The spree resulted in more than $125,000 in property damage
Atlanta–Fulton County District Attorney Paul L. Howard, Jr., announces the 41 COUNT INDICTMENT, by a Fulton County Grand Jury, of 26-year-old JAQUANTAY CAMPBELL, 17-year-old MICHAEL HILL, and 27-year-old DUNDREA PHILLIPS.
In January of 2019, Atlanta Police Officers in Zone 2 received numerous complaints from residents of burglaries, entering automobile, and auto theft crimes. In total, (8) vehicles were stolen, (7) burglaries occurred, and there were (9) entering automobile crimes reported in Zone 2 between January 15, 2019, and January 30, 2019. In one of the cases, on January 25, 2019, a homeowner was assaulted by Hill when she attempted to stop the theft of her vehicle. Atlanta Police were able to determine Campbell, Hill, and Phillips were responsible for the crimes.
On January 30, 2019, Atlanta Police located Campbell and Hill in East Point using vehicle tracking technology. The two defendants were arrested after fleeing on foot from police. Campbell is a convicted felon who was on probation at the time of his arrest and was in possession of a stolen gun. Dundrea Phillips was later arrested in possession of stolen items from the crime spree. The defendants caused more than $125,000 in property damage, and (1) of the (8) stolen vehicles has not been recovered.
Campbell, Hill, and Phillips face (41) counts as part of this indictment, including:
- CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT A FELONY
- BURGLARY (1ST DEGREE)
- THEFT BY TAKING
- THEFT BY RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY
- AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
- FINANCIAL TRANSACTION CARD THEFT
- ENTERING AUTOMOBILE
- OBSTRUCTION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
- GIVING FALSE INFORMATION TO LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
- POSSESSION OF A FIREARM BY A CONVICTED FELON
- POSSESSION OF A FIREARM DURING THE COMMISSION OF A FELONY
A copy of the indictment will be available when it is processed by the Fulton County Superior Court Clerk’s Office.