Deputies in Fayette County, Georgia arrested Desjuan Toliver, 29, after receiving a suspicious person call at approximately 2:15 a.m. on November 14 near Kenwood Road. The caller reported seeing someone wearing a ski mask peering into the windows of a closed business. When deputies arrived, they saw Toliver matching the description provided by the caller. It was clear to deputies that Toliver had intentions to break into the business with pieces of concrete he carried to the storefront.
During a search, deputies found car keys hidden in Toliver’s sock. They also located a GMC Yukon and a trailer parked several businesses away containing more pieces of concrete, ratchet straps, and moving blankets. Toliver was booked into the Fayette County Jail and is facing charges of loitering, prowling, and criminal intent to commit burglary.
This incident highlights the importance of community members staying vigilant and reporting any suspicious activity to law enforcement. It also serves as a reminder of the dedication and quick response of deputies in protecting local businesses and ensuring the safety of the community.