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Gwinnett man indicted on 18 felonies after armed robbery at McDonald’s

Kaleem Tariq-Madyun
Kaleem Tariq-Madyun

Credit: Forsyth County Sheriff's Office

Credit: Forsyth County Sheriff's Office

A Gwinnett County man was indicted on 18 felony charges in connection with an armed robbery at a Forsyth County McDonald’s, where he’s accused of forcing employees into a refrigerated area and stealing money.

Kaleem Tariq-Madyun, 35, of Lawrenceville, was formally charged by a grand jury Feb. 11 for his alleged crimes in October, Forsyth County court records show.

He’s accused of entering the restaurant on Keith Bridge Road in Cumming and taking an undisclosed amount of cash around 5 a.m., previously reported.

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Employees told police that Tariq-Madyun forced them into a “refrigerated area” during the incident. He was arrested later that day in Lawrenceville.

He was indicted on two counts of armed robbery, seven counts of aggravated assault, seven counts of false imprisonment and two counts of possessing a firearm by a convicted felon, court records show.

Tariq-Madyun remains in the Forsyth County Jail.

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