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Police: Murder suspect arrested in California
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August 14, 2014 05:07 PM | 1679 views | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Patricko Mondrez Davis
Patricko Mondrez Davis
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The Sandy Springs Police Department Thursday announced the suspect wanted in the July 24 murder of a Sandy Springs man was arrested in Bakersfield, Calif., Wednesday night by the U.S. Marshals Pacific Southwest Regional Fugitive Task Force.

Warrants were taken out for the arrest of Patricko Mondrez Davis, 21, of Pine Cone Road in southwest Atlanta, in connection with the shooting of Takeenen Williams, 23, of Marsh Trail Circle in Sandy Springs. In California, Davis was taken into custody without incident. He is being held at the Kern County Jail in Bakersfield awaiting extradition.

July 24, police were called and told Williams was found lying in the rear parking lot of an office complex where it connects to the Sheraton hotel at 800 Hammond Drive and the property known as The Hub on Barfield Road, where students from the Art Institute of Atlanta reside. Williams had been shot multiple times. He was transported to Grady Memorial Hospital in downtown Atlanta, where he was pronounced dead.

Information, developed later into the night, gave detectives evidence to secure a murder warrant for Davis, who is believed to have shot Williams following a dispute that may have started at The Hub. Davis is a current student at the Art Institute but not listed as a resident of The Hub.

At a Sandy Springs City Council meeting in April, when The Hub’s zoning as an extended-stay hotel was questioned by residents who thought it was being used as an apartment complex, representatives of the nearby Autumn Chace subdivision complained about the amount of crimes occurring there. At the meeting they said there had been 76 incident reports by city police in an 18-month span.

July 31, the city announced it cited The Hub for several fire and code enforcement violations following annual inspections by the Sandy Springs Fire Rescue and Code Enforcement departments.
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