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GWINNETT TODAY: NEWS BRIEFS: One-time
music minister charged with sex offense
BYLINE: Staff writer Scott Marshall compiled this
Atlanta Journal and Constitution
|A former church music minister was arrested Monday on
charges that he improperly touched a boy, Gwinnett County police
records show. |
Cecil Gray "Trey" Clegg III, 24, of
Lawrenceville, was charged with one count of sexual battery, records
He was arrested Monday and released from the Gwinnett
County Detention Center after posting $11,050 bail, records show.
Clegg was accused of improperly touching an 11-year-old boy
sometime between last Oct. 1 and Nov. 23 at Amazing Grace Lutheran
Church, 3305 U.S. 29, according to police.
Clegg lost his
job shortly after his arrest last November on child molestation charges filed against him
in Florida, police said.
DEKALB OFFICER IN ACCIDENT: A
DeKalb County K-9 officer was injured Monday when a motorist
apparently turned into his path on Ga. 124, Snellville police said.
The 11:06 a.m. accident occurred at the intersection of Ga.
124 and Oak Road, said Snellville police Sgt. Tom Taylor.
The police officer, Fred Becker, 44, was off duty and headed
south on Ga. 124 in a police Chevrolet Blazer with his police German
shepherd, Taylor said.
The Chevrolet struck a 1989 Pontiac
Sunbird driven by Brent Swann, 28, of Conyers, as Swann turned into
Becker's path while attempting to go left onto Oak Road, Taylor
Becker's Chevrolet overturned, and he was treated for
minor injuries at Gwinnett Medical Center. Neither Swann nor the dog
was seriously hurt.
An investigation is continuing.
POSTAL WORKER CHARGED: Gwinnett County police have charged a
South Carolina postal worker with more than a dozen counts of
stealing credit cards, records show.
Timothy L. Babb, 34, of
North Charleston, was charged with 16 counts of credit card theft,
as well as credit card fraud and obstruction, records show.
He is being held in lieu of $66,950 bail, records show.
Babb was arrested last week in the parking lot of a discount
store. Additional charges were filed Friday after police learned
that Babb allegedly stole the credit cards he had with him, records
Police are still investigating whether he stole the
credit cards while working with the U.S. Postal Service.