On April 16, 2018 at approximately 18:20 hours at Cumberland Mall in Atlanta, GA, Supervisor Clark (Cumberland Mall Security) was performing a foot patrol through lower level Sears wing, when he spotted three males and two females who were having a dispute with a mall tenant. They were being disorderly and appeared to be intoxicated. Supervisor Clark then intervened and asked the group to calm down, but when they refused, he asked them to leave mall property. At this point, the suspects continued to be disorderly, so Supervisor Clark immediately notified Cobb County Police Officer Bailey to assist with the incident. Officer Bailey asked the individuals to leave the property as well. One of the female suspects then attempted to spit on Supervisor Clark but he maintained his professionalism and ensured the suspects continued to their vehicle. Officer Bailey then approached the suspect’s vehicle and smelled a strong odor of marijuana. Officer Bailey then ordered the suspects out of the vehicle. During the course of the investigation, Cobb County Police searched the suspect’s vehicle and found two stolen hand guns, marijuana, stolen license plates, stolen credit cards and vehicle break-in tools. All of the suspects were then taken into custody. By being proactive while on patrol and showing outstanding teamwork, Supervisor Clark and Cobb County police officer Bailey combined to prevent the suspects from committing future crimes with the hand guns and criminal tools they had in their possession. Outstanding work!!