Seven Gwinnett murder suspects indicted

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Seven suspects in three separate cases were indicted on murder charges by Gwinnett County grand juries this week.

Spanning from last June to January of this year, the indictments passed down in Gwinnett Superior Court covered two drug-related shootings and a domestic incident.

-- Arion Henderson, 20, of Lawrenceville was indicted on murder, felony murder and aggravated assault charges. Police believe Henderson fatally stabbed his grandfather, 59-year-old William Stidiron, in the neck with a steak knife in January.

Stidiron was reportedly found in his Norcross apartment, wrapped in a comforter and doused in bleach.

-- Brandon "Stunna" Mosley was indicted on charges of murder, felony murder (two counts), armed robbery, aggravated assault, criminal gang activity and possession of a weapon during the commission of a felony. He is charged in connection with the shooting death of Angelo Larocca, 19, last June.

An off-duty police officer was patrolling The Columns at Paxton Lane apartments in Snellville on June 28 when he stumbled upon Larocca's body in a breezeway. Investigators believe Mosley shot him during a drug deal gone sour.

According to indictments, Mosley is affiliated with the "ABT" gang.

-- Brandon Prasad was indicted on charges of felony murder (two counts), possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, aggravated assault (two counts) and possession of a weapon during the commission of a felony (two counts). Prasad is believed to be the shooter in a Nov. 14 drug deal that left Jose De Manuel Alfaro dead.

According to previous reports, Prasad turned himself in a few days after police found Alfaro shot twice in the chest in the front yard of a home on Simonton Ridge Trail in Lawrenceville.

In a separate indictment, four other suspects were charged with two counts of felony murder, conspiracy to commit a crime and criminal attempt to commit a crime in the same case: Rodrigo Serna, Alejandro Contreras, Jake Hammond and Robert Lashaugh Hodge.


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