Acworth man accused of thefts
July 03, 2013 12:45 AM | 3572 views | 0 0 comments | 31 31 recommendations | email to a friend | print
An Acworth man is accused of stealing a tag from a McDonald’s parking lot in Kennesaw before driving to a church in Marietta to steal several items from the church and stealing from a home in Marietta.

Alvin Bloodworth reportedly stole a tag from a vehicle in a McDonald’s parking lot before driving a stolen SUV he received for trading drugs to Unity North Atlanta Church, where he stole a laptop, according to the arrest warrant. Bloodworth then allegedly broke into a home in Marietta and fled from the home after a woman yelled at him. Police say they found Bloodworth driving the SUV and arrested him at the corner of Lullwood Court and Hedgerow Drive in Marietta. Bloodworth also faces charges in connection to a break-in at Chattahoochee Technical College where money from a cash box was stolen. He also is charged with taking wallets and purses from Noonday Baptist Church.

Bloodworth was arrested by the Cobb County Police Department on June 25 and charged with four counts of first-degree burglary one count of second-degree burglary, and several counts of conducting fraudulent financial transactions.

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