Wednesday, October 5, 2011
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LILBURN -- Two Gwinnett men face felony charges after police caught them selling bootleg DVD titles such as "Big Momma 3" in a Walmart parking lot, Lilburn police said.
Lilburn police responded to a report of illegal solicitation Sunday in the parking lot of the 4004 U.S. Highway 29 retailer. Officers met with a mother and her juvenile son, who stated they'd paid $4 for two generic DVDs from two men in the lot, a police report states.
Officers approached the suspects -- Daniel Dotson, 63, and Aundre Coley, 40, both of Duluth -- who stated "they did not know that they could not sell in the Walmart parking lot," the report states.
Coley told police the pair had about 100 DVDs stored in Dotson's granddaughter's vehicle. They claimed the granddaughter was going to pick them up, but she never showed, the report says.
Both suspects were charged with felony unlawful distribution of recorded material and taken to jail.