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Detectives make ID fraud, burglary arrests

A Fayetteville man was arrested July 14 for burglarizing three homes in south Fayette County, according to detectives from the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office.

Aaron Micah Goodline, 23, is accused of stealing property that belonged to the victims. Goodline cooperated with investigators to return the stolen property, detectives said.
Goodline is charged with three counts of burglary. The burglaries occurred between June 10 and July 14, officials said.

Detectives also have arrested a Fayetteville man in connection with an identity theft case. Joshua Waldrep, 20, was arrested July 2 for two counts of financial transaction card fraud and one count of financial transaction card theft.

Waldrep is accused of stealing the victim’s credit card and fraudulently using it at several locations in Fayetteville, Jonesboro and Fairburn on June 24 and 25, detectives said.

Sheriff’s investigators also have arrested two Fayetteville teens in connection with damage made to picnic tables in the Jeff Davis Plantation subdivision. June 29.

Jonathan Garrett Puckett, 17, was charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer for misleading investigators while he was interviewed about the incident. William Bradford Mullins, 17, was charged with criminal trespassing for putting graffiti on the picnic tables in a park in the subdivision.

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