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Third man arrested in PTC burglaries

Peachtree City Police early Wednesday arrested two Atlanta men in connection with three Christmas week residential burglaries. A third Atlanta man was arrested Wednesday afternoon. All three are charged in the three residential burglaries in the Smokerise and Kedron Hills subdivisions.

Kareem Quintez Moreland, 22, Duntavious Rashard Moreland, 20, and Matthew Bryant, 20, were each charged with three counts of burglary in connection with the Smokerise and Kedron Hills break-ins, according to department spokesperson Rosanna Dove.

“The investigation led officers to the (Moreland) residence in Atlanta where several items that had been stolen during the burglaries were located,” Dove said in relation to the Moreland arrests. “In addition, other items that are not currently linked to these burglaries were located within the residence. Both offenders were transported to the Fayette County Jail where they await court appearances.”

Dove also said Bryant was arrested Wednesday afternoon. He is currently being held at the Fulton County Jail on misdemeanor marijuana charges and will be transported to Fayette County.

Dove said detectives are currently investigating all circumstances of the crimes. She also advised that if residents witness anyone checking mailboxes, please write down the vehicle description, tag number, and occupant's descriptions, and then call the Peachtree City Police Department immediately either at 911 or 770-461-4357.

If you have any other information that could assist us in the burglary investigations is asked to call 770-631-2510. If you would like to remain anonymous you can call the Crime and Narcotics Information Hotline at 770-487-6010.



Cyclist's picture

All three of the perps are from......well they're from the wasteland of Atlanta.

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NotAlibtard's picture

Don't be hatin... they are just a couple of Democrats coming to spread the wealth a little bit... those evil wealthy people in Smokerise shouldnt have such a nice house full of stuff. Iam sure Kareem and Dumbtavious are just victims of circumstance... No fault of their own, they were probably disadvantged.. no worries though, im sure they are already back out on the streets. Their vote counts the same as the poeple's houses they were robbing, unless the are convicted of felonies... but even that is about to change if Obama gets his way... more felons=more democrat voters!!! yay!!

Not shocked.

PTC Observer's picture


Keeping us safe in our homes.

I've seen them do great work.

ilockemup's picture

No question law enforcement has continued to do its job. It's what happens when it gets to the DA and the courthouse when the problems start. CID does tons of work on cases and then they end up with little time coming out of it. The criminals' view of Fayette has changed for sure.

Too bad they don't have a good judicial system to back them up. They won't be in jail long. The judges and lawyers who get these guys off with a slap on the wrist ought to incarcerated when the bums get out and commit another crime.
By the way, in reference to the felon who killed the Highway Patrolman last week, whatever happened to the 3 strikes and you're out rule?

....police to arresting them in Atlanta????

I have noticed several compliments to the PTC police for making this arrest, but none indicating how they knew how to arrest them and where?

Was it an informant or were they incarcerated in Atlanta already?

No credit should be taken for someone else's work!

PTC Observer's picture

Rob someone's home in PTC and perhaps you too can find out.

Nice work by the police!

hutch866's picture

Reincarnated for the umpteenth time.

I yam what I yam

If I were this fellow "dollar" and such a spy as you continued a vendetta such as you have against him for saying unliked things, I would start a law suit!
I joined to fight such backroom unnecessary stuff as this after reading back several months!
You remind me of those who never say anything much but watch others closely to prevent their freedom.

I hope I can find this "dollar" fellow as I intend to help him. You apparently know him and report all of his trangressions against your kind.

hutch866's picture

You have to look no further then your closest mirror to find him, go ahead and sue me, please tell me what freedoms I have suppressed. Just like I told sniffles, you can change the name, but unless you change the message, the identity is always obvious.

I yam what I yam

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