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Dudley man faces multiple charges in felony arrest

Posted September 24, 2012

A Dudley man wanted in connection with several felonies was arrested early Monday, the Wayne County Sheriff's Office reported.

Gary Lamont Reid Jr., 24, of 520 Rollingwood Drive, is charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon, larceny of firearm, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, discharge of a firearm in city limits, assault by pointing a gun, second-degree trespassing, breaking and entering, going armed to terror of public, larceny after breaking and entering, and possession of stolen goods.

He was held in the Wayne County jail under a $275,500 secured bond.

Authorities did not provide details about the alleged crimes.


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  • Coolbreeze Sep 24, 2012

    He will plea guilty to a lesser charge and get probation.

  • streetglide Sep 24, 2012

    it seems like everybody feels the same about the same ol, same ol breaking the LAW,, but stand up and say something,, and you would be called a raciest republician,for not understanding what others have to go through. It is much harder for some than it has been for you! You just don't understand.
    O,,, I understand just fine,, it is our goverment officials that don't understand, or should I say,, can't say,, voting season you know!!

  • dontstopnow Sep 24, 2012

    Talk about the perverbial 'throw the book at him', this guy sure did get the book and a few pages from another one...lol I just love to see how the youth of America are spending their spare time honing their criminal skills. Guess looking for a job is to much to ask and not nearly as fulfilling... hummmm

  • dwr1964 Sep 24, 2012

    Another fantastic candidate for early onset BIH disease. For those who don't know...BIH stands for Bullet In Head.

  • lumberman Sep 24, 2012

    I find it hard to believe that this find upstanding member of Dudley would break the law. It has to be a mistake. Some one must have planted this gun on him. We need more laws against people planting guns on good people.

  • Rebelyell55 Sep 24, 2012

    Glad they've got him off the streets. Now just keep him off.

  • Mom120 Sep 24, 2012

    bet his mom is proud of him