Various agencies for the government arrested Jermaine Hewitt who is previously accused of being the Motorcycle Bandit. (AJC).
The agencies were composed of task force officers attempting to locate a individual who was scouting luxury cars and robbing the individuals driving those vehicles.
The individuals arrested was Jermaine Hewitt who authorities stated lived where he was arrested in DeKalb County. Mr. Hewitt was arrested for Armed robbery (or robbery by force) and was denied bond on Thursday March 28, 2019 by Judge Gail Tusan in Fulton County, Georgia.
Although warrants help officers in their daily tasks of hunting down criminals, if they are done or executed either incorrectly or without the correct information they can become problematic and can intrude on a person's life when they should not. Then warrants are a dangerous issue with any investigation because if they are not done or performed properly, then the entire case that is being built can be deconstructed and possibly dismissed. Warrants are sworn out before a judge to show that the officer believes he has enough evidence and the judge should grant an order granting the police the ability to search an area for illegal items or wanted people.
In this particular situation, one of the reports that the warrants were based on stated that the armed robbery in this particular arrest spoke with a foreign accent. Mr. Hewitt, however does not have a foreign accent which appears to present a problematic situation for his arrest (AJC News lead, CBS). Tom Jones from Channel 2 action news interviewed attorney Michael Barber about various aspects of this investigation. Reporter Tom Jones reported that during the bond hearing there was talk about a consent bond as well as issues relating to whether or not Mr. Hewitt even lived in DeKalb as his home address was a Gwinnett County property and that there may have been an issue with his accent not being a foreign one since Mr. Hewitt is born and raised in the United States.
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