McDONOUGH — Two fugitives from the Henry County Sheriff’s Office made the Most Wanted List for the aggravated nature of the charges against them.
Dijon Goodwin Alexander, 25, is wanted on felony aggravated assault charges stemming from a Sept. 16, 2018 incident in Conyers.
Alexander is 5 feet, 5 inches tall and 150 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. His lower lip is pierced on the right side. Alexander has several tattoos, including the words “New Orleans” on his face, an image of praying hands on his neck, the word “Wisdom” on his chest, clouds on his left forearm and flames and the word “Respect” on his right forearm. Alexander’s mugshot also shows a cross on his right cheek, a teardrop under his right eye, and other small tattoos on his face.
William Thomas Armstrong, 39, is wanted on felony aggravated stalking and misdemeanor failure to appear charges related to a Jan. 10, 2018 incident in McDonough.
Armstrong is described as 6 feet, 3 inches tall, weighing 280 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. He has several tattoos on his calf, back, chest, hands, and arms. In particular, he has a dragon wrapped around his entire left arm and his chest bears the letters “DSGB” with a picture of a woman on one side and a man on the other. His right forearm bears the phrase “Bad News.” His right arm is tattooed with the name “Laylay” and his left wrist with “Ruby.”
Anyone with positive information about either suspect is asked to call 911 or the Henry County Sheriff’s Office at 770-288-7103.