MOULTRIE, Ga. — A woman accused of stabbing a man on Halloween night was recently indicted by the Colquitt County Grand Jury.
Yukemia Caryell Collier was indicted on charges of aggravated assault and possession of a knife during commission of a felony.
Collier, 45, is accused of stabbing her acquaintance at Moultrie Manor Apartments, 401 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.
The case was one of six incidents of violence for which the grand jury handed down indictments.
• Prentice Eugene Merriweather, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony (3 counts), terroristic threats, burglary in the first degree, armed robbery, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
• Antonio Londard Stewart, aggravated assault (2 counts), criminal damage to property in the first degree, recidivist. Stewart is accused of ramming his car into another vehicle, thereby threatening the lives of the driver and a passenger.
• Nicholas Anno, aggravated battery, aggravated assault, cruelty to children in the third degree (3 counts). Anno is accused of hitting a woman with his fist and a child’s toy, dislocating her jaw. The attack happened in the presence of three children under the age of 18, according to the indictment.
• William Nathan Henderson, aggravated assault (2 counts); terroristic threats (2 counts); exploitation and intimidation of a disabled adult, elder person or resident (2 counts); kidnapping; false imprisonment; hindering an emergency telephone call; battery (family violence); attempted terroristic acts (2 counts). Henderson is accused of threatening two women with a knife, forcing one of them into a washroom and locking her there, and threatening to set fire to the other’s house. One of the women was over the age of 65.
• John Todd Barfield, terroristic threats (4 counts), simple battery.