2 Awaiting Trial for Human Trafficking Fulton Teen Facing More Charges in DeKalb, Attorney General Says


A few people arrested last year on charges of human trafficking in Fulton County are now facing more child sex crimes in DeKalb County, according to Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr.

Courdale Thayer and Jahaundria Seabron were two of four people arrested and charged with human trafficking after a 14-year-old girl was rescued in early 2021. The girl had been missing from College Park for seven weeks when she was found.

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Thayer and Seabron were charged in January 2022 for, among other things, human trafficking, aggravated assault, false imprisonment and child abuse.

A second victim, a 16-year-old girl in DeKalb County, has been found, according to a release from the attorney general’s office. Arrest warrants include allegations against the couple as of December 2020.

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Both Thayer and Seabron are now charged with human trafficking for sexual slavery in DeKalb County.


The Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Officer says there are more potential victims, identified only by an image and a nickname, that they are trying to identify.

Thayer is still being held in the Fulton County Jail. Seabron was released from Fulton County Jail in August 2022, according to prison records. Records also show that Seabron is not incarcerated in DeKalb County Jail.

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If convicted, both suspects could face life sentences.



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