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ATLANTA GA MARCH 31 2011
Gwinnett County police have arrested two men in connection with a string of violent armored car robberies across the metro Atlanta area, including one in Toco Hill Shopping Center on March 15 that left a Lawrenceville guard dead.
Police arrested Stacey Lamont Dooley and Quinton Lamar Booker earlier today, according to a Gwinnett County Police Department statement. Dooley is charged with three counts of armed robbery for robberies committed in Gwinnett County and two counts of conspiracy to commit armed robbery. Booker is also charged with three counts of armed robbery.
They have not been charged in the Toco Hill Shopping Center robbery that left 32-year-old guard Gary Castillo dead. DeKalb County police will investigate that incident. Gwinnett County police also expect additional charges against the two men.
A funeral service was held Monday morning in Canton for Castillo, who worked for Garda Cash Logistics. He was leaving the Kroger grocery store in the shopping center with a cash pick-up when he was shot by one of the robbers who fled in a getaway car with another man on March 15. He later died at Grady Hospital in Atlanta.