Atlanta Officer Willie Sauls Charged with Assault and Property Damage

Willie Sauls
Willie Sauls
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Category: Police - City
Last Known Home Address:
CENSORED! WHY?
Atlanta, Georgia *****

Atlanta Police Officer Willie Sauls has been charged with aggravated assault and criminal trespass for smashing a car window, opening the doors, and attacking the occupants of the vehicle with a taser. The victims were two college students named Messiah Young and Taniyah Pilgrim. Ironically, they were leaving a peaceful protest against police brutality.


The following is from the Fulton County Jail inmate roster:


Booking #: 2008130

Fulton County Sheriff's Office

Booked: 06/03/2020

Released:

Name: SAULS, WILLIE TROY, Jr.

Desc: Black Male 5' 10" 323 lbs

Alias: Sauls, W.T.

Hair: Bald

SO: #P01109683

Eyes: Brown

Address: Atlanta, GA *****

Warrant #: 20DA04977

Charge: Aggravated Assault

Offense Date: 05/30/2020

Bond/Type: 5,000.00 Signature Bond

Disposition: Signature Bond

Warrant #: 20DA04977

Charge: Criminal Trespass

Offense Date: 05/30/2020

Bond/Type: 5,000.00 Signature Bond

Disposition: Signature Bond


The following is from public records:


WILLIE TROY SAULS

MALE

DOB: JAN-1968

AGE: 52

**** ******** **

ATLANTA, GA *****


As you can see we are exempting officer Sauls from our home address block due to the potential usefulness of this information for peaceful protesters that may like to picket him at home.


He also has several hunting permits, his home was in foreclosure in 2011, and he is the subject of the following liens:


UNPAID HAZARDOUS WASTE


Placement


$514.37


UNPAID HAZARDOUS WASTE


Placement


$568.18


INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX


Placement


$2,721.10


UNPAID HAZARDOUS WASTE


Placement


$373.55


UNPAID HAZARDOUS WASTE


Placement


$509.47


The other officers involved were Lonnie Hood, Mark Gardner, Ivory Streeter, Armond Jones, and Roland Jones. You can find their profiles at https://copblaster.com/hashtag/willie-sauls/


Due to time going by and a decline in public interest in this case, we have removed the home address from this post. It was posted because at the time we believed it might be useful for peaceful protest organizers, but we don't see people really protesting this specific officer anymore and when we did we are not aware of the organizers actually using this information.


The address listing was only intended to be temporary for the duration of peaceful anti-police brutality protests, and although such protests continue we have determined that some addresses including this one are far less useful at this time.

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