McDONOUGH—The Henry County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for information as to the whereabouts of two wanted men.
Dijon Goodwin Alexander, 25, is wanted on felony aggravated assault related to a Sept. 16, 2018 incident in Conyers. Alexander has the words “New Orleans” tattooed on his left forehead.
Alexander’s lower lip is pierced on the right side. He has several tattoos, including the words “New Orleans,” a cross, a teardrop and other small tattoos on his face; the words “Wisdom” on his chest and “Respect” on his right forearm; clouds on his left forearm; flames on his right forearm; and praying hands and other tattoos on his neck.
William Thomas Armstrong is wanted on felony aggravated stalking and misdemeanor failure to appear on a fingerprintable charge stemming from a Jan. 10, 2018 incident in McDonough.
Armstrong is described as 6-foot-3, 280 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He has numerous tattoos, including a dragon wrapped around his left forearm; a man, woman and the letters “DSGB” on his chest; and the words “Bad News” on his right forearm, “Ruby” on his left wrist and “Laylay” on his right arm.
Anyone with positive information about either Armstrong or Alexander is asked to contact the Henry County Sheriff’s Office at 770-288-7103.