An Atlanta man allegedly crawling into numerous Cobb County stores by breaking or removing windows since last fall is accused of stealing more than $ 21,000 in money and goods from Tokyo Valentino’s East Cobb store to have.
According to a June 1 arrest warrant, Aron Jermaine Major, 47, broke into the adult retail store on Johnson Ferry Road early in the morning on October 20, 2020 and took lingerie, sex enhancement pills, CBD products, sex toys and gift cards With .
He faces more than a dozen burglary and related charges, which Cobb police said began last September and continued through mid-March this year.
A dozen arrest warrants were issued against Major on June 1 for these and other crimes following a search warrant of his home, according to Cobb Sheriff Office records showing the suspect was detained that day and at the Cobb County Adult remains a juvenile detention center.
A warrant for Major’s arrest states that the break-in in Tokyo Valentino occurred shortly after 6 a.m. on October 20, with a suspect removing a window on the side of the commercial building (1290 Johnson Ferry Road) to gain entry.
The branch manager reported to police that 61 sets of lingerie were missing, as well as 400 male pills to increase sexuality, five pairs of high heels, two fetish straps, two sex swings, 25 sex toys, 500 $ 25 gift cards, 17 bottles of CBD oil and CBD Tincture, six cans of kratom powder, and nearly $ 1,000 in cash.
The warrant goes on to say that when police received a search warrant for Major’s apartment on June 1, they found 447 packages of male sexual enhancement pills and a door sex swing.
The same warrant states that after the suspect left Tokyo Valentino on October 20, he tried to get into Starbuck’s Coffee Shop at 2424 Roswell Road near East Piedmont Road by removing a pane of glass and turning it into one Left dumpster behind.
That’s near an oil change shop and a restaurant. According to the arrest warrants, Major will be arrested on March 3rd and 4th March 2021 accused of burglary.
An arrest warrant states that between March 3 at 7 p.m. and March 4 at 7:30 a.m., a man broke into Havoline Express Oil Change (2525 Roswell Road) by removing glass in front of the store, taking money from a cash register and replaced the window.
Another glass window was removed at Peace, Love and Pizza (1050 E. Piedmont Road) and the suspect was caught in surveillance video crawling on the floor to reach a till and grossing more than $ 2,000.
“The images seen on CCTV (clothing, height, weight) as well as the modus operandi are those of the named defendant and were seen during break-ins at several other break-ins,” as stated in the arrest warrants.
The warrants show that on the same day, March 4th, Major broke into two restaurants on Lower Roswell Road, Ming’s Asian Kitchen and Red Curry Thai.
The suspect took cash from Mings (4665 Lower Roswell Road) by breaking into a back door around 11 a.m. by breaking glass and taking a register, the warrant states. At Red Curry Thai (4724 Lower Roswell Road) the suspect removed a panel of glass from the front door to gain access and took cash from a cash register, according to the arrest warrant.
Three other restaurants in East Cobb were broken into during his rampage, according to Major’s arrest warrants: The Wing Cafe and Tap House and Fuji Hana on September 22, 2020, and a Mellow Mushroom restaurant on March 18, 2021.
On September 22nd, just after 5:00 a.m., an arrest warrant stated that Major cut off a pane of glass at The Wing Cafe (2145 Roswell Road), broke open a locked door and then tried to remove a safe. The warrant states that he failed but managed to open an ATM in the restaurant and collect $ 300 in cash.
About an hour later, the warrant stated that Major opened a pane of glass to get to Fuji Hana (1255 Johnson Ferry Road) and was seen on a video camera stealing a safe and placing it on a rolling cart. The suspect was seen taking cash from a cash register, rolling the safe on the cart to the parking lot, and walking with them.
The June 1 search warrant showed that police discovered Fuji Hana business checks in Major’s possession.
The last incident linked to Major was a break-in at Mellow Mushroom (2000 Powers Ferry Road) between 5:55 a.m. and 6:18 a.m. on March 18. This warrant states that a man pulled a pane of glass from the front of the restaurant and crawled inside, looking for cash, alcohol and cigarettes.
Other companies named in the warrants include restaurants and retail stores in the Town Center, Marietta and Acworth areas.
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