Two Douglass High School students were arrested Wednesday for criminal trespass after they were spotted acting suspiciously in a Fairburn neighborhood.
Keith Garrett Shelton and Zentavius Arquis Webb, both 18, were knocking on doors in the Regency Hills subdivision when concerned residents contacted Fulton County Police, who pulled them over near Old Fairburn Road and Colton Drive. Officers found a gun that was reported stolen back in December and charged the driver of the car, Keenan Jackson, 19, with theft by receiving, said Fulton County Police spokeswoman Melissa Parker. Jackson also faces charges for possession of a firearm by a person under the age of 21, criminal trespass, and driving without a license and without auto insurance.
The three suspects were booked into the Fulton County Jail late Wednesday.
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