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DEKALB COUNTY, GA– A student at Miller Grove High School in DeKalb County was arrested while in class today by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office.
Nicholas Samuel Nutall, 17, Lithonia was taken into custody on an arrest warrant from an Oct. 22 incident that occurred on Strathmoor Manor Circle in Lithonia. The warrant accuses Nutall of attacking and robbing a minor, while brandishing a silver revolver, with an intent to take an iPhone, a cross body bag and a wallet. The warrant indicates that other unnamed individuals were involved, and that the victim and. Nutall were acquaintances from the neighborhood.
During the arrest at the high school, sheriff’s office investigators found a loaded weapon – a Bulldog.44 special – inside a shoulder bag worn by Nutall, according to reports.
In addition to the original charge of Armed Robbery Weapon (a felony) from Oct.22. Nutall is now charged with Possession and Carrying a Concealed Weapon without a License – First Offense (a misdemeanor), Possession of a Pistol or Revolver by a Person Under Age – First Offense (a misdemeanor), and Carrying a Weapon within School Safety Zones or School Functions (a felony).
Nutall was transported to the DeKalb County Jail without incident, where he is being held without bond.