July 21, 2019
Jiovanny Castillo, Antony Macias, Adrian Gonzalez Verduzco, Rodolfo Rodriguez Puentes and Jorge Rodriguez.
This brings the current total to nine spics – all of them 19 or younger.
Can you think of any white teens who go out in large packs like this and steal cars and shoot cops?
I’m pretty sure that that is uniquely colored behavior.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation says five more teenagers have been arrested in connection to the murder of a Hall County deputy.
Jiovanny Castillo, 17, Antony Macias, 18, Adrian Gonzalez Verduzco, 18, Rodolfo Rodriguez Puentes, 17, and Jorge Rodriguez, 19, all of Gainesville, Georgia, were charged with tampering with evidence and hindering apprehension of a criminal.
Macias, Verduzco, Puentes and Rodriguez were additionally charged with theft by receiving stolen property.
According to officials, Deputy Nicolas Dixon, 28, was attempting to stop a stolen car when he was shot by one of the suspects in the area of Jesse Jewell Parkway and Highland Avenue between 11 and 11:15 p.m.
Dixon had been with the department for three years. The Hall County Sheriff’s Office said Dixon was a father to a 9-year-old son and a 4-month-old son.
The arrests are in addition to the four teen suspects, including the accused shooter, who were taken into custody shortly after Dixon’s death.
The four earlier arrests: Hector Garcia-Solis, Brayan Omar Cruz, London Clements and Eric Edgardo Velazquez.