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DA Presents 48 Cases to Grand Jury

Prosecutors from the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office presented 48 cases to the Grand Jury Friday, according to District Attorney David McDade.

Prosecutors from the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office presented 48 cases to the Grand Jury Friday, according to District Attorney David McDade.

The following cases were presented to the Grand Jury on Friday, December 14th:

-         Kerry Montel Jackson, on charges of Trafficking in Marijuana.

-        Deandra Matthews, on charges of Aggravated Assault (Family Violence Act).

-        Alaneua Duckett, on charges of Aggravated Assault, Simple Battery and Terroristic Threats.

-        Demetre Mason and Vonzell Lloys, on charges of Robbery.

-        Andrew Spriggs, on charges of Armed Robbery.

-        Jason Frederick Demayo, on charges of Impersonating an Officer.

-        Rene Rodriguez-Castro, on charges of Driving as Habitual Violator.

-        Stacy Rene Kelly, on charges of Forgery.

-        Jamaal Pinkney, Raven Stephens and Jesse Daniels, on charges of Burglary and Aggravated Assault.

-        Quantavious Partridge, on charges of Robbery.

-        John Clark, on charges of Criminal Attempt to Commit Burglary.

-        John Aubrey Wade, on charges of False Imprisonment.

-        John William Bowen, Jr., on charges of Kidnapping with Bodily Injury.

-        Antonio Tyrone Johnson, on charges of Interference with Government Property.

-        Antonio Tyrone Johnson, on charges of Riot in a Penal Institution.

-        Charlene Yvette Jones and Ismael Bolden, on charges of Influencing a Witness.

-        Tawnya Camilla Watson, on charges of Family Violence Battery and Aggravated Assault.

-        Casey Teddell Kelly, on charges of Violation of Georgia Controlled Substances Act – Possession of More than One Ounce of Marijuana.

-        Octavius Smith, on charges of Fleeing or Attempting to Elude, Driving Under the Influence (Drugs) and Identity Fraud.

-        Javaree Cortez Irby, on charges of Burglary.

-        Skilyer Richard Mark Earl, on charges of Violation of Georgia Controlled Substances Act - Sale of Marijuana.

-        Angel Champaine Young, on charges of Aggravated Assault.

-        Dontavious McDowell and Bradley Mikel Pali, on charges of Theft by Taking and Burglary.

-        Christopher Ferguson, on charges of Aggravated Assault.

-        Frederick Williams, on charges of Aggravated Assault.

-        Cornelius Herndon, on charges of Robbery and Fleeing or Attempting to Elude Police.

-        Elbert Patterson, on charges of Failure to Register as a Sex Offender.

-        Corterious Davis and Blake Cook, on charges of Theft by Shoplifting.

-        Joseph Michael Reynolds, on charges of Burglary.

-        Charles Black, Keith Landrum, Terry Luttrell, Betty Robinson, Harry Wilson, Mary James, Steven Campbell, Johnny White, Douglas Anderson, Jerry Jones, Jr., Steven Kennedy, Timothy White and Johnathan Haddle, on charges of Violation of Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.

-        Jordan Kenneth Black, Tyler Lee Robertson, Aaron Caleb Garrison and Morgan Alexis McDaniel, on charges of Burglary—1st Degree.

-        Daniel Dixon, Deangelo Dennard and Octavious Thorton, on charges of Burglary.

-        Justin Ramon Crawford and Gia Charlise Smith, on charges of Cruelty to Children—1st Degree and Battery.

-        Raymond Calvin White, on charges of Criminal Damage to Property.

-        Antonio Cook, on charges of Violation of Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act.

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

-        David Tyshons Barnes, on charges of Armed Robbery.

-        Antone Francis Rose, on charges of Aggravated Battery.

-        Philip J. Harrison and Natasha Danielle Steele, on charges of Violation of Georgia Controlled Substances Act – Possession of a Controlled Substance (Methamphetamine) and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.

-        Quintus Pachon Foreman, on charges of False Imprisonment and Obstructing an Emergency Call.

-        Eric Jaqwon Thomas, on charges of Criminal Damage to Property—2nd Degree.

-        Darien Loray Adams, Edrienne Estes and Tevin Raheem Smith, on charges of Burglary—1st Degree, Theft by Receiving Stolen Property and Criminal Trespass.

-        Clarence Wilbert Green, on charges of Enticing a Child for Indecent Purposes.

-        Sherry Renee Allison, on charges of Possession of Methamphetamine.

-        Robert Christopher Tolbert, on charges of Theft by Receiving Stolen Property.

-        Randal Boyd Brady Jr., on charges of Criminal Damage to Property—2nd Degree.

-        Antoine Jamar Harraway, on charges of Burglary.

-        Godfrey Christian, on charges of Terroristic Threats.

Bryan Edwards December 16, 2012 at 11:59 PM
Robert Christopher Tolbert almost killed my entire family. He has not been held accountable for this. His actions have caused my family to have $500,000.00 of medical bills and has emotionally scared my family for life. The legal system is not dealing with him on this matter. I can understand why people want to take the law in their own hands.

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