A look at the Atlanta fugitives wanted by the FBI

The FBI Atlanta Field Office regularly sends out updates about criminal suspects law enforcement agencies are searching for.

These suspects are wanted for offenses like murder, rape, armed robbery and aggravated assault.

The FBI asks any member of the public who may have information about the suspects to contact Crime Stoppers Atlanta at (404) 577-TIPS (8477).

This list will be updated periodically.

MORE: See Atlanta Police Department’s ‘most wanted’ list

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Unidentified armed robbers

Charges: armed robbery

Description: The FBI Atlanta field office did not provide a description of the suspects.

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The FBI is asking for the public’s help in identifying an armed robbery crew of at least two men who are wanted in connection with a string of business robberies around the Atlanta area, including three bank robberies.

FBI Atlanta spokesman Kevin Rowson said the men are suspected in at least 18 business robberies since Feb. 14 in DeKalb, Rockdale, Gwinnett and Newton counties. Rowson said a handgun was used in all of the robberies except the three bank robberies. In those, a demand note was used instead of a weapon.

 The crimes attributed to the robbery crew include: 

  • A Feb. 14 robbery of a Sun Trust Bank on Rockbridge Road in Stone Mountain
  •  A Feb. 20 armed robbery of a Sam’s Mart on Old Salem Road in Conyers
  •  A Feb. 28 armed robbery of a Sam’s Mart on Georgia Highway 138 in Conyers
  •  A Feb. 28 armed robbery of a Waffle House on Wesley Chapel Road in Decatur
  •  A March 1 armed robbery of a Waffle House on Covington Highway in Decatur
  • A March 1 armed robbery Waffle House on Columbia Drive in Decatur
  • A March 2 armed robbery of a Family Dollar on Panola Road in Lithonia
  • A March 5 armed robbery of an Exxon gas station on U.S. Highway 278 in Covington
  • A March 6 armed robbery of a Waffle House on Sigman Road in Conyers, GA
  • A March 10 armed robbery of an Exxon gas station on U.S. Highway 278 in Covington
  • A March 12 armed robbery of a Waffle House on Flat Shoals Road in Conyers
  • A March 14 armed robbery of an Exxon gas station on Perimeter Center East in Dunwoody
  • A March 14 robbery of a Regions Bank on LaVista Road in Tucker
  • A March 16 robbery of a Shell gas station on Stone Mountain Highway in Stone Mountain
  • A March 16 armed robbery of a Waffle House on East College Avenue in Avondale
  • A March 19 armed robbery of a shell gas station on West Avenue in Conyers
  • A March 27 armed robbery of a Dollar General on Glenwood Road in Decatur
  • A March 29 robbery of a Sun Trust Bank on Pleasant Hill Road in Duluth

 Sryanard Watson

Watson is wanted for felony murder in connection with the shooting death of Ferrell “Ensayne Wayne” Miles, the brother of an Atlanta music producer. (FBI Atlanta.)

Charges: felony murder

Description: Watson is a 27-year-old black male. He is about 5-foot-6 and 160 pounds.

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Watson is wanted in connection with the Feb. 10 shooting death of Ferrell Miles, 48, also known by his stage name “Ensayne Wayne.” Miles was the older brother of Atlanta-based music producer Christopher James Gholson, also known as “Drumma Boy.”

Atlanta police said Watson got into an argument with Miles outside the House of Fresh clothing store on the 1700 block of Howell Mill Road. Watson allegedly shot the Miles several times, killing him, before fleeing in a black sedan.

Police said Watson should be considered armed and dangerous.

Jerrontae Cain

Jerrontae Cain, 38, is wanted on multiple assault charges in connection with an attack on his girlfriend, authorities said. (FBI Atlanta)

Charges: aggravated assault, aggravated battery and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon

Description: Cain is a 38-year-old black male. He is about 5-foot-10 and 210 pounds.

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Cain is wanted on multiple assault charges in connection with an attack on his girlfriend, FBI officials said.

Atlanta police said Cain’s 41-year-old girlfriend went to Atlanta Medical Center complaining of head pain last June, and doctors found a bullet lodged in the back of her skull. Police determined she was shot in an altercation with Cain two months earlier outside her home on Godfrey Drive in Atlanta, although the victim didn’t remember being shot.

Cain previously was charged with sexual battery and aggravated child molestation. In 2009, he was convicted and sentenced to probation. He is listed on Georgia’s sex offender registry.

Unidentified robbers

Charges: Armed robbery

Description: Three men have been involved in a string of armed robberies around metro Atlanta. Officials said one man wore a black skull cap with a red scarf covering his face. He also wore a brown plaid jacket and black pants. Another man wore a black mask, a black hoodie with the words “Been Broke Before,” and red sweat pants. The third man was wearing a black fitted cap, a hoodie, gray pants with rips and black and white shoes.

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Between Jan. 8 and Jan. 23, an armed robbery crew of as many as three men held employees of several businesses at gunpoint, beat them, forced them to the ground and fired shots at them, FBI Atlanta spokesman Kevin Rowson said in a statement. 

Rowson said there have been as many as three men involved in the armed robberies. In at least one of the robberies, a woman accompanied the men. However, it was not clear how she was involved.

The crimes attributed to the robbery crew include:

  • A Jan. 8 armed robbery at a Family Dollar located on Roosevelt Highway in Union City. 
  • A Jan. 12 armed robbery at a Family Dollar on Flat Shoals Road in Union City. 
  • A Jan. 14 armed robbery at a Family Dollar on West Avenue in Conyers.
  • A Jan. 18 armed robbery at a Waffle House on DeKalb Industrial Way in Decatur. FBI officials said a second armed robbery was committed that day at another location on Lavista Road in Tucker. 
  • A Jan. 19 armed robbery at a Family Dollar on Washington Road in East Point. 
  • A Jan. 23 armed robbery at a CVS Pharmacy on Peachtree Boulevard in Chamblee.
  • A Jan. 23 armed robbery at a Walgreens on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs.

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