Two guns and suspected drugs were among some of the items found after four people in a stolen car were arrested, DeKalb County police said.
Police said they noticed a car speeding at the intersection of Chamblee Tucker Road and Tucker Norcross Road about 3 a.m. Wednesday. When the suspects made a sharp left turn into a parking lot after the officer got behind them, they were pulled over, according to the police report.
After backup was called to the scene, authorities were able to confirm the car was stolen out of Doraville, the report said.
Inside the car were Joshua Terrell, Shell Garrett, Jose Moreno and Rodrigo Ruiz.
During their arrests, police found two guns, four folding knives, several shotgun magazines, two bags of suspected drugs and four cellphones, the report said.
Along with the guns and ammunition, police said when they searched Ruiz they also found multiple bank cards and an ID that are suspected to be stolen.
All of the suspects were booked into the DeKalb County jail and face charges of theft by receiving stolen property/motor vehicle and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Additionally, Garrett was wanted on a shoplifting charge out of Snellville, the report said.
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