The grand jury passed down an indictment on Friday against accused of striking and killing with her vehicle on Dec. 6.
Prosecutors from the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office presented 36 cases to the Grand Jury Friday, according to District Attorney David McDade. Among the cases heard by the Grand Jury was the state’s case against McManners.
“The Grand Jury has returned an indictment charging Mrs. McManners with first degree homicide in the death of Brandy Hart,” said District Attorney McDade in a press release. “This is obviously a horribly tragic situation for the Hart family and for the community as a whole. Please keep everyone involved in this in your thoughts and prayers.”
According to District Attorney McDade, the victim was hit by the vehicle while crossing the street after stepping off a school bus carrying her home from school. The teenager was transported to the , where she passed away.
Douglas County Chief during her first court appearance on Dec. 8. McDade cited mental issues.
The following cases were also presented to the Grand Jury on Dec. 9:
- James Ronald Williams, on charges of Making a False Statement
- Jeffery Michael Gaddy, Trevor Alexander Harris and Gregory Leonard, on charges of Terroristic Threats and Simple Battery
- Sylvester Nicodemus Bradley and Jamil Jeffery Thigpen, on charges of Burglary and Obstruction of an Officer
- Gabrielle Alexandria Begay and Chastity Brown, on charges of Aggravated Assault
- Ari Tracea Shackleford, on charges of Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute
- Michael V. Thompson and Dearian Bell Sr. , on charges of Burglary
- Cindy Davenport, on charges of Cruelty to Children – 1st Degree
- Omar Garrett, on charges of Obstruction of an Officer
- Brandon Delane Spurlin, on charges of Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act
- Jonathan O’Dell, on charges of Sale of Marijuana
- Tanner Paul Morris, on charges of Burglary
- Yuewen Zhang, on charges of Aggravated Assault
- Ann Marie Camp, on charges of Burglary and Terroristic Threats
- Brandon David Jones, on charges of Aggravated Child Molestation
- Stanley Langley, on charges of Aggravated Stalking
- Donald James Jackson, on charges of Criminal Receipt of Services Fraudulently Obtained
- Detavius Harper, on charges of Burglary
- Billy Watson, on charges of Burglary
- Hershel James Spell, on charges of Aggravated Sexual Battery and Child Molestation
- Derrien Quatez Oneal, on charges of Possession of Firearm by Convicted Felon and Obstruction of an Officer
- Herbert Eugene Martin, on charges of Battery (Family Violence Act) and Cruelty to Children — 3rd Degree
- Sophi Chinn, on charges of Aggravated Assault and Battery
- Christopher Michael Butler, on charges of Armed Robbery and Aggravated Assault
- Moses Jeremy Long, on charges of Battery (Family Violence Act) and Cruelty to Children- 3rd Degree
- Corey Lajuan Houston, on charges of Fleeing or attempting to Elude a Police Officer
- Christopher Wade Stanley, on charges of Statutory Rape, Child Molestation and Enticing a Child for Indecent Purposes
- Andre Marcus Spencer, on charges of Obstruction of an Officer
- Robert Eugene Mullins, on charges of Fleeing or attempting to Elude a Police Officer
- James Vincent Gorman, on charges of Battery (Family Violence Act)
- Clinton Allen Jones and Kenneth Charles Jones, on charges of Burglary
- David James Ziruolo, on charges of Aggravated Assault and Simple Battery (Family Violence Act)
- Travis Sharpe and Ulysses Sharpe, on charges of Burglary
- Kevin Dwayne Harris, on charges of Statutory Rape
- Bryan Allan Calabrese, on charges of Child Molestation
- John Burgess, Ricky Boatman, Kinsey Malone, Stephen Gibson and Marvin Lucas, on charges of Trafficking in Methamphetamine.