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Malik Holtzclaw biography: 13 things about black man from Columbus, Georgia

Malik Quintez Holtzclaw (©Columbus Police Department)

Malik Quintez Holtzclaw (©Columbus Police Department)

Malik Quintez Holtzclaw is an African-American man from Columbus, Georgia, United States. Here are 13 more things about him:

  1. He was born in 1998.
  2. He is related to Eddie Holtzclaw, Joey L. Holtzclaw, Kenneth A. Holtzclaw, Ruth Brown Holtzclaw, Tosha Lash Holtzclaw and Brittney Renee Holtzclaw.
  3. On December 27, 2017, he and Joshua Delafuente were arrested at the Walmart on 5448 Whittlesey Boulevard in Columbus Park Crossing in Columbus after police were called about a gun at 1:51 p.m. that day, the Ledger-Enquirer reported.
  4. At 9 a.m. on December 28, 2017, he and Delafuente held in the Muscogee County Jail in Muscogee County, Georgia. He was charged with one count of simple assault, reckless conduct, obstruction of a law enforcement officer and carrying a concealed weapon while the latter was charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer and disorderly conduct.
  5. On September 27, 2020, he stole a wallet.
  6. He withdrew money using the ATM card from the stolen wallet.
  7. He used the ATM card to pay for his bills in fast food restaurants and gas stations.
  8. On September 28, 2020, the owner of the stolen wallet reported to the police that he observed approximately $1,700.00 worth of charges and attempted charges to his bank account.
  9. He was driving a friend’s vehicle when he was identified by officers from the Columbus Police Department’s financial crimes unit.
  10. He was incarcerated in the Muscogee County Jail for charges not related to the wallet he stole.
  11. On October 6, 2020, probable cause was found during recorder’s court hearing held in relation to the wallet he stole.
  12. He was charged with one count of felony financial transaction card theft, seven counts of felony financial transaction card fraud and one count of misdemeanor theft by deception.
  13. His case was bound over to Superior Court.

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