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DA Presents 22 Cases to Grand Jury

Prosecutors from the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office presented 22 cases to the Grand Jury Friday.

Prosecutors from the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office presented 22 cases to the Grand Jury Friday, according to District Attorney David McDade.

The following cases were presented to the Grand Jury on Friday, Oct. 5:

- Baruch Benjamin and Chad Washington, on charges of Armed Robbery

- Anthony Allen Spradlin, on charges of Theft by Receiving and Theft by Shoplifting

- Will Wyatt Northcutt and Webb Warren Northcutt, Sr., on charges of Aggravated Assault

- Latoya Ware, on charges of Aggravated Assault

- Arkisha Dominique Edge, on charges of Violation of Georgia Controlled Substances Act

- Erma Jean Ross, on charges of Violation of Georgia Controlled Substances Act

- Quentin Duffie, on charges of Violation of Georgia Controlled Substances Act

- Marcus Ferguson, on charges of Identity Fraud

- Jeremy Troutman, on charges of Armed Robbery

- Creivond Jervel Grier and Eric Lamar Jackson, on charges of Burglary

- Jesus Nova-Ramirez, on charges of Aggravated Assault (Family Violence Act)

- Corey Jose July, on charges of Armed Robbery

- Creivond Jervel Grier, on charges of Burglary

- Jay Lee Carroll, on charges of Trafficking Methamphetamine and Forgery

- Walter Starr and Leeon Jones, on charges of Burglary and Theft by Taking

- Amber Fowler, on charges of Aggravated Battery and Cruelty to Children—1st Degree

- Eddie Randolph Tyler, on charges of Failure to Register as Sex Offender

- Bob Ellerbee, on charges of False Imprisonment, Terroristic Threats and Battery (Family Violence Act)

- Ali Juan Gates, on charges of Aggravated Assault and Terroristic Threats

- Paul Edward Stanley, on charges of Violation of Georgia Controlled Substances Act

- Rodridques Deonta Phillips, on charges of Burglary

- Brandon Ashley Taylor, on charges of Burglary

Bruce October 10, 2012 at 10:57 PM
Maybe District Attorney McDade and his staff will let everyone indicted by the Grand Jury to say they are real sorry for what they did wrong, pay back any money they stole and then let them go without a trial or any fines or jail time. Isn't that what is about to happen to all the current and former Douglasville City Council members and the former Douglasville mayor who stole tens of thousands of tax dollars?
Elaine Florence October 14, 2012 at 05:23 PM
I agree Bruce everyone who has a charge just pay back and walk free. If its good for white collar crime it should be good on all other crimes with in Douglas County, As McDade love to say lets make and example.
jalissa brooks November 21, 2012 at 10:17 PM
I also agree. Rodridques Phillips is my fiancee and we are expecting our 4th child. I pray god gives him another chance and everyone else. He is a great father and role model.

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