Officers found him on Monday night after he drove through a red light in nearby Cobb County, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Deputy Chief Darryl Tolleson said the 39-year-old was also wanted on assault charges stemming from a separate incident on Sunday, where he allegedly stabbed two people.
(APN) JONESBORO, Georgia –– A Clayton County magistrate judge has granted bond to Latausha Nedd, the first victory in a case that raises serious concerns about free speech rights and the power of law enforcement and vigilantes to destabilize social movements by targeting activists.
Atlanta Progressive News previously reported that Nedd, a Clayton County resident with a long track record of social justice work in Atlanta, was charged with criminal solicitation and making terroristic threats based on commentary in videos posted online.
'There was another person in that intersection and it appears that he specifically targeted her.'He added that the killer was unusually calm throughout.