A DeKalb County grand jury indicted Tiunta Battle, Diamond Brooks, Paul Cargile, Larry Little, Titus Seals, Demario Middlebrooks, Eureon Phillips, and Monquavious Thomas for 66 criminal counts on Jan. 12.
Charges include armed robbery, solicitation to commit murder, false imprisonment, cruelty to children and aggravated assault of elderly victims. All were associates of the hybrid gang known as “2100”.
“This multi-defendant and multi-incident case involves a series of vicious and often violent theft, assault and burglary acts,” said DeKalb County District Attorney Robert James. “This gang terrorized the community at large with a malicious intent to rob, steal and kill in DeKalb County.”
The offenses range from home-invasion armed robbery to solicitation for murder. “We intend to prosecute those involved in this and similar gang-related criminal activities to the fullest extent of the law,” James said.