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Gangster wanted for Toccoa drive-by shooting found hiding in Athens

Cornelius Curry

By Joe Johnson

Authorities last week arrested a Toccoa man in connection with a drive-by shooting that took place in that Stephens County city in the early morning hours of Easter last month.

According to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, 20-year-old Cornelius Devaughn Curry was arrested April 18 in connection with a search warrant operation that was conducted on Vintage Court, where the Bloods gang member was hiding out with family.

Curry was charged in arrest warrants with multiple counts and aggravated assault for the March 31 drive-by shooting im Toccoa that injured two people, the GBI said. He was also charged with aggravated battery and four violations of the Georgia Street Gang Terrorism Prevention Act.

The GBI's regional investigative office in Cleveland and the GBI Gang Task Force conducted an investigation into the matter over the days that followed.l the shooting.

Last week’s search warrant operation that resulted in Curry’s arrest was conducted by GBI gang unit agents who were assisted by officers from Athens-Clarke County Police Department.

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