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Old 02-28-2021, 05:53 AM
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Default Johns Creek, GA WF, 16 shot dead while doing drugs with negros

https://www.cbs46.com/news/man-alleg...lock_id=997160

Warrant: Man concealed Johns Creek teen's death, instructed minor to lie about where she died


Posted on Feb 24, 2021



A criminal warrant for the man accused of concealing a Johns Creek teen's death shed more light on what happened hours before she was found dead on Valentine's Day.

Shawn Mark Anthony Saleem, 25,
turned himself in on Tuesday. Saleem had active warrants for concealing the death of another and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Carly Jackson, a 16-year-old student at Johns Creek High School, was found dead on Feb. 14 at an apartment on Craftsman Street.

The warrant released Wednesday says Saleem concealed Jackson's death by moving her body from the actual place of death to the place where she was "discovered." The warrant also says Saleem influenced a minor to lie about the facts surrounding Jackson's death and contributed to the delinquency of a minor by providing illegal drugs.

According to a police affidavit, Jackson, Saleem and other friends were at an apartment on Craftsman Street. Witnesses in the affidavit said they were doing drugs and drinking alcohol.

A witness said she and Jackson later went to sleep and when the witness woke up, Jackson was unresponsive.

The affidavit says when Jackson’s friend told Saleem about Jackson's condition, he said she had been like that for hours. When the friend asked Saleem why he did not call 911, the friend said Saleem stated he "had drugs and couldn't call the cops."

Police say Saleem then moved Jackson’s body to a different apartment in the same complex. Detectives found illegal substances in Saleem's apartment, which have been turned over to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation for testing.

https://www.11alive.com/article/news...f-d212d2769a1a

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