He drove a 2007 Jaguar XK stolen, from South Carolina, to Cornerstone Preparatory Academy off Hickory Grove Road, where he allegedly pried open a school shuttle bus and stole two lawn chairs along with a first aid kit.
As previously reported, Martin backed the Jaguar into a power box in the 4200 block of Arbor View Parkway, shutting down the neighborhood's power.
He then apparently drove over to Rockstone Way, where he is accused of carjacking a 2012 Chevrolet Camaro with a Stevens Model 62 shotgun that had a barrel sawed down to about a foot and the stock cut so the shotgun was only a pistol grip, according to the warrant.
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He was convicted in South Carolina in 2011 of burglary, which is why police say he shouldn’t have had a gun.
While fleeing a traffic stop after the carjacking, cops said, he ran into a Cobb police car. He was found with a glass pipe that had methamphetamine residue on it, according to the warrant.
Records from the Georgia Department of Corrections indicate he has been previously convicted of sexual battery out of Cherokee County and possessing meth in Gwinnett County.
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