Crime Stoppers Greater Atlanta is a community-based nonprofit aiming to fight crime. Anyone with information about a crime can pass it to police through Crime Stoppers. It partners with law enforcement, the media and community groups. Call 404-577-TIPS (8477), text CRIMES or go online at If your tip helps solve a case, it could mean up to $2,000 in reward money.

See Atlanta Police Department’s ‘most wanted’ list 

Atlanta Police Department’s “Most Wanted” list includes alleged criminals wanted for offenses such as murder, aggravated assault and armed robbery. 

APD asks the public to alert police if they know the whereabouts of anyone on the list. Crime Stoppers Atlanta can be reached at 404-577-8477, and the Atlanta Police Department Fugitive Unit can be reached at 404-546-4220.

At this point, the charges are allegations by law enforcement.

This article will be updated periodically. 

See Atlanta Police Department’s list of cold homicide cases

See Fulton County’s ‘most wanted fugitives’ list

Quanxavier Robinson, charged with armed robbery

Willie Banks is wanted out of College Park and being looked at for potential crimes in Atlanta, according to police. 

Nicholas Bush
Photo: Atlanta Police Department

Nicholas Bush, charged with statutory rape

Dexter Neal, charged with robbery

Robert Dukes

Robert Duke, charged with aggravated assault

Jeriod Mathis

Jeriod Mathis, charged with aggravated assault

Fleming Little, charged with aggravated assault

Trevor Montford, charged with aggravated assault

Deangelo Leaks

Deangelo Leaks, charged with armed robbery

Syranard Eugene Watson
Photo: FBI

Syranard Eugene Watson, charged with murder

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