currency. Deputies also learned that Canty had a warrant out of Gwinnett County for hijacking a motor vehicle. Dawson County took custody of Canty and Heard, and Stephens and Thomas were taken to the Forsyth County jail. Brenaldia Stephens was charged with Reckless Driving, Fleeing or Attempting to Elude and Possession of Marijuana. She is being held on $8,915 bond. Marquita Thomas was charged with Forgery 2nd degree and is held on $4,420 bond.
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