McDONOUGH — Henry County Sheriff’s Deputies apprehended 10 felons during a recent fugitive sweep.
The high-profile felons were wanted for various crimes, including false imprisonment, first-degree forgery, possession of cocaine, armed robbery and several variations of high value thefts, according to officials.
“This was a well-coordinated and tightly controlled operation sweeping all across Henry County,” said Henry County Sheriff Keith McBrayer. “We don’t take these operations lightly. The safety of the public, our deputies and the fugitives and their families are a critical part of our planning when considering when and where to stage our activities.”
Authorities said the fugitive sweep was conducted July 28, by deputies from the Henry County Sheriff’s Warrant and the Fugitive Units.
“The accumulation of intelligence cultivated from leads acquired on the street help us to close in and capture wanted persons,” said Henry County Sheriff Chief Deputy David Foster. “We consider the information gathered during these operations to be very useful.”
One of the priority suspects arrested was Keyun Rashad Partee, who was wanted by McDonough Police Department for two counts of armed robbery, and two counts of false imprisonment.
The other suspects arrested by deputies were William Thomas Barnes, who was charged with giving a false name and obstruction of an officer. Jamal Broadie was arrested and charged with battery, criminal trespass and failure to appear.
Chandler Nicole Ellenburg was arrested and charged with theft by receiving stolen property. Ronald Wilson was arrested and charged with violation of probation. Christopher Berry was arrested and charged with theft by taking. Cedric Embry was arrested and charged with forgery and a felony probation violation. David Aden Livingston was arrested and charged with felony probation violation. Eric Doyle Garcia was arrested and charged with felony theft by conversion.
The 10th suspect is a juvenile male.