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Grand jury indicts 31 accused

Thirty-one people involved in 24 cases were indicted by the Screven County Grand Jury July 7.
Additionally, there were two indictments no-billed, meaning the suspected were not indicted on the charges presented.
Jovona Antesha Bostic, who had been charged with aggravated assault (with a motor vehicle), making a false statement, entering an automobile, and criminal trespass.
Richard Elbert Neal, Jr., also was no-billed by the grand jury. He was accused of theft by taking house appliances in April 2013.
Shaporscheah Ivorieal Howard was indicted for her two forgery counts, fleeing or evading police or roadblock, driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol, reckless conduct and reckless driving, along with other traffic-related offenses in May.
Howard is accused of using counterfeit $20 bills to make purchases at Sylvania stores. After using one of her fake bills, she allegedly forgot her wallet in the parking lot, which she later attempted to reclaim. Once the officers at the scene wanted to ask her about the wallet’s contents and the counterfeit bills, Howard led them on a high-speed (over 100 miles-per-hour in some instances) vehicle chase with an eight-month-old infant in the back seat.
Franchavious Lynmos Bonner, Kenneth Bernard Flemming, Jr., Kendrick Romond McBride, and a fifteen-year-old minor were all indicted for their armed robbery, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime charges. The four teens are accused of holding up a convenient store on May 15.
Because of a nearby witness, the four were all caught within one day of committing the crime; two were arrested the same night of the crime and the remaining two were arrested the next day. The teens wore face coverings, with one wearing the infamous “Jason” Halloween mask while wielding two pistols during the robbery.
There were five individuals indicted for varying sex offenses in the Superior Court of Screven County.
Levi David Hardaway was true-billed on his child molestation and sexual battery against a child under 16 charges. Hardaway allegedly molested a child in May and was subsequently arrested after an investigation.
Charles Ray Williams was indicted for aggravated sexual battery, child molestation, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Williams was arrested after an incident in November of last year was reported. He had a firearm on June 6 when he was taken into custody.
Wesley Alfonzo Murphy was indicted on charges of child molestation and aggravated sexual battery. Murphy allegedly committed the act between May of last year and May 2014.
Devaughn Bryant was indicted on one count of statutory rape after engaging in sex with a girl under the age of 16.
A 14-year-old child was indicted by the grand jury for multiple counts of aggravated child molestation and aggravated sodomy. The Sylvania Telephone will not list his name, even though he is listed as an adult for purposes of a grand jury indictment. The case may end up in juvenile court, and the boy may not be charged as an adult.
Other indictments and accusations presented are as follows by case number:
Sandra Renae Wilson -- fraud in obtaining controlled substance and forgery in the first degree.
Keri Lynn Lane -- theft by taking.
Nicholas Calvet Allen -- possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana less than an ounce, possession of drug related objects and criminal trespass.
Latoya Denise Jones -- possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana less than an ounce, and possession of drug related objects.
John Robert Evans -- theft by taking.
James Willie McNeil -- possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Glen Rogers Mock -- burglary in the first degree, theft by taking, and exploitation and intimidation of disabled adult, elder person, or resident.
Larry Lavon Mock -- burglary in the first degree, theft by taking, and exploitation and intimidation of disabled adult, elder person, or resident.
Mandy Michelle Sheley (Howard) -- identity fraud and forgery in the fourth degree.
Robert Curtis Finch -- terroristic threats.
Jimmy Lamart NeSmith -- possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, driving under the influence (less safe, drugs), possession of drug related objects, speeding, open container, and failure to wear seat safety belt.
Darvin Jamar Perry -- three counts of burglary in the first degree.
Curtis Lavon Brown -- possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of drug related objects, driving under the influence, obstruction of an officer, speeding, and open container.
Nathaniel Edwards, Jr. -- escape and aiding another to escape.
Ramone Torrence Wright -- escape and aiding another to escape.
Gerald Conrad Johnson -- terroristic threats.
Jimmy Valdes Taylor – (accusation) possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana less than an ounce.
Frank Servante Griffin – (accusation) possession of a controlled substance and drugs not in original container.
Jason Stephen Hill, Jr. -- possession of a controlled substance and drugs not in original container.
Axavius Lorenzo Roundtree -- possession of a controlled substance and drugs not in original container.
Lavarius O’Brian Watson – (accusation) theft by taking.
Lee Arthur Hunter, III – (accusation) possession of cocaine and possession of marijuana less than an ounce.
Accusations are not presented to the grand jury but are still filed and prosecuted by the district attorney. Accusations generally involve lesser crimes, such as drug offenses.